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The Queens Head, Little Marlow - pub details

Address: Pound Lane, Little Marlow, Buckinghamshire, SL7 3SR [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 38445) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Bourne End (1.5 miles), Marlow (1.5 miles), Cookham (2.1 miles)

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Having just visited a modern craft beer bar in the centre of High Wycombe called Heidrun (not listed on BITE), the Queen's Head could not have been more different. This pub is tucked away at the end of a lane in an idyllic location next to a very old church. The interior has clearly been refurbished somewhat and the focus in on dining. Nevertheless, there is a small drinking area near the bar. The 2 regular real ales are Fuller's London Pride & Rebellion IPA. The guest was rather unadventurous - Sharp's Doom Bar.
blue_scrumpy - 31 Dec 2019 19:59
Back to the Queen’s Head (I have inserted an apostrophe here) after a gap of nearly eight years. Its décor has changed to the extent that it is now unambiguously an establishment in which to eat, with a clearly defined separate restaurant area. However, there is still a small and cosy bar area, which has a cosy fire.

There were three draught beers on offer, and a varied light and main lunch menu; the food is not cheap, but my fish and chips was plenty and delicious.

As the King’s Head a couple of hundred yards away has been closed for some time I booked assuming it would be busy, but that turned out to have been unnecessary.

There is pleasant outside seating too.

Given its quiet, rural location, friendly and efficient staff, good range of food and drink it was a happy return; I recommend it.

pubsampler - 15 Jan 2018 16:30
Agree with other posters that the accent here is clearly on food. You can pop in for a beer but there isn't really much room which isn't allocated to eating. Three draught beers on, two from Fuller's and a seasonal from Marston's so nothing local - all OK but rather unimaginative. Food was good if not cheap, but service was perhaps a little frosty.
Campanologist - 25 Aug 2011 23:40
Popped in one night after work for a swift half on a nice summers day. Tucked away down the bottom of the lane it's a nice little spot. I'm sure the Kings Head at the top of the road takes all the passing trade so unless you know this pub exists you'd never find it!

Didn't stay long enough to try the food but looking at the menu it had a good selection if a little pricey. The dining area inside the pub looked very nice. Beer range had 2 handpumps with a guest ale from UBU called Mad Goose. I'd recommend a visit even just to sit in the garden and have a quiet pint.
Beer_Spotter - 20 Jun 2010 18:24

I was here on 11 March for lunch. I find this review slightly difficult: the pub is quite spacious with three different seating areas; its location and exterior are attractive; the service was perfectly adequate, and there were three conventional draft beers available. However- somehow it lacked atmosphere. Maybe this is because it was a mid week lunchtime (but quite busy), but I came away feeling that this was essentially set up for diners rather than a beer drinker. This was amplified by the fact that I had explained I was waiting for a friend to arrive an so sat down with my pint, but I could see that the waitresses were hovering and hoping I was going to order food sooner rather than later- and this was only shortly after midday.

Although I have the above reservations, this place is worth a visit.
pubsampler - 12 Mar 2010 21:36

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