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Queens Arms, Market Harborough - pub details

Address: Main Street, Sutton Bassett, Market Harborough, Leicestershire, LE16 8HP [map] [gmap]

Nearest train station Market Harborough (2.7 miles)

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other pubs nearby:

Old Red Lion, Welham (1.4 miles), George Inn, Ashley (1.5 miles)

user reviews of Queens Arms, Market Harborough

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Visited as part of the Welland Valley Beer Festival, so difficult to know what it is like normally, but a place that seemed a good place to drink.
The pub is set in a village location, and the two bar areas were serving a good selection of real ales, including some straight from the barrel sat on the bar.
Outside was a marquee selling more ale in their beer garden which has a great view over open countryside.
Nice pub which must be worth a visit should you be in the area.

SouthYorkshireman - 12 Jun 2013 23:20
A pub that nearly died, the Queen's Arms is now owned by its regulars who upon hearing that it was to close, bought it and did a complete refurb in 2002.

Now a thriving, popular local village pub again, the Queen's Arms also offers a good selection of tempting high quality food in generous portions. My garlic mushrooms were delicious and my fillet steak very good indeed. Served with a good selection of fresh veg. Others in the party tried other fishy and chickeny dishes which were all enjoyed apart from the rump steak which was a little heavy going.

We enjoyed several fine pints of Tim Taylor's Landlord and had a couple of decent bottles of house wine with the meal at a reasonable 12.50 a pop.

Apart from the rather chewy rump, the only other complaint was that on the night we visited, we were unable to talk to each other during the meal due to a rather loud duo who were playing in the dining area.
keystone - 6 Apr 2010 22:10

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