The Old Queens Head

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  • On the border between Penn and Tyler’s Green, The Old Queens Head is a proper pub serving proper British grub. Very much a pub for the locals, not only has the site retained many of the buildings original features, from the two-level raftered dining area with exposed beams (which date back to 1666) to its open fireplace and flagstone floor but that good old-fashioned value of hospitality.

    Led by its longstanding GM Tina, its dedicated team of staff are well known for their commitment to serving up that first-rate customer-centric experience, along with top-notch, seasonal dishes that everyone can enjoy.

    Upon request, they have separate gluten & dairy free menus and encourage children to explore their taste buds by offering smaller portions of many of the dishes on the main menu.

    CRACKING GOOD PUBS IN BEDFORDSHIRE & BUCKS
    Little Gems are a small, intimate, independent group with a collection of five pubs situated in the heart of Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire. Far from the cookie-cutter corporate style of our bigger competitors, our little gems each boast their own unique personalities and style but are united by common goals. We are all about serving up quality, seasonal, fuss-free food, keeping our bars stocked with well-kept cask ales, gins, spirits, extensive yet carefully crafted wine lists featuring over 30 wines by the glass and providing that welcoming, informal and familial atmosphere.

    We pride ourselves on being everyone’s local. Little Gems are a home from home where our customers and locals can eat, drink, sit back and thoroughly enjoy the experience.
    We even have treats for your pooch #dogfriendlypubs

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