Queen's HeadParsonage Lane
Built in 1632 as two dwellings, the Queen’s Head has been a pub since 1831 and in the GBG for over 30 years. It has open fires and a beer garden with fantastic views over the Brede Valley. Three changing ales and two ciders supplement three regular beers. Excellent, good-value home-made food is served daily. There are live music on Sunday afternoons and regular quizzes on Wednesdays (ring for dates). Occasional mini-beer festivals with live music over bank holiday weekends.