The public house benefits from a picturesque location close to Fisher’s Pond, on the corner of Portsmouth Road and Winchester Road.
The Queen’s Head is a detached property arranged over first and second floors. The building is of predominantly brick construction with the uppers being of stone construction. The roof is pitched with clay tiles. There is also a single storey extension to the north of the site of brick and stone construction with a slate roof and a single storey extension to the front providing conservatory seating. By the main entrance is an external seating area with 54 covers and a children’s play area. To the front of the site closest the road is a trade garden with approximately 120 covers across loose benches. The car park is at the entrance and rear of the site and provides approximately 60 spaces.
A substantial public house in picturesque semi-rural locationChris Bickle