Pub of the Week: The Queens Head

Posted: 05 November 2013

Blog category: Pub of the Week

Boughton-under-Blean, near Faversham is home to our spectacular pub of the week, The Queens Head.

This charming and stylish country pub was built in 1950 and is situated half way between Canterbury and Faversham, just off of the A2.The ub boasts the best of both worlds, in the winter visitors can relax in the lounge bar area by the roaring open fire, and in the summer, patrons can enjoy the pubs sun soaked veranda overlooking the beautiful gardens, and of course there’s award winning Shepherd Neame traditional ales and wines all year round!

The Queens Head always serves a wide selection of delicious bar snacks and hearty meals, all freshly prepared on site, with a menu of great value favourites and an ever updating specials board. The Queens Head prides itself for being a “pub restaurant” in the best sense of both words. It boasts a warm, friendly pub atmosphere with a comprehensive range of ales and wines from around the world, but with the top quality food and service expected from a restaurant.

Many of the ingredients used in the pubs food come from its own 30 acre farm and the food is so good that the pub won our “Pub Food of the Year” award last year! The farm rears pedigree Romney Sheep, Boer goats and Dexter Cattle, has a host of chickens and a group of 18 alpacas. All the farms livestock are well looked after and of course, free range. If it doesn’t come from The Queens Heads farm, it’s sourced as locally as possible, to ensure the highest quality ingredients as fresh as possible.

Whether you’re looking for a pub for a special occasion, a family get together, a great value night out when you don’t feel like cooking or just a drink with friends, The Queens Head is the perfect place.

The Queens Head is a family pub, meaning everyone’s always welcome, including young children and dogs. The pub proudly provides baby change facilities, highchairs, water bowls and dog biscuits for customers. 

For more information and bookings, you can get in touch with The Queens Head via email of their website