Built in 1590, the Queen’s Head is a charming and stylish pub in the picturesque village of Boughton, with a warm atmosphere and excellent food and ale.
Visitors can relax in the lounge by an open fire, enjoy a meal in the comfortable restaurant or soak up the sun on the veranda looking out over the pleasant garden.
The Queen’s Head serves a delicious selection of freshly-prepared bar snacks, cooked dishes, with a blackboard of daily specials, as well as traditional cask ales, distinctive international lagers and a good choice of wine from independent producers around the world.
The pub is at the heart of local life, with the WI, parish council and school governors using it for meetings. The pub sponsors village football and cricket teams and bat and trap is played in the garden during the summer, while customers enjoy quiz nights, darts and board games all year round.