Queens Head, Barns Green
Telephone: 01403 730436
Queens Head Classic Car Meet - BH Sat, 25th August, 2018
Tenant / Lessee:
Landlord: Rebecca (Becks)
Real Ale: Yes - Hall and Woodhouse, but Harvey's Sussex and Fullers London Pride usually on offer
Real Cider / Perry: No
Free House: No, but guest ales permitted
Website: Yes www.thequeensheadbarnsgreen.co.uk
Free Wifi: Yes, but not always working
Child friendly: Yes - three rabbits in enclosure
Dog friendly: Yes - owners have two springers
Car Parking: Yes - car park and also off road in front of pub
Disabled access: Yes - via front and back doors
Attractive paved area in front of the pub with picnic tables.
An anattractive feature is taht he names of customers past and present have been carved into local stone.
Pretty back garden with picnic tables, rabbit run, Children's play area dining area, restaurant menu, bar snacks.
Most people are not going to get a mobile phone signal. You might view this as a good thing?
The Queens Head is a delighful, pretty smallish pub in a particulay quiet and peaceful village setting.
The Queens Head is a delightful, cosy, family run village pub & garden. With family in mind we welcome everyone with a smile and the taste of true Sussex. We are located in the quintessential English Village of Barns Green just 2 Miles from Horsham.
We take great pride in serving our guests with a selection of handpicked local ales and source as many of our ingredients for our menu from local farmers, butchers, bakers, fruit growers and even wine makers! Everyone is welcome at The Queens Head be it for a coffee, a pint, glass of wine, bite to eat, meeting friends for lunch or celebrating a special occasion.
So, next time you’re passing, pop in and see us, we’d love to see you!
History: Yes / No (and if ‘yes’ please send a separate email that we can link to)
The Queens Head has 'sister': The Three Crowns Inn at Wisborough Green, and the Half Moon Pub at Kirdford.
Previously known as the Bricklayer's Arms in 1844.
The name was changed in 1852 to the Queens Head.
Originally it was a timberframed building in the 17th century and then cased in brick in the 19th century. No other inn was known of in Barns Green.
Previously Interbrew (Laurel)
The handpumps have been increased to four