I often visit The Queen's arms because of it's picturesque location, excellent beer, and very good (reasonably priced too) food. My visits have all been for Lunch rather than Dinner.
The pub is situated in the lovely little village of Slapton. Driving can be a challenge (very tight turns with no lines of sight around them). At peak times the car park fills quickly so it's wise to arrive early or be prepared to use the innovative Park and Walk at the entrance to Slapton.
The Pub itself conforms to the CAMRA ideal, no Juke Box, no slot machines, etc. Great craic and a good mix of people, both local regulars and visitors to Slapton.
The menu is likely to have something to please everyone, Sunday Dinners are good (but you would be wise to book).
If the weather is fair, the Pub has an excellent, sheltered Garden which overlooks the Church. It's worth a visit just to sit in the garden, which is well maintained, and built in many levels in what appears to be the shells of old buildings - hard to describe needs a first hand look.
The bar is low ceiling, cozy, with lots of the sort of decor that you'd expect of a trad English pub, black beams, an open fire, horse brasses, etc. Also of note are the memorabilia from WWII; when the area was evacuated so that US Troops could use Start Bay and the surrounding countryside to rehearse their D Day landings.
This is one of those rare establishments that keep you coming back, I always look forward to an excuse to visit.
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