Amazing food from the dinner menu, grouse and venison followed by sticky toffee pudding and apple crumble. So good we walked back the next day for a Sunday roast! Great service too!
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We stayed at the Queens for a short walking break based upon calling in for some lunch whilst out walking earlier in the year. Our room was fairly basic, but the bed was very comfy will great duvet which was welcome at the time of...More
We stayed for a family get together, staying for two nights, occupied all the bedrooms. Cosy beds, though rooms a little cramped and decor a little shabby, but dogs allowed, warm and friendly people, log fires, very old building, just about managing to stay in...More
Went for a meal in the evening. Good friendly atmosphere. Food was good with a varied selection although after a long walk choose carefully if you want to get filled up! The dogs were welcomed. Check opening times. Can be popular as the number of...More
We were staying at a cottage down the road with some friends and chose this lovely pub for the night before we tackled the 3 peaks. The food was simply delicious! Not overly complicated, just simple but excellent food. The atmosphere was great as well...More
Another great stay. Hospitality from Steven and all the staff who work so hard Little touches like homemade cookies fresh milk and even port in room. Lovely clean rooms and comfy beds with fresh crisp linen. Really recommend this country home from home stay pub....More
My mum and I came here for dinner as we were staying at the B and B across the road. The food was lovely and the staff were very friendly. The pub is very cosy and has a good atmosphere.
On a very wet day, we and friends descended on The Queens Arms for lunch rather bedraggled and in need of a drink and food. We were warmly greeted by John, who we subsequently found out on our second visit, when he wasn't there, that...More