Excellent beer and steak pie to die for. Really enjoyed our meal and would definitely go back. The sort of places you have to keep going back to to try everything on the menu !
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Massive compliments to the chef. Not a bad word to say about the food. The best sunday dinner i've had in a long while. Portions are plentiful but i was not letting it defeat me, it was too good to leave. Between the 5 of...More
On the way home after a few days away and we literally drifted upon this little gem. A good old fashioned pub with truly home made food. I have steak and ale pie, chips and peas - the pie was great homemade pastry, extremely well...More
We really loved the little Hamlet where the Queen's Head Inn is located as well as the Inn itself, and of course Louise who runs a tight ship on every account. But our bedroom was really in need of refurbishment - I wont list things,...More
Lovely country pub serving wonderful food. it had a great atmosphere, the staff were very friendly and efficient. We couldn't have asked for a nicer place to eat.
Referred by our accomodation we cam down to the Queen Heads after a long drive and a bit of drama...We were late getting there as we'd had to walk but Lou switched back on the cokker and served us up a fantastic Steak & Ale...More
We were on a short break to Harrogate and decided to eat here as it was near to where we were staying. Quaint pub with cheery staff. Usual menu with an added specials board. I chose chicken breast in white wine and tarragon sauce, a...More
At first, being sat at a table for two between two larger parties, we anticipated being unable to chat as rather loud man dominated from one party, luckily they left and we then had a very pleasant meal and evening.
If you are visiting Harrogate, Skipton, or just driving along A59, definitely wet your whiskers at the Queen's Head. It is a quintessential countryside pub. They serve local (and famous) beers from Masham. I recommend Theakstons Old Peculiar. Their steak and ale pies are huge...More
Food so good, the steak pie yummy, served with chips and peas. So filling very generous portions. We went back the next night and had the gammon, again all super.