It's with a very happy heart that we can once again welcome customers back to the pub, we have really missed the buzz and the atmosphere about the place.
Whilst it may just be outside and under the ‘rule of 6’ for now, and it may involve coats and warm jumpers, the odd umbrella and the dodging of a brief April shower, it does however, mean we are once again able to enjoy a proper pint of beer, a glass of something cold and crisp on the patio, some delicious food and tempting nibbles. But most importantly, it means we can all see each other once again, not on a screen, not through a window or other side of the road but across a table from one another, at a pub, enjoying a drink and each other’s company, one of the simplest and greatest pleasures in life.
Outside drinking and dining - Rule of 6 - We are able to accept groups of up to 6 people from mixed households (not including children under 11). If from one household then larger groups allowed.
Inside drinking and dining (as of Monday 17th of May) - Rule of 4 - We are able to accept bookings and groups of up to 4 people from mixed households (not including children under 11). If from one household then larger groups allowed.
As we will be reliant on the rather unreliable British weather, taking bookings for outdoor tables presents some challenges. So, we have a limited number of covered outdoor tables which we will take reservations for by phone 01492 546 570. Unfortunately many of our tables are open to the elements and so these will only be made available on a first come first served basis, so if it does tip it down, we’re not having to disappoint people by cancelling that table. Each and every one of us must now do our bit for the pubs of Great Britain and keep our fingers and toes crossed for a Spring like last year, so we can celebrate the reopening of society in true British style…….at the pub, drink in hand, in the sunshine.
We are open daily serving at the following times:
Food: 12pm - 8pm
Drinks: 12pm - 10pm
Now that dates have been announced for opening up inside the pub we are able to take bookings indoors from Monday 17th of May online.
We can’t wait to welcome you and your friends & family back to the pub, see you soon.
Andy and the team
JOINING US FOR A DRINK OR BITE TO EAT? If you would like to dine with us then just come along or you can book a table by phone 01492 546 570, or if you are coming along for a drink or two then just pop down and grab a table that’s free.
Our diners and drinkers can rest assured that we are doing everything we can to create a safe and enjoyable environment for all. In keeping with government guidance we have put some extra measures in place, please click here to find out more along with some helpful FAQs that should answer any questions you may have.
The Queen's Head is something of a hidden gem nestled in the charming village of Glanwydden, just outside Llandudno and Penrhyn Bay. Following a recent refurbishment the pub still maintains its quintessential feeling as a Welsh village pub with its low beamed ceilings, lots of wood, crackling log fires in the winter, profusions of colour in the gardens in summer and the warmest of welcomes at all times of the year. We just have given the girl some more space by adding a bright garden room and a new state of the art kitchen for our talented team of chefs to be even more creative in.
Our bar is stocked with a good range of cask ales, some local and some from further afield, a well-balanced list of quality wines and an extensive range of quality malts and gins. The oldest part of the pub houses our snug which is popular with our locals, popping in for a swift half or G&T in the sun. Whilst our light and airy dining room is a lovely corner for a bite to eat. Our terrace and gardens are an ideal spot in the ever too brief warmer weather, whilst out there you might even spot our local flock of ducks which often pass by the pub for their daily dip in the stream.
Our menu changes on a regular basis and is written and designed by our team of creative chefs, all of whom have a passion for quality, fresh, local produce. The menu is a mix of classic British dishes and also some more interesting modern dishes with an international influence.
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