Originally a wheelwright’s cottage probably servicing the huge amount of local quarrying that was going on at the time, it was converted into a pub in the middle of the 19th century, no dount to serve the local farming and quarrying labourers, through a some sensitive evolution it has stood the test of time. Unlike two of it’s rivals, at one time, the Queen’s Head was one of three pubs in the Glanwydden, it is the only one that remains as a pub today. Having been through numerous and varied ownership in its time, it’s now under the careful stewardship of ourselves which we hope will write the next chapter in its history. Read more about the history of the Queen’s Head HERE.
Our suntrap terrace offers a colourful and tranquil seating area to enjoy our lovely summer months, the terrace wraps around the pub so there is always a spot in the sun.
Our pub has WIFI throughout.
We have a private car park at the pub with ample parking and disabled spaces.
We have a ramp to access the pub and a large easy access disabled toilet.
We appreciate that we have many customer who like to go to the pub with their dog and therefore now that we have more room we allow dogs in our “snug”. We ask that they are kept on a lead and under control at all times. They are also allowed outside on our terrace. If you can’t see a water bowl then please just ask and we will happily get you one.