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Queen's Head

The Street
East Clandon
GU4 7RY
Emailku.oc.nodnalctsaedaehsneeuq@sgnikoob Telephone(01483) 222332
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Opening times: 11.30-3, 5-11 Mon-Thu; 11.30-11 Fri & Sat; 11.30-9 Sun

Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic this pub is currently offering additional services:

Reopening 4th July From the Red Mist Leisure website: Pre-booking is essential for food or even just a drink, so to avoid disappointment for both indoor and outdoor reservations please book a table via: http://www.queensheadeastclandon.co.uk/ (a £10 deposit* per person applies to inside reservations). All outdoor reservations are weather permitting only. Should you arrive and the weather not be great, we cannot guarantee indoor seating will be available. All reservations will adhere to a strict 2-hour time slot for you to enjoy your meal, plus a 30 minute window for our team to clean down, disinfect and re-set for the next seating. In addition to the home delivery service utilising local suppliers, offered by all Red Mist pubs, the Queen's Head is also offering a food delivery and take away service. Call 01483 222332 to pre-order your takeaway on the day, between 12-5pm Wednesday to Saturday and 10am - 4pm Sunday Takeaways can be collected from the pub from 5 - 9pm Wednesday to Saturday and from 12 - 4.30pm on Sunday. The list of grocery products available is on the Red Mist Website. Order by emailing info@redmistleisure.co.uk (3rd June 2020)
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Regular beers: Surrey Hills Shere Drop, Tilford Red Mist

See more about this pub on WhatPub, CAMRA's national pub guide.

17th century pub with an attractive red half-brick and timber frontage, just north of the A246 between Guildford and Leatherhead and conveniently situated for Hatchlands and Clandon Park National Trust properties. Whilst drinkers are always welcome, the focus is very much on food, with a single high table opposite the main bar available for drinkers at busy times. The pub retains a mulit-roomed layout on different levels, with a large wood-burning stove in the main bar and log fires in other rooms. It has been decorated in a contemporary design, with photographs of East Clandon on the walls throughout. Outside is a large terrace, which acts as a un trap and hence is very popular in the Summer months. The food has a good reputation with particular emphasis on the use of local ingredients.