The Queens Head Bramfield

A stunningly refurbished 16th century listed country pub, where kids, dogs and muddy boots are all welcome.

The Queens head, Bramfield, offers all day opening hours, seasonal menus using local produce wherever possible, and an extensive wine and gin list. The freehouse likes to support breweries in and around East Anglia (just as well as Suffolk produces some of the best ales in the country!) and boast an ever changing, but always interesting, selection of real ales. It’s easy to feel right at home in this historic public house with its light, bright feel and friendly, warm staff.

This astounding Grade II listed building was purchased from Adnams Brewery by a private buyer in 2016, and has been lovingly restored to showcase its beautiful original beams, large open fireplaces and elegant vaulted ceilings.

There is a regularly changing fresh food menu with daily specials. The Queen’s Head is well known for a good selection of gluten-free dishes and they offer a great choice for coeliacs, along with vegetarian and vegan dishes.

In more normal times, there is always something going on at The Queen’s Head at Bramfield, from themed food events to pub quizzes, live music to pudding nights, Shakespeare performances in the gardens to beer festivals.

Bramfield itself is a fascinating little village, and is home to the only church in Suffolk with a detached bell tower. Local historian June Brereton gives a wonderful insight into the history of the village and pub, which can you read here.

One of the jewels in the crown of the pub has to be the stunning gardens – a beautiful place to sit and enjoy the colourful and well-structured borders, alongside the vista of the church and bell tower.

Dogs kept on a lead are most welcome here, with both the main bar and Long bar being available to dine with your four legged friends. Complimentary Bonios are always behind the bar, along with water bowls.

Not a dog fan? No problem – simply request your table in the snug, their pretty restaurant area.

The Queen’s Head at Bramfield

The Street | Bramfield | Suffolk | IP19 9HT

Tel: 01986 784214

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