A charming traditional country pub in Pamber End
Situated on the A340 just outside Basingstoke in Pamber End, The Queen’s College arms simply oozes traditional character and charm. Originally leased by Hall & Woodhouse from Queen’s College Oxford in 1965, the pub is now a thriving pub restaurant serving the local communities in and around Basingstoke and Reading. Indeed Tim Berners-Lee, former Queen’s College student and inventor of the World Wide Web, says his favourite pint is our very own Tangle Foot.
The pub boasts an impressive, traditional, wood panelled dining room offering table service, together with more informal dining areas and a comfy bar, for those guests with less time on their hands. In addition, our outside terrace and gardens (including an extensive children’s play area), seat over 150 guests and are ideal for those spring and summer days and long evenings.
Monday - Saturday: 11:30am - 11.00pm
Sunday: 12 noon - 10.00pm
“I love everything that’s old, old friends, old times, old manners, old books and old wines”
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We think our famous roasts are among the best (apart from Mum’s!). Freshly prepared every Sunday morning, featuring our 28- day aged West Country beef and all served with seasonal veg, Yorkshires, roasties and homemade gravy, we know you won’t be disappointed.Find out more
Colourful Coffee & Cake
We’re open from 11.30am Monday to Saturday and 12 noon on Sunday for coffee and cake and we’d like to share our wonderful Colourful Coffee offer with you, ideal for that perfect late morning or afternoon catch up or gathering.Find out more