The Queens Head is located at 17 Queen St, Eynsham, Witney OX29 4HH, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with The Queens Head and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Danny K Gould

5 Google Rating

Great staff and nice atmosphere. Always very clean and tidy which is great. My favourite local pub!

5/ 5

Great staff and nice atmosphere. Always very clean and tidy which is great. My favourite local pub!

Tom Higgs

5 Google Rating

Great pub with great vibe. Good beers good food. My place to go after a busy evening!

5/ 5

Great pub with great vibe. Good beers good food. My place to go after a busy evening!

Alan Hayward

3 Google Rating

Used to be my local still a good pub in a village of quite a few. One of the few villages you can st

3/ 5

Used to be my local still a good pub in a village of quite a few. One of the few villages you can still have a good pub crawl.

Candice Stevenson

5 Google Rating

Staff are amazing, gin selection is fantastic, the pub dog is my new best friend, and the pizza is S

5/ 5

Staff are amazing, gin selection is fantastic, the pub dog is my new best friend, and the pizza is SO DELICIOUS. If you're a fan of Peaky Blinders, then this is a must-do.

benjamin markwell

5 Google Rating

Cute family pub, brilliant food, quickly prepared (even while the pub was busy) cooked in various sp

5/ 5

Cute family pub, brilliant food, quickly prepared (even while the pub was busy) cooked in various specialist ways (authentic Jamaican dishes, outdoor pizza oven) competent informative and friendly staff. People and dogs are made to feel very welcome and "Django" the resident pooch, kept us entertained. Must check this little pub out ^_^

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  • Sunday12:00 PM - 12:00 AM
  • Monday05:30 PM - 11:00 PM
  • Tuesday05:30 PM - 11:00 PM
  • Wednesday05:30 PM - 11:00 PM
  • Thursday05:30 PM - 11:00 PM
  • Saturday12:00 PM - 12:00 AM

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