They are located in the beautiful village of East Garston, in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Located just 3 miles from junction 14 of the M4 – halfway between London and Bristol – and within an hour’s drive of a number of historic locations, including Highclere Castle, Blenheim Palace, Stonehenge as well as a selection quintessential towns such as Hungerford, Marlborough & Oxford. This area is also known as The Valley of the Racehorse for the racing lovers out there!
The food is fresh, seasonal and delicious. Whether looking for an intimate table of two, a family outing or private dining, The Queens Arms has it all. On arrival you will discover a large friendly bar that leads into the newly refurbished restaurant & garden room. They also have a terrace and large garden, equipment with a wood fire pizza oven.
We’re very proud of our menu and Head Chef. Our menu’s are varied, seasonal and we always look to use local produce where possible.
Lunch and Dinner can be enjoyed in our restaurant, bar, garden room or outside on the terrace. Each are totally unique and a different table offers a different experience. We also have a traditional Sunday lunch menu, loaded with delicious roasts and desserts, and a Pizza menu – cooked straight from the wood-fired oven.
Their menus are suitable for all diners with vegetarian, vegan and gluten free dishes available.
Leading out from the restaurant and looking over the garden, this light and airy section of The Queens Arms is very popular with diners. Away from the hub of the bar, this tranquil area features tables of 2+, bench seating and has its own TV screen.
The large garden area features a terrace and play area. The terrace is ideal for dining and socialising with easy access to our wood fired pizza oven and outdoor bar. The bottom end of the garden is used as a play area for the children – the football goal is a great place to lose them for some hours!
Whether young or old, this is the perfect place to enjoy the sunshine and relax.
- The Queen's Arms