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Queen's Head Hotel

Queen's Head Hotel Review

An unpretentious 17th-century inn in the pretty little village of Troutbeck, the Queen's Head serves innovative pub food all through the day. Dishes may include free-range duck with cashews and watermelon or fish-and-chips made with a vodka batter. It's also noted for real ales served from what was once an Elizabethan four-poster bed. The intimate dining rooms have oak beams, flagged floors, and log fires. Lunches can be less hearty than the excellent evening meals. If you want to stay overnight, the 15 guest rooms have splendid views.

Updated: 06-24-2013

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