Tuesday 01-Sep-2015: A Warm Welcome to you


Current News and Events


Mon 24-Aug:  We're looking for a part-time chef to join the team. 
Mon 24-Aug:  Please call Stewart on 01986 784214 for details. 

Tue 15-Sep:  Curry Night and Open Mic Night with Near Enough 
Sun 13-Sep:  Sunday Night Jazz Club. Food not available 
Fri 04-Sep:  Music Night with The John Ward Band 
Tue 25-Aug:  Autumn Opening Times commence today 


If you need a room for a private function (maximum of 20 people) we have one for you.
Picture dated April-2013


The Queen's Head, Bramfield is an award winning dining pub close to the beautiful Suffolk Heritage Coast and the popular seaside towns and villages of Southwold, Aldeburgh, Dunwich and Walberswick.

Located only 15 minutes from the historic town of Southwold, the Queen's Head, a Grade II Listed buildng, has stood in one form or another at the centre of the small village of Bramfield since at least the mid 16th century. Once known as "Skeltons" the traditional pub has evolved into a fine dining pub complete with scrubbed pine tables, exposed beams, huge fireplaces, a bar with vaulted ceiling and, above all, friendly service and great food.


Tucked away behind the pub is a beautiful garden with paved patio. It's an ideal location for al fresco dining and drinking with an abundance of bench seating and lots of space for the children to play. Overlooking the garden is the village church with its thatched roof and unusual separate round bell tower.



The Queen's Head is delighted to have retained its entries in the major guidebooks, all of which are independent, accept no payment for inclusion and are based on anonymous inspections and readers reports. It's a tremendous accolade to be included in them on a regular basis.

   • 2015 Good Pub Guide
   • 2010 Hardens Restaurant Guide
   • 2015 AA Pub Guide




Here's just a selection of the comments about us in those guidebooks:-

The drinks are exemplary

Universally hailed as a charming place where the food is imaginative and wholesome

Eclectic menu uses locally sourced food and organic farm produce 

Carefully sought out naturally-reared local produce, right down to the milk and cream


At a glance, what we offer is as follows :-

  • Roast Sunday lunch available throughout the year
  • Tuesday Night is Curry Night, 'all-in' price of £10 includes drink
  • Smaller portions of main courses are, where possible, available for children and adults alike
  • Table reservations are advisable, especially at weekends
  • Free Wi-Fi available for customers
  • Private dining and meeting room available with TV, maximum 20 people
  • Open on Christmas Day
  • An interesting Wine List featuring 28 wines with 15 available by the glass
  • Real Ale from Adnams: Southwold Bitter , Ghost Ship and Broadside currently available
  • Aspall Draught Suffolk Cyder, Carlsberg, Amstel and San Miguel are served on tap
  • Giggler Cider, made in Bramfield, available in bottles
  • Draught Guinness available, courtesy of the Magic Surger
  • All major credit cards (except American Express) accepted
  • Well-behaved dogs are welcome
  • Occasional Wine Tasting, Music and Theatre nights. Check What's On for details


Our normal hours of business from Monday, 31-Aug-2015 are as follows (exceptions recorded here) :-

Day

Bar open

Meals served

Monday

Closed Monday lunchtime
6.00pm to 9.00pm

Closed Monday lunchtime
Food not available

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday

12.00noon to 2.30pm
6.00pm to 10.30pm

12.00noon to 2.00pm
6.30pm to 9.00pm

Friday

12.00noon to 2.30pm
6.00pm to 11.00pm

12.00noon to 2.00pm
6.30pm to 9.00pm

Saturday

12.00noon to 2.30pm
6.00pm to 11.00pm

12.00noon to 2.00pm
6.30pm to 9.30pm

Sunday

12.00noon to 4.00pm
Closed Sunday evening
  * Except Music Nights

12.30pm to 3.00pm
Closed Sunday evening
  * Except Music Nights