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Food & Drink Directory


Delicious home cooked food and a great pint!


EVERYONE'S FAVOURITE LOCAL Welcome to The Queens Arms, a friendly and thriving free house situated in the


heart of the picturesque South Devon village of Slapton, that can be enjoyed by anyone who likes good food, beer and wine in a relaxed atmosphere in a fantastic location.


We specialise in providing a wide range of exceptionally good value home-cooked meals (including vegetarian options) as well as a wine list to suit most tastes. Our regular beers include real ales from local South West breweries and we are CAMRA listed.


The Queens Arms takes pride in being a real Devon Village pub and is one of the focal points of Slapton.


HEARTY &


HOMECOOKED Wide-ranging menu


catering for all tastes - specials board reflecting tastes of the season.


THE FINEST ALES Selection of real ales,


from breweries such as Dartmoor and Otter. Plus a tasty range of lagers, wines and soft drinks.


For more information please contact Sandra and Kevin on


page 26


CLOSE TO THE BEACH


The Queens Arms is the perfect place to visit


pre, post or even mid walk. WELL BEHAVED DOGS ON LEADS AND CHILDREN WELCOME. 01548 580800


www.queensarmsslapton.co.uk • The Queens Arms Slapton, Kingsbridge TQ7 2PN When responding to this advertisement please mention this guide


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