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Erwarton Queen's Head


opened 17th cent

closed September 2009

The Street, IP9 1LN

grid reference TM 215 345

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listed building grade II

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Erwarton is part of the Arwarton parish

CAMRA Ipswich & East Suffolk branch.

last updated 25/08/2015

The precise status of this pub is currently uncertain. When visited in August 2015, it looked as if it might have been converted into residential use (it was certainly occupied), but as some signage is still up, it's difficult to work out if it's trading as a pub or not. If you have any information, please contact Tony Green.

Attractive two bar pub with splendid views of the Stour estuary which was popular with local ramblers.

There were many exposed beams and woodwork in both bars especially the split level lounge/restaurant area which also had low ceilings and led into the separate conservatory area. Some interesting local pictures could also be seen.

Closed since 2009, this pub was purchased in November 2010 and was allegedly re-opening when renovation work was completed, with the addition of a café and art gallery. For some years the place was obviously being looked-after.

(Most pub, location & historic details collated by Nigel, Tony or Keith - original sources are credited)

(some old PO directory information courtesy of londonpublichouse.com)