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The Queen's Arms

The Queen's Arms Pub, based on the Somerset/Dorset border uses the best of local ingredients. Surrounded by some incredible produce such as Montgomery cheddar, and cider pressed in the village, there is much to celebrate.

Named in honour of Queen Sophia Dorothea the wife of George I, the Queen’s Arms has been serving cider since 1851 when the then landlord, Uriah Parsons, accepted local apples as payment and stored them in the cellar which he then used to brew his own cider and sold at the bar. Today, the pub is a great start or end point for those looking for a country walk with sensational views from the ridge or Cadbury C.astle.

What's happening?

A 30-Mile Feast, a Tasting or Other?

A tasting

Enjoy our special Somerset Food Trail menu celebrating the best of local, with a focus on local cheeses paired with local ciders! Open daily.

More details

The Queen's Arms

We will be featuring a special Somerset Food Trail dishes on our menu celebrating the best of local. Our focus this year will be cheese using Montgomery Cheddar, Chapel Cross (both on our doorstep) and Westcombe Cheddar and Bath Blue. Expect a cheese tasting board as well as options such a Montgomery rarebit, paired with Lawrence's or Burrow Hill Cider from the village. Menu to be confirmed nearer the time.


Daily throughout the Festival, including Sundays

Any more information?

We are open 11am until 11pm daily. Lunch is served from 12.00 - 3pm and Supper 6.30 - 9.30pm


Booking required for some or all of your events, even if free?


Is there a charge for some events, even if others are free?


Any special directions?


How to book



The Queen's Arms

Corton Denham




01963 220317

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