The Queens Head is a traditional two and three storey detached country pub, of rendered elevations beneath a pitched tiled roof, with a single storey flat roof extension to the side. The accommodation briefly comprises an entrance hall providing access to Main Bar, with central timber bar servery, loose and fixed furnishings, feature open fireplace with exposed stone surround, private dining room with approximately 15 covers and feature red brick fireplace. Games Room, with tiled flooring, small bar servery and space for pool table, darts throw and an open coal fireplace. The pub also benefits from Ladies & Gents W.C.s, a commercial kitchen and beer cellar.
The private accommodation is situated over the first floor and briefly comprises three bedrooms, lounge, kitchen and bathroom. The loft has also previously been used as additional bedrooms although that area has not been occupied for some time and would require refurbishment.
To exterior the pub has a delightful stone paved patio area to the rear, overlooking Wych Brook. The area is covered and provides external seating for c. 36. Adjacent is a lawned beer garden providing additional exterior seating; two brick built outhouses used for storage (originally the changing rooms for Sarn Road F.C); and a car park providing parking for up to six vehicles. The total site area is approximately 0.221acres.
The Queens Head sits right on the Wych Brook, which is the border between England from Wales, in the delightful hamlet of Sarn. The word Sarn means a ford or a causeway which is now a bridge. The pub is situated on the Threapwood bank of the Wych Brook where the brook exits Sarn Mill. The pub set in a lovely countryside location on the Welsh/English border with the popular village of Malpas approximately 4 miles away, which has further amenities including several schools, restaurants and pubs,