King & QueenShrivenham Road
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It is thought that the King & Queen was constructed about 200 years ago to cater for the navvies working on the Wilts & Berks Canal which passes nearby. From the pub, one may enjoy one of the best views of White Horse Hill and the famous 3000-year-old white horse. The layout inside comprises an extensive, open-plan drinking area and to one side, a restaurant serving substantial meals, while outside is a tranquil beer garden. The pub offers a good selection of beers from local breweries, three of which are constantly changing. Winner of Branch Country Pub of the Year 2022.