London Road, Wootton, Northampton, Northamptonshire NN4 0JN
|Contact Us||Tel. 01604 762468|
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|Type||Pubs in Wootton, Northampton. Accommodation in Wootton, Northampton.|
|Pub Explorer Reference||36115.|
|Pub Opening Times||Monday - Saturday 11am - 11pm.|
Sunday 11.30am - 10.30pm.
WHAT'S NEW & FORTHCOMING
|REFURBISHMENT / CHANGE OF CONCEPT||
We re-opened in Winter 2010 following a refurbishment & change of concept to a Fayre & Square family dining house. With a great new look and an exciting value for money menu why not come and see us soon.
NORTHAMPTON SOUTH (WOOTTON) PREMIER INN ACCOMMODATION
DINING AT OUR PUB
At this Fayre & Square pub we are the perfect place for any occasion with great quality food available from an extensive menu and children's menu offering choice for the whole family. Enjoy this in a friendly atmosphere and of course unbelievable value. Look out for the Two for £10 deal - choose any two dishes marked on the menu and enjoy them both for just £10.
|MEAL TIMES||Monday - Saturday 12noon - 10pm.|
Sunday 11.30am - 9.30pm.
|OUTDOOR FACILITIES||Large Beer Garden with heating & lighting, Outdoor Children's Play Area, Large Car Park, Disabled Car Parking.|
|GENERAL FACILITIES||Wheelchair Access, Disabled Toilet, Baby Changing Facility.|
We have a great smoking shelter with heating, seating & lighting.
|OTHER||Children Welcome, Coach Parties Welcome, ATM Machine, Debit and Credit Cards accepted.|
Queen Eleanor Fayre & Square pub in Wootton is within easy commuting distance of London and Silverstone. This beautiful building with balconies to the front and back is renowned for its stunning floral displays in the summer and the lovely large garden with and space for children to play. Olde worlde in style, with two big fireplaces, plenty of wood features and oak beams, an excellent atmosphere is created for a memorable time. The pubs history includes being a hotel for many years and was named the Queen Eleanor after the wife of King Edward. When she died in Scotland he brought her body down to London to be buried and at every place he stopped a memorial statue was erected! One of the statues being next to the pub. Newcomers will find the people welcoming and the staff helpful. This gives an extra special individual touch. Downstairs is a single large 'L' shaped room with 120 covers. There are about a further 60 seats in the bar where we are also happy to serve you your chosen meal. Whether it's for a relaxed drink with friends or a meal with the family, the friendly team at this pub will ensure you are not disappointed.