Reeds Arms1 Pier Street
Burnham On Sea
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Re-opens on the 4th of July. See website for details.more information...
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A Wetherspoons pub originally built in the 1850s, the pub was originally called The Reeds Arms before its long stint as the Queen's Hotel. The arms which gave the Hotel its name are those of George Reed, once Burnham's leading citizen. The sunblinds over the front windows bear the words Reed's Arms, although a large 'Queen's Hotel' sign hangs by the entrance. There is a 20% reduction on meals (not meal deals) for CAMRA card carrying members.