Lying deep in the heart of the Cotswolds, The King’s Head Inn dates back to the 16th century when it was originally built as a cider house. Owners Archie and Nicola Orr-Ewing have devoted an extraordinary amount of time and energy to restoring and improving this beautiful pub - described in The Sunday Times as 'The classic English country pub that one always hopes to find but seldom does' - over the past 12 years.
Cotswold stone walls, old oak beams and flagstone floors create a stunning interior, with the inglenook fireplace dominating one end of the bar. Open fires welcome you in the winter, while in the spring and summer, the gloriously picturesque village green with the brook running through it - and the ducks and bantams wandering freely - creates an idyllic setting for the inn.
The King’s Head Inn is a great place for a relaxing drink or outstanding food, while its twelve attractive bedrooms make it an excellent place to stay if you are looking for the finest Cotswold Bed and Breakfast.
The King’s Head appears in the Michelin Pub Guide, The Good Food Guide and features on the front cover of The Good Pub Guide 2012.
Double/twin rooms above the pub: from £95.00
Double/twin Courtyard rooms: from £115.00
Single rooms: from £75.00