The Kings Head inn Bledington
As our guest, you have an excellent choice of accommodation at The King’s Head Inn. On the one hand, it’s possible to stay above the pub in rooms that have a real individuality and charm. If space is more of a consideration, however, we have six further rooms in the courtyard – all of which accommodate king-size beds.
Whichever option suits you best, you can be sure of a comfortable stay in a room that has its own distinct character. Our owner Nicola Orr-Ewing has personally overseen the decoration. We’ve also ensured that every room has its own bathroom, TV, hairdryer, tea and coffee making facilities and wireless internet access.
Rooms above the pub
Super King Room
King Size Sleigh
£85.00 - £95.00
Prices quoted: per room per night – inclusive of full English breakfast and VAT. NB: a minimum stay of 2 nights applies at weekends.
No smoking or dogs in the bedrooms please.
When booking a room please let us know if you intend to dine in our restaurant so that we can guarantee you a table.
Check in time is 2.30 pm, however, if you wish to check in before this time please let us know.
One weeks notice must be given when cancelling a booking or the deposit will have to be charged.
Single rate is only available from Sunday – Thursday (excluding high season). Prices vary from £70.00 - £100.00.
Our Seasonal Menu
The King’s Head menu changes with the seasons, but one thing remains constant: our commitment to high-quality produce. Wherever possible, we ensure that it is both local and organic.
Our Aberdeen Angus beef – which is hung for 28 days to bring out its flavour – couldn’t come from a more traceable source. It’s the produce of Fifield House Farm and is reared by our landlord’s own uncle. Smoked meats come from Upton Farm in Burford, while A M Bailey of Evesham Vale supplies our vegetables. ‘Windrush’ organic cheese is purchased from Daylesford, while local gamekeepers also have a close relationship with The King’s Head and supply some excellent products which feature regularly on the menu.
We admit that there are pubs closer to the sea than the King’s Head. Luckily we have very reliable suppliers who can bring us the latest catches from the west country on a daily basis. Our exacting standards are always the same. If it’s to be served in our pub, it needs to be fresh and of the highest quality, yet still represent excellent value for money
Two things have helped create the wonderful character of the bar at The King’s Head Inn: the building itself and the people who choose to spend time here. The low ceilings, nooks and crannies are the product of a bygone age and give the place a warm and intimate atmosphere.
Many of our customers at this Cotswolds pub are local and it’s fair to say the term ‘regular’ applies to quite a few. Other people travel from further afield. The King’s Head is a great place to visit for a Sunday lunch, for instance, or a well-deserved drink after a country walk.
Warm yourself by the Inglenook fireplace, order a drink at the bar and sit yourself down on one of our high-backed settle benches. It’s a chance to renew some old acquaintances and perhaps make a few new friends. As you glance around, you’ll notice the meticulous attention to detail. Owner Nicola Orr-Ewing makes sure the details are just right. Even down to the fresh flowers arranged carefully on every table.
Popular drinks include the three lagers we stock from the Cotswold Brewing Company. Hook Norton Best and other real ales are also on tap for enthusiasts, leading to The King’s Head Inn being prominently featured in the Good Beer Guide over a great many years.
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This page was last updated: 02 December 2010