Lovely little cosy pub in a beautiful village. We booked in advance for lunch, at the time of our visit it was quite quiet. The food wasn't great at all but the service was good.
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My husband and I are spending three nights at the King’s Head Inn in Bledington with our son, vely daughter-in-law and their baby son. Have we chosen well. A quintessentially English 16th century Cotswolds stone building with the biggest inglennok we’ve seen and old flagstones...More
We stayed here two nights. No complaints at all about breakfast except no croissants. For dinner, the food is very nice, but on both nights they set a table for us in the noisy bar area. Each night we declined the table offered and asked...More
Busy quintessential country pub, buzzing atmosphere , lots of family’s , couples and dogs. Tender tasty juicy roast pork , braised carrot , kale and fluffy crispy roast potatoes. Fantastic Yorkshire pudding. Very pleasant attentive staff. A delicious apple and Cinnamon crumble with home made...More
For a real english pub experience and great food this is the place to go. It definitely lives up to its reputation. It is a beautiful setting facing the village green. It has that old comfortable cozy pub feel that you immediately see when you...More
We had a brilliant New Years. Service fantastic well done to Rob and team. Food amazing. So well done on such a busy night . Very much appreciated by us Christopher,Justine
Excellent lunch on a busy Thursday before New Year - very fortunate to get a table at this understated, village green pub. Attentive service, she excellent dishes - beetroot salmon, apple crumble and the rest were very good.
My daughter had been recommended this pub and I was concerned after having read the last two reviews. This was our first visit to a "traditional" style pub in the UK. I was very pleased with our experience. We arrived without a booking, it was...More
Four of us (mature people) met for lunch last week expecting to have good food, and a congenial atmosphere. We booked a table via "Open Table" and on arrival discovered this table to be in the bar and adjacent to a table of five with...More