This is not a review of the B&B facilities, which we didn't use, or about the restaurant which we also didn't use hence the 'three out of five' rating. We visited on the Sunday night of the recent Bank Holiday. The pub itself is clean and nicely done out with some leather chairs in an area close to the bar which makes a nice change. The atmosphere was pleasant enough.
First grumble is about the prices for drinks. We live about forty miles from Wing and in my local pubs I pay from £2.90 to £3.10 for a pint of Marston's Pedigree. I was therefore somewhat shocked to see £3.60 a pint scrawled on the prices chalkboard for the same (had they put their prices up for the Bank Holiday weekend perhaps?) however there is no alternative within walking distance so we placed our orders. Other, weaker, bitters were marginally cheaper but not much. My partner had a half pint of cider which was similarly expensive.
Second grumble is about the time they shut and the lack of notice. We arrived at 9.45 PM and bought our first (and as it turned out last) drinks. At 10.10 PM I went to the bar for another round. "Sorry, we shut at 10.00" was the reply. On a Sunday! In the UK in 2013!! "I didn't hear you ring the bell or shout 'Last orders' I replied. "Oh, we don't do that. It is written on the board outside". "Er, it's dark" I countered. All to no good.
So our advice is that if you choose to use The King's Arms take plenty of money and get your drinks in early!