My wife and I paid the pub a visit one evening during our stay in Chester. Their selection of real ales was good and well kept. There was an open fire which was wlcoming but one of the bar doors was constantly open! This led the place to be very draughty, which was a shame as I would have liked to have stayed longer.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Kings Head is a traditional Inn built in 1622 on the west side of Lower Bridge Street. The Inn is a few minutes walk down hill from the Cross. The name refers to when King Charles stayed at the nearby Gamul House during the English Civil War. Since buying the business in March 2012 the current owners have spent thousands of pounds trying to bring the Ye Olde Kings Head back to it's former glory. In November 2012, the property had an extensive refurbishment throughout the bar and restaurant areas, every ensuite bathroom was also replaced and redecorated to a high standard. There are currently three completed refurbished rooms, by mid December 2013 they expect every bedroom to be finished. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Ye Olde King`s Head Hotel Chester