Reviews of Kings Head Inn, Bledington
Review by Mrs S J Blake on 23rd September, 2013
Add your review Date visited: 22/09/2013
Sunday lunch was superb. The staff were extremely welcoming and friendly with a special mention to Tania, nothing was too much trouble. If you are in the Cotswolds this restaurant is a must.
Date visited: 22/09/2013
Review by H. Wood on 19th February, 2007
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The perfect laid-back English pub week-end break. Warm welcome, friendly staff, log fires, draught beer and a bar and restaurant menu that caters for all tastes. Our room was in the inn building and although smallish had all the facilites one would expect - except an armchair - no room! Take the train for a day out to Oxford. Would we go back? We have already booked another week-end, but this time two friends have insisted they accompany us. Can't keep a good thing to yourself all of the time.
Review by nick on 16th February, 2006
Add your review Date visited: 2004
try the meat stew- its fantastic for a cold winters lunch. the pub itself exudes warmht and gets very popular. idyllic setting too
Date visited: 2004
Review by Nancy Bamberger on 18th June, 2005
Add your review Date visited: june 2005
We had a phenomenal meal at the Kings Head! Our waiter was attentive and efficient, and the food was excellent! Highlights included the warm goat cheese and carmelized onion salad, the creamy vegetable soup, and the cheese fritters. We will definately be back the next time we are in England.
Date visited: june 2005
Review by Jackie Halverson on 18th May, 2005
Add your review Date visited: May 3, 2005
We enjoyed our stay in this bucolic setting. Our room as was the pub and dining room was charming and the postcards made a nice souvenir. Food was good, but was a bit pricey. Staff was very cordial and helpful. Location was also central to our sidetrips. We hope to return someday to England and would definitely wish to stay there again.
Date visited: May 3, 2005