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Kings Head Inn
204 Wincheap
Canterbury
Kent

CT1 3RY | View map

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he King's Head is a tradtional friendly 15th century oak beamed inn situated in the historic city of Canterbury offering a licensed bar, food and en-suite bed and breakfast facilities. We are conveniently situated and within easy walking distance of the city centre.In addition to the cathedral Canterbury is home to the University of Kent and Kent County Cricket Club, the St Lawrence ground is approximately one and a half miles away.Real ales are available in the bar and we are listed in both the 2007 CAMRA Good Beer Guide and the 2007 CAMRA Beer, Bed and Breakfast Guide. In the relaxing bar you will find exposed beams and pub games including darts, bar billiards and a range of board games. The attractive garden plays host to the Kentish game of Bat & Trap during the summer months.A wide range of bar snacks and meals are available daily except Tuesday evenings either in the bar or separate dining room.The cosy bedrooms, which have exposed beams, are all en-suite with a colour television, tea/coffee making facilities, electric fans and hair dryers.

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