The Kings Head Hotel, A Special Place For A Special Day
With a traditional coaching inn history going back some 250+ years, the current owners have sympathetically refurbished all 7 bedrooms in a contemporary style. Nearly all Accommodation has en-suite facilities and for those requiring a longer stay whether for work or a vacation, there is a self-contained 3 bed apartment of one family room, one twin and a small double with an open-plan kitchen/living area and its own private shower room.
The Kings Head is situated in the town centre with ample car parking space to the rear of the hotel and is about 100 metres south from St. James' Church and in the opposite direction 100 metres north of St. Mary's Catholic Church making The Kings Head an ideal venue for your wedding reception or christening celebration. For more details please see our weddings page.
Lunchtimes At The Kings HeadThe World’s Biggest Coffee Morning At The King's Head
Tuesday to Saturday until 2.30 pm
Breakfast, Salads & Desserts | Light Bites, Sharing, Veggie & Mains
The Kings Head is now giving customers the added choice of lunchtime dining. With the provision of a new kitchen and the employment of an experienced local cook, we are now able to offer a comprehensive menu of home cooked lunches using locally sourced fresh products.
10.00 am until noon on Friday morning 30th September 2016, The King's Head Hotel will be joining in with thousands of other venues to raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Support with the World's Biggest Coffee Morning.
Supported by M&S since 2010, 2016 is their 7th World’s Biggest Coffee Morning and they’re pulling out all the stops to make it the best yet!
Macmillan holds the Guinness World Record for the Largest Simultaneous Coffee Party and has generated in excess of £75 million since its nationwide introduction in 1991.The 20th Louth Beer Festival At The King's Head 2016
From Thursday 29th September to Sunday 2nd October 2016.
The Louth Beer festival is organised and managed by Louth & District Branch of the Campaign for Real Ale; with members and friends who volunteer to run the event. The annual beer festival aims to promote local brewers and introduce some national beers to those who enjoy a good pint. It is also a great opportunity to try out different styles of beer, whether or not you would normally drink real ale. Of the twenty beers on offer, you will find a range of flavours, colours and strengths that we believe offers a very interesting drinking experience; enough to warrant a return visit over the four day event.
Live Music During October 2016
Featuring one of the region's finest bands every Saturday night...see who are performing soon.