These are their small and cosy rooms but you still have everything you need and they are presented in country cottage style. All have double beds, and they have their own bathrooms.
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Type Pub B&B
From £100 per room per night
If you are looking for a great place to stay in the picturesque countryside of Gloucestershire, then The Kings Head is a perfect choice with its delicious food, relaxing atmosphere and luxury rooms.
Surrounded by Cotswolds countryside, in picturesque Bledington, Kings Head Inn offers beautiful bedrooms with free Wi-Fi and parking. Set in a 16th-century building, there is a traditional restaurant and courtyard garden.
The rooms at Kings Head have private bathrooms and elegant decor. Some have exposed beams and sloping ceilings, and all feature a TV and cosy seating area. Toiletries and tea/coffee facilities are also provided.
The 2-AA-Rosette-awarded restaurant serves contemporary/traditional English food based on fresh, locally-sourced produce. The charming bar boasts original features and open fires, and offers a range of beverages and snacks. Cooked breakfasts are also served daily.
Popular drinks include the three lagers they stock from the Cotswold Brewing Company. Hook Norton Best and other real ales are also on tap for enthusiasts, leading to The King’s Head Inn being prominently featured in the Good Beer Guide over a great many years.
Just 25 minutes’ drive from Blenheim Palace, the Kings Head is centrally located for exploring the North Oxfordshire Cotswolds. Both Oxford and Stratford-upon-Avon can be reached in 45 minutes’ drive. It is 15 minutes' drive from the A44.
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