REAL ALE IN GLOUCESTERSHIRE


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BLEDINGTON

KING'S HEAD  See Map
The Green, OX7 6XQ
SP2430022800
Sat Nav: 51.903207,-1.648211
Off B4450 on village green
Tel. Kingham (01608) 658365
Fax: 01608 658902
e-mail:kingshead@orr-ewing.com
website:http://www.kingsheadinn.net/
BUTCOMBE Butcombe Bitter (H)
BUTCOMBE Butcombe Bitter (H)
HOOK NORTON Hooky (H)
GUEST BEER Three Ales (H)

Delightful, 16th century stone-built inn
overlooking the village green. In 1614
Prince Rupert of the Rhine supposedly
lodged here, prior to the Battle of
Stow. The pub has original old beams, an
inglenook and a convivial atmosphere.
This free house, with its curious logo
of a duck dressed in a Henry VIII
outfit, is famous for its wide range of
food and reservations are recommended,
especially at weekends. Bledington is
about four miles from Stow-on-the-Wold
and is a frequent winner of the
Bledisloe Cup for Best-Kept Village
award; it is an ideal centre for
visiting Stow, Cheltenham, Stratford and
Oxford. Good local walks to nearby
villages start close by. Aunt Sally. The
guest beers are often local.

(Kingham)
2014
Historical information
CAMRA's WHATPUB entry


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