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Kings Head Aylesbury History Of Christmas Sunday 18 December 2016 Home Video News World Sport Business Money Comment Culture Travel Life Women Fashion Luxury Tech Film Women Men GoodLife Wellbeing Interiors Gardening Food Pets Relationships Expat Puzzles Announcements Events Recipes Beer Wine Wine Shop Healthy Eating Restaurants Pubs Food & Drink Pictures Video Waitrose Summer Recipes Advertisement Home Food and Drink Pubs UK Pub Guide: The King's Head, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire Sink into a cosy armchair in the 15th-century King's Head pub in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, and work your way through its fine selection of Chiltern beers. The belt would have held a decorative sword used by the mounted cavalry of the 19th Century. Limited but good main menu options are slightly pricey for a country restaurant, but overall reasonable value. Carry on browsing if you're happy with this, or find out how to manage cookies. Amazing food and service, and I will be returning shortly! Tags: Good for Groups, Romantic, Special Occasion, Business Meals, Sunday LunchWas this review useful to you?YesNofood5ambience5service5value4We go here mainly to eat the Aylesbury D .PhilipSDined on 16 July 2016We go here mainly to eat the Aylesbury Duckling, their speciality, which is superb. Rooms[edit]. The exterior was very pleasant and though the interiors was underwhelming (old school pub style furniture), that mattered little given the quality of everything else. Tags: Fit for Foodies, Romantic, Special OccasionWas this review useful to you?YesNofood5ambience5service4value4Sunday LunchvipNatBDined on 25 October 2015My family has been coming here for over 60 years so it brings back lovely childhood memories for me. A very pleasant lunch. The satchel is surrounded by silver braid with 'VR' surmounted by a crown on the centre panel. Each course arrived at the right interval - not too quickly, not too slowly. The first floor offered the judge both prestige and protection from possible angry locals. Tags: Neighborhood Gem, Cozy, Fit for Foodies, Historic, Quiet Conversation, Good for Anniversaries, Special Occasion, Notable Wine ListWas this review useful to you?YesNofood5ambience5service5value5We have been going to the Kings Head for .PeterBDined on 27 September 2016We have been going to the Kings Head for special occasions for 10 years. We tend to go for specials occasions and are never disappointed, the food is always excellent as is the service. Over time the timbers will show through more as the lime wash weathers away. The hoop above the mounting block was used to light the way of the coaches by burning rags tied round it. ..


Will certainly be going back. Vegetarian options are somewhat limited but the potatoes and vegetables dish I chose was delicious. .HilaryFDined on 4 August 2016Everything was of a very high standard. It is thought that she is a maid who fell to her death in about 1900. George Devey inserted the oak panels. The room originally had two fireplaces and it was here, in November 2003, that the ghost of a nun was seen. King Henry VI possibly stayed at the inn while on a tour of the country with his new wife Margaret of Anjou in the 15th century.[3] Later, a stained glass panel, previously in the nearby Greyfriars monastery, was inserted in the front window of the inn showing the king and queen's individual coats of arms.[3][4][5] The other coats of arms are of Cardinal Henry Beaufort, William de la Pole and the local Botlier family. The menu consisted of meat, meat and more meat - this is not a particularly vegetarian friendly place. Car parks in town centre (not National Trust) By bus from surrounding areas King's Head Prices Close Admission free What is Gift Aid? Most of our places run the Gift Aid on Entry scheme at their admission points. The room was originally accessed from the ground floor by a newel stair, which is a spiral staircase inside a tower. Events held on the property include Roald Dahl Day and gardening fairs, planned by the National Trust staff. In the Great Hall, the wattle and daub timber construction can be seen on display.[1] Wattle was twigs and branches woven between the upright timber posts. The Dining room was built in the late 19th century when the King's Head was a hotel. Standard of the food was outstanding. We have a large beer garden with plenty of seating for those sunny days. Al .OpenTable Diner Since 2009Dined on 2 July 2016Visited for Saturday evening dinner. Ascott Jacobean house with superb collections and gardens Long Crendon Courthouse Medieval courthouse Pitstone Windmill A rare and striking example of an early form of post mill Claydon Splendid eighteenth-century English interiors in an idyllic country setting Join Enjoy unlimited access to more than 500 places with National Trust membership Become a member Give We're a charity and rely on your donations to help our conservation work Ways to donate On the web Keep up to date with our latest news Twitter King's Head Facilities and access Close General Family Accessibility General No onsite parking. Not cheap, but that was partly because the others with me like their wine so we had rather a lot. cf4ac695ea

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