The Bull's Head

Historic Inn in Arthingworth, Northamptonshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

1 Inn Yard Court Kelmarsh Road
LE16 8JZ

The Bull's Head, Arthingworth

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Welcome to the Bulls Head Hotel. Family run rural 18th century public house with home-cooked food available in bar area or restaurant and situated in the heart of Northamptonshire . En-suite bed and breakfast accommodation situated in newly constructed annexe at rear of licensed premises.

Log fires in the winter with heated patio area for warmer times when al fresco dining available. Real ales (CAMRA member) plus traditional pub games. Families welcome, pets accepted by arrangement.

Ramblers, cyclists and anglers welcome, secure storage for equipment available.

 3 star rating

From: £50.00

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