The Kings Arms

Historic Bed and Breakfast in Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire

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18 West Street
Chipping Norton

The Kings Arms, Chipping Norton

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The management and staff welcome you to The Kings Arms, currently offering 13 well appointed rooms, all of which are en-suite. This charming 300 year old coaching inn is, in fact, one of the newest additions to the Arkell's stable.

The Kings Arms has been a popular pub since the 17th century, due to its ideal location, friendly service, good food, well kept ales and high quality accommodation. For travellers and tourists taking in the delights of the Cotswolds, the fact that the landlords, Viv and Avril, know more than their fair share about the area as born-and-bred locals is yet another plus. Currently offering 13 well appointed rooms, all of which are en-suite and can be easily made into twin or double accommodation, the Kings is also ideal for families, with 2 larger sized family rooms available.

Centrally located, the Kings is perfectly placed for shoppers looking to take a break from Chipping Norton's busy high street, or for those planning a drink and a bite to eat before an evening at the nearby theatre. Bringing The Kings bang up-to-date, you will also find 6 plasma screens showing the latest sporting entertainment (Sky & ESPN), and a pool table for your enjoyment.

 3 star rating

From: £45.00

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Chipping Norton Travel and Heritage Information

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