Kings Arms Inn

Historic Inn in Wing, Rutland

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Top Street, nr Oakham
LE15 8SE

Kings Arms Inn, Wing

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Secluded 17th C Inn within easy reach of Peterborough, Stamford, Melton Mowbray, Uppingham and Oakham and only 2 miles from Rutland Water. Whether a businessman or leisure guest you will not cease to amaze at our award winning cuisine from bar meals to fine dining. Start with a real ale from the bar then enjoy local, seasonal food with a glass of wine from our extensive list, perhaps with a double espresso and Grappa to finish, followed by a peaceful nights sleep in a comfortable spacious room.

The Kings Arms lies in the peaceful and quaint village of Wing. The Inn is ideally situated as a base for visiting the surrounding market towns of Oakham, Uppingham and Stamford. Rutland water, with its extensive array of outdoor activities,is only two miles away and offers a variety of outdoor pursuits including walking, cycling, sailing, windsurfing, bird watching, fishing and golf.

Other local attractions include Burghley House, Barnsdale Gardens, Rockingham Speedway and the historic Wing Maze. The Inn dates back to 1649 and offers all the charm and character of a Traditional Country Inn. Our ensuite rooms are clean, spacious and fully equipped.

The Goss family are proud to offer quality ales, an extensive wine list, fine food and a high standard of service at all times. Rutland is a hidden gem of a county and is often referred to as "The Little Cotswolds" with its quaint villages, similar brickwork and Collyweston Stone Slate. You could spend a week just discovering its charms.

We also offer a large off-road free car park suitable for the parking of small boat trailers, horseboxes and motorised caravans. Our restaurant may be booked for corporate lunches, dinner parties and small wedding receptions. Alternatively you may wish to book our private Lyndon Suite, a separate unit offering dining for up to 24 covers is the ideal venue for any small party, anniversaries etc.

Further information can also be found in the following pub guides: AA Pub Guide 2009, AA Britain's Best Country Pubs for Food Lovers, The Which Pub Guide 2009 and The Good Pub Guide 2010. We have also been awarded 4 Stars, our second AA Rosette and the AA Breakfast Award for 2010. Please note: The Bar & Restaurant are closed from Sunday Lunch to Tuesday Evenings during the winter months (Oct - Mar) and from Sunday Evenings to after Monday Lunch during the rest of the year.

Our B&B Service is available all year 24/7 except Christmas Day and Boxing Day when a Room Only service is in force.

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