The Kings Head

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The Kings Head, Truro

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Accommodation Description:

The Kings Head is a traditional but stylish public house situated in the heart of Cornwall. Dating from 1826 as a known public house the building is believed to date from the mid 1600's where it is mentioned within census information. Offering Accommodation and the central location within the western region of the county The Kings Head is a very popular friendly pub.

The Kings Head offers a comfortable bar Bed & Breakfast and a restaurant where our guest's can enjoy a full range of dining options from breakfasts to light-bites and snacks to our full and extensive a'la carte menu. All of our hotel rooms of a high standard and include free WiFi Tea and Coffee making facilities TV and use of an iron and ironing board. A sumptuous full English breakfast is included in the following tariffs.

Set at the top of the Carrick Roads the magnificent cathedral city of Truro mixes the historic sensitively with the new. Truro is acknowledged as the shopping capital of Cornwall with major national retailers and small specialist shops to be found along Georgian streets and bustling opes. With its central location in the county and good transport links Truro has long been a center for trade and commerce.

Lemon Quay which is the hub for thousands of regular shoppers has a strong reputation for holding some of the finest markets in Cornwall. The original quay still remains beneath the surface and continues through the streams and leats which run through the city centre. The majority of the county’s attractions are all within an hour’s drive away and the nearest beaches at St Agnes and Perranporth are less than 15 minutes drive away.

Venture a little bit further (20-30 mins drive) and visit the beautiful St Ives bay with its beautiful long beach from Gwithien all the way to Hayle. Check in from 14:00 to 22:00 Check out at 10:30

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