Kings Head Hotel

A Hotel in Beverley, Yorkshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

38 Saturday Market Place
HU17 9AH

Kings Head Hotel, Beverley

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Following room refurbishments in Spring 2008, the Kings Head in Beverley has reopened under the Marstons Inns brand. Each of our 12 en-suite rooms is individually decorated to a high standard and offers flatscreen digital TVs, luxurious bedding, tea and coffee making facilities and free wi-fi for guests. The hotel is ideally situated on the High Street in the centre of the market town of Beverley in the heart of Yorkshire.

The town offers the attractions of Beverley Minster and Racecourse and is a good base for day trips to Hull, Bridlington, Scarborough and York.The rooms are situated above the our lively bar offering a late licence until 2am on weekend nights. The bar serves a full menu offering everything from sandwiches and snacks to full meals, all complemented by our range of wines, beers and soft drinks. This is the perfect location for anyone who wants to be close to the action in the centre of the town.

We pride ourselves on our spacious, beautifully decorated rooms and on our personal service.The Kings Head Hotel has a thriving bar serving a fine selection of continental lagers and guest ales as well as an extensive wine list to suit all palates. Tables can be reserved (we recommend for weekends). You can dine in the bar or our stylish A la Carte restaurant and choose from a large selection of meals that are traditional with a contemporary twist.

Room rates are inclusive of cooked and continental breakfast.With our central location some rooms can be affected by noise so please ask at the time of booking if you feel this may have an adverse effect on your stay.

3 star rating

From: £79.95

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  • Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout
  • Cots available
  • Car parking available onsite
  • Restaurant
  • TV
  • Satellite TV
  • Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room
  • Iron And Board In Each Room
  • Wake Up Call Available
  • Private dining services
  • Lounge Menu
  • Bar
  • Breakfast to go
  • [Channels] News
  • [Channels] Movies (Free)
  • [Channels] Music
  • Radio

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