The Kings Head, Masham, is a fine Georgian building dating back to the 18th Century, situated in the Market Square of the picturesque town of Masham. From the outset The Kings Head was always more than an Inn. In its time it has been combined with a Posting House and surprisingly, an Excise Office.
It now offers a warm welcome with an excellent menu range and serves traditional Theakstons and Black Sheep cask ales and an extensive wine list making it a popular choice for both locals and visitors to the town. It has recently undergone a sympathetic refurbishment of the bar, restaurant and the 23 letting bedrooms and can accommodate 40 delegates in the meeting room. The town always leaves visitors with a sense of calm and is a perfect place to relax, this could have a little to do with the two brewerys located in the town, which brew Theaksons and Black Sheep beer, both are well worth a visit.
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
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