Following news earlier this month that the Inn at Whitewell is ‘perfect’ according to its entry in the 16th edition of Sawday’s British Hotel Guide, we’re delighted to report that another of our inns, The King’s Head Inn at Bledington in the Cotswolds, has won the ‘Nicely Priced’ award in the first Sawday’s British Hotel Awards.
Archie Orr-Ewing, landlord of The King’s Head Inn for 15 years (despite his remarkably youthful appearance), says:
“It is especially nice to get recognition from such a well respected guide. We’re delighted to have won!”
Lying deep in the heart of the Cotswolds, The King’s Head Inn dates back to the 16th century when it was originally built as a cider house. Owners Archie and Nicola Orr-Ewing have devoted an extraordinary amount of time and energy to restoring and improving this beautiful pub – described in The Sunday Times as ‘The classic English country pub that one always hopes to find but seldom does.’
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