Toilet available. Accessible toilet in courtyard stables. Grounds are partly accessible, some cobbles, uneven paths. Some visitors may require assistance from companion. No onsite parking.
Historic 15th-century coaching inn, in the heart of Aylesbury, with rare stained-glass windows, exposed wattle and daub and the original stabling.
Beautiful beams and wooden floors bedeck The Farmers’ Bar. They serve fine English ales, bottled beers, Rothschild wines and a hearty lunch. Choose your drink and retire to one of the comfy sofas or old wooden benches and when the sun is shining it is a must to sit out in the ancient cobbled courtyard surrounded on all sides by old stables, the Great Hall and the ancient arch where coaches used to enter.
Set in the heart of this historic market town, the fifteenth century King's Head is one of England's best preserved coaching inns.
Dating back to 1455, the building has many fascinating architectural features, including rare stained-glass windows, exposed wattle and daub and the original stabling for the inn.