The Kings Head is a hidden gem among the rolling hills of the Lincolnshire Wolds and nestled in the well-kept village of Tealby. Established in 1367, it's the oldest thatched pub in Lincolnshire.
All the food served at The Kings Head is homemade with fresh and local ingredients. And the menu has an extensive selection of vegan options, such as ‘The Kings Head Homemade pie’, with most dishes adaptable to accommodate allergies. Family-friendly, they also serve a children's menu. On the bar, they provide a selection of four fine real ales, which change seasonally and feature ever-changing guests.
Owners Sol and John Pickwell Nicolaou have run The Kings Head for twelve years with their caring, helpful, and knowledgeable team. Inside, the dining area has the beautiful original stone on the walls. And everyone who visits is guaranteed to be greeted with a peaceful ambiance. A dog-friendly establishment, they are happy to have dogs on a lead inside or in their spacious beer garden outside.
For those that want to enjoy the delicious food The Kings Head serves at home, they provide a click-and-collect service.
Also available to be hired as a private venue for events, such as intimate weddings.
Monday 12pm - 8pm
Tuesday 11am - 11pm
Wednesday 11am - 11pm
Thursday 11am - 11pm
Friday 11am - 11pm
Saturday 11am - 11pm
Sunday 12pm - 8pm
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