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Treat yourself this summer!

Treat yourself this summer!


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Enjoy a refreshing night away with the Coaching Inn Group and bring in the summer with style!

Our Summer Offer includes a glass of Pimms on arrival, bed and breakfast and a 3-course dinner in our Eatery, based on 2 adults sharing a Classic Double or Twin room.  You can upgrade to a Superior or Deluxe room from £20 per night (subject to availability).

Book with us now to take advantage of our fabulous offer and a taste of the Great British Summer!booknow

Wedding Open Day!

Wedding Open Day!


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If you are thinking of getting married or are getting married, then pop down to the Kings Head Hotel on the 25th September 2016 and discover the fantastic setting of the Kings Head Hotel. You will get to see the venue and meet with some of our regular suppliers who can assist you in your perfect day

Winners of #CIGAward16 Announced

Winners of #CIGAward16 Announced


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The annual Coaching Inn Group Awards were held at the Golden Fleece Hotel, Thirsk at the beginning of April and the winners have been announced. There were 13 awards presented and collected by the General Managers of each hotel on behalf of their teams.

And the winners are:

Maintenance Man of the Year - Neil Murten, Old Bridge Inn & Coffee House

Night Porter of the Year - Phil Walton, The Old Bridge Inn & Coffee House

Housekeeper of the Year - Angie Atkin, White Hart Hotel, Eatery & Coffee House

Receptionist of the Year - Dorota Metselaar, Talbot Hotel, Eatery & Coffee House

Front of House Team Member of the Year - Andrea Dascalescu, Golden Fleece Hotel

Bar Person of the Year - Weronika Tentschert, White Hart Hotel, Eatery & Coffee House

Best Team Spirit of the Year - Golden Fleece Hotel Eatery & Coffee House

New Comer of the Year - Nick Kilmartin, Three Swans Hotel, Eatery & Coffee House

Duty Manager of the Year - Christina Schlanek, Admiral Rodney Hotel, Eatery & Coffee House

Chef of the Year - Chet Wilcock, Three Swans Hotel Eatery Coffee House

Customer Service of the Year - Rob Walshaw, Three Swans Hotel, Eatery & Coffee House

General Manager of the Year - Adam Charity, White Hart Hotel, Eatery & Coffee House

Inn of the Year - Royal Oak Hotel, Eatery & Coffee House

Managing Director, Kevin Charity, spoke about the awards saying: "It's great to recognise the hard work and dedication that our teams put in and as the company continues to grow these awards can only get bigger and better. There were some hard decisions to make as we have such a wonderful and talented workforce."


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Hotel & Travel Information

Hotel & Travel Information


The Kings Head Hotel

10 Market Place,
Richmond,
North Yorkshire,
DL10 4HS
Telephone : 01748 850220
Email: kingshead@innmail.co.uk

A historic 18th Century Coaching Inn, with a 21st Century refurbishment! Following over £1 million of investment The Kings Head Hotel reopened at the end of June 2016 with a brand new Hotel, Eatery & Coffee House concept. The inn still boasts fine Georgian architecture and has played host to many famous people down the years. Musician Franz Liszt famously gave a piano recital in retained ballroom in 1841. Richmond is also on the Coast-to-Coast walkers guide by famous travel writer Alfred Wainwright.

Bedrooms - 24
Dogs allowed
Disabled toilets available
Free Wi-Fi
Families Welcome
Food Served all day in our restaurant
Bar open 9am-11pm

History

History


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Built as gentleman’s townhouse in 1717 The Kings Head’s fine Georgian architecture blends with modern practicalities to give warm and comfortable surroundings and a relaxed ambiance.

The rooms to the front of the hotel are typically large and many of the building’s Georgian features have been retained including the ballroom where Franz Liszt gave a piano recital in 1841.

An earlier guest was the artist J.M.W. Turner who described the hotel as “The finest in Richmondshire”. The Kings Head is one of the Welcome to Yorkshire Turner Trail bench locations, you can listen to the Richmond audio tour and see the full Turner Trail route by clicking to - Find out more

Lord Baden Powell, hero of Mafeking and founder of the Boy Scout movement was appointed as General Officer Commanding the Northumbrian Division of the Territorial Army in 1908. Divisional headquarters were at that time located in Richmond. According to local historians Baden Powell was accommodated in the Kings Head Hotel upon his arrival.

Richmond itself with its wynds and streets offers many attractions including a Norman castle- an imposing sight above the banks of the river Swale- and the ruins of Easby Abbey.

Richmond as one of the stages of Wainwrights Coast to Coast walk.

The Georgian theatre royal is the oldest theatre in England in its original form where performances are regularly held. A museum is attached to the theatre.

Richmond has many beautiful walks including riverside, woodland and the remains of the Georgian racecourse.

Catterick racecourse and Croft Motor racing circuit are nearby and a further 7 racecourses are within an hour’s drive, of the Kings head making it a perfect base for leisure visits.

Awards & Reviews

Awards & Reviews


Awards


2016
- Highly commended' at The Publican Awards for Pub Company of the Year
2016 - Ranked #9 in Grant Thornton Top 200 Fastest Growing Companies in the East Midlands

2015 - Visit England Breakfast Award
2015 - Pub Company of the Year 2015 - Eat Out Awards
2015 - 1000 Companies to inspire Britain
2015 - Certificate of Excellence - TripAdvisor

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