The Kings Head has been looking out over the market square in the delightful tiny Dorset town of Wimborne Minster for nearly 200 years. The original bells' sound can be heard at various times throughout the day and night. It has recently been painstakingly refurbished and flawlessly combines historic style with modern décor. This beautiful structure is an excellent site to gather, eat, celebrate, and stay, as well as a good starting point for exploring the surrounding area. There is parking for 17 automobiles on a first-come, first-served basis, but if they are full, on-street parking is free between 6 p.m. and 8 a.m. There is also paid parking accessible on Westfield Close, Allenview Road, and other neighbouring streets.
What style cuisine is on offer at The Kings Head?
The Kings Head serves a full selection of pub favourites, as well as a distinctive real ale or glass of good wine, so you can unwind. Everything is freshly cooked at the restaurant, from sizzling steaks and scrumptious burgers to lighter snacks. If you stay at the hotel, you can start your day with a delicious Full English or continental breakfast to get you ready for the day ahead.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Wimborne area?
When you stay at The Kings Head, there's much to do all year. Theyare only a two-minute walk from Wimborne Minster, a 1,300-year-old church, and near to National Trust property Kingston Lacy. Poole is only eight miles away, where you may visit Brownsea Island and Studland Nature Reserve, both National Trust sites. Dorset's award-winning beaches and seaside villages are also within easy reach. See Crompton Acres Gardens or Knoll Gardens to observe magnificent plants, or visit the amazing ruins of Corfe Castle. Alternatively, visit the English Heritage site of Christchurch Castle & Norman House for an interesting day out.