The exact age of the Kings Head is not known, but it was certainly in existence as a coaching inn in the middle of the fourteenth century. The Kings Head is now listed as a building of special architectural and historical interest. The Restaurant is informal yet attentive leaving the bustle of the market place of Cirencester passing by. Showcasing the best of British cooking the restaurant at the Kings Head allows you to sample the best produce of the season and experience the dramatic and delicious Robata-style grilling. Popular with both locals and hotel guests who gather there from breakfast to late evening. If the occasion requires greater privacy, the cellar offers a discreet space for 8- 20 people, and the Panel Room adjacent to the main restaurant allows the flexibility for a partially or totally private dining experience. A great space for an intimate party for 10 to 32 guests or a small drinks reception. The Bar and Lounge is a great place to start or end your day.Stylish and comfortable, a relaxed mixture of arm chairs, contemporary Windsor chairs, sofas and bar stools create an ideal space to meet, entertain clients or just simply relax in front of the fire with an all-day offering with a wide choice of snacks and tempting treats, afternoon tea, freshly brewed coffee and a varied drinks menu. The bar menu has an outstanding range of wines and Champagnes or for those who prefer a little cocktail, a selection of mixed drinks that have stood the test of time and become the pinnacle of cocktail culture. Afternoon Tea is erved from 2pm - 5pm daily - Sink into comfy sofas next to the feature fireplace and just relax whilst enjoying the quintessentially British treat of Afternoon Tea, including delicious scones, bite sized cakes and other sweet delicacies and of course a selection of finger sandwiches and a steaming pot of tea.