KINGS HEAD HOLT
This popular pub is a grade II listed building and located in the centre of the delightful Georgian market town of Holt. The pub features 2 stylish bars each with their own atmosphere, a stunning conservatory which is home to the STEAK restaurant with its authentic charcoal grill serving some of the best steaks in the county, upstairs you’ll find three bedrooms all of which are B&B and two of them now come with a self catering kitchen. To the rear is the beer garden so you can soak up the summer’s rays!
If you are coming in for a drink there’s two ways to go, enter through the right hand door and there’s the public bar where banter can be exchanged, games played including pool, music enjoyed and sports on the telly. Step through to the left and you’ll find Georges’ bar a quieter area with quiet corners and booths where you can relax with a book and a beer or meet with friends for a casual drink. Both bars are dog friendly and there’s also the garden.
Looking for something to eat? The kings head will not disappoint, landlord and head chef Adam Chapman, ensures a strong food offer with a real passion for steaks cooked over the authentic charcoal grill. Here you will find food that is familiar, with prices that will please, but with an attention to detail and flavour that is not always found.
And last but not least the rooms, looking for a place to spend the night, we have three dreamy rooms, with 6ft beds, Egyptian cotton sheets, duck down pillows and duvets, mattresses like clouds for that perfect sleep, need I go on and I haven’t even talked about the beautiful bathrooms yet.
This week's Real Ales...
It's a Beer Festival everyday at the Kings Head, with 14 Ales on offer! We have Woodfordes Wherry, Adnams Broadside and Adnams Southwold Bitter all the time with the others everchanging from breweries far and wide. Read more.
Mild May. This week's Mild
Mild May is an initiative run by CAMRA (Campaign for Real Ale) to celebrate mild ale. Mild can be anything from black/dark brown to pale amber in colour and come in a variety of styles from warming roasty ales to light refreshing lunchtime thirst quenchers. Malty and possibly sweet tones dominate the flavour profile but there may be a light hop flavour or aroma. Read more.
This week's Specials at STEAK
New daily specials. See the current listing and please bear in mind these change as dishes sell out… Read more.