The King’s Head is a reasonably good sized place and it has a comfortable atmosphere. During the afternoon there were a fair number of tourists but on our evening visit it felt much more like a neighborhood pub. The fairly long bar runs along one side of the pub. There are no stools and the bar but there is a brass foot rail along its length. There is a mixture of tall dark oak tables with upholstered chairs and normal height tables and chairs. The embossed ceiling is cream colored, the walls are wallpapered and have dark woodwork. The floor is in a block and white checkerboard pattern around the bar and otherwise nice wide plank wood and dark red oriental-style carpeting. Outside along the sidewalk is additional seating covered by an awning.
The selection of real ales is good - five to choose from. And we were given samples to help us choose. On our visit the ales were: Wells Bombardier, Fuller’s London Pride, Adnams Broadside, Theakston’s Old Peculier, and Greene King’s Morland “Old Speckled Hen”.