The Kings Head
Where good times & good food come together!
The Kings Head
You can be assured of a warm welcome here from Steve and Carol in this traditional old country inn that dates back to the 1660’s. It can be found just off the main A52 Boston to Skegness road.
The Kings Head is a beautiful, traditional two room pub off the main Boston to Skegness road. Its low ceilings, wooden beams, open fire and intimate atmosphere all make this a great place to spend a few hours in excellent company. A well kept cellar and choice of drinks means something for everyone.
In the small but quaint restaurant, food is served on Thursday evenings, 5.30 – 6.45pm (2 – 4 -12 early bird menu), Friday lunch, 12.30 – 2pm and evenings 5.30 – 8pm (Fish & Chip Night) and Saturday evenings 6.00 – 8.00pm (Steak Night). It is all locally sourced where possible and all home made.
Read what one of our customers said about us:
After a lengthy walk from Boston to Freiston Shore Nature Reserve and then back to Freiston, we were delighted to find the King’s Head open for lunch. The owner was most accommodating and we were immediately served a pint of well kept bitter
The menu was smartly presented and looked attractive: we opted for scampi and chips and gammon and chips and the tasty home-cooked food was served creatively in separate containers which made a nice change from having everything piled on one plate. The gammon was really large and succulent.
We just had enough room for a sweet and the lady in charge of the kitchen kindly came out to explain the options. She had just made a honeycomb cheesecake with crunchy bits and cream that morning and though it was no doubt teeming with calories, we thought it was exquisite–certainly the best cheesecake we had ever encountered!
Congratulations to the Kings Head on setting such a high standard!
Really friendly staff, lovely atmosphere...good beer
Went for the steak night, very well cooked, couple of beers, good food and atmosphere.
Great proper old pub. Friendly welcome .Food is lovely. Well worth a visit.
Went on a Thursday afternoon for lunch. Had a small menu but it was all that was needed, steak, sampi, chicken etc and for 2 for £12 you cannot complain at the price! Added bonus of being able to bring the dog inside, she even got a treat! Food was lovely, pub was quiet and the barman was wonderful