The oldest pub in Hythe, the Kings Head has stood proudly on the high street since 1583 - with superb ales and food the secret of the pub’s long-standing success.
The pub wears its 400 years of history with pride, reflected in a marvellous old inglenook fireplace now home to a delightfully glowing wood-burning stove. Providing a warm welcome in winter, it’s the perfect spot to sit and enjoy a peaceful pint - with excellent Kentish cask ales and seasonal brews making the Kings Head a haven for Hythe’s ale aficionados.
Dishes crafted from locally sourced produce are served all day every day, both in the traditional, relaxed bar and in the charming dining area - which can be hired exclusively for large groups or private functions.
A superb wine list is also available - and in summer, liquid refreshment can be enjoyed al fresco courtesy of a courtyard garden and a heated, sheltered decking area that lets you linger long into the evening.
Whatever the season, and whether you’re here for dinner, drinks or both - you’re sure to enjoy the experience of Hythe’s most historic pub.