Due to a cancellation we do have a table available for Christmas Day please call 01832 720024 to inquire
The Historic King’s Head is one of the area’s Best-Kept secrets. Situated in the unspoilt village of Wadenhoe,and nestling alongside the picturesque River Nene, this 17th century Thatched Inn has been serving Locals and Travellers for over 400 years. We serve Delicious and Hearty Traditional Pub Fayre as well as the latest culinary creations from our talented chefs... plus of course real ales, ciders, spirits and a selection of wines from around the world to suit all tastes and pockets.
In summer, our grassy riverside paddock is a picturesque hive of activity, where drinkers can sit in the shade of the ancient pollarded willow trees and watch the colourful narrow boats negotiating the nearby lock.
We do Welcome Overnight Moorings but charge a fee of £10 if you do NOT use the pub.
The King's Head is the perfect venue to hold a summer party with our beautiful riverside setting and tasty food. We can offer menus to suit all needs starting from tasty buffets & BBQs through to amzing hog roasts & fresh salads.
In winter, the comfortable bar with its roaring logfire is always a welcoming draw, while the adjoining restaurant area is ideal for larger parties.
The surrounding countryside is regarded as among the most picturesque in the East Midlands and is ideal for ramblers. Two long-distance footpaths - the Nene Way and the Lyveden Way - pass the doorstep of the pub.
Our friendly and professional staff are always on hand to make your visit as enjoyable as possible.
We are a Dog friendly pub.
We invite you to explore our website for more details of the services we offer
To make a reservation please call us on 01832 720024.
At the King's Head, the customer always comes first
The Kings Head
The bar is closed between
3 – 6
Tuesday – Thursday
Bar hours are
12-11 Friday & Saturday
(Last Orders 15 minutes before Kitchen Closes)
Tuesday - Thursday
12 – 2 6 – 8:45
Friday & Saturday
12 – 2 6 – 9
12 - 2
12 – 6
Closed Sunday Evenings