Welcome to The Ye Olde Kings Head.
A Tudor style property built in 1622 (The Stuart period) but erected on the foundations from the 13th century.
The building is recorded in the national heritage list for England as a designated Grade II* listed property.
The building was constructed for Peter the Clerk in 1208, he was the administrator of Chester castle. Having been trading for over 300 years (since 1714 to be precise) the Ye Olde Kings Head offers a unique British majestic experience.
The building is now operating as a pub on the ground floor a medieval restaurant with a private Kings dining room on the first floor and a 7-bed boutique hotel on the second floor.
17th Century Rooms
Chester Races 2020
Book for the 2020 season