The King's Head, Ravenstonedale, is everything a good pub should be: warm, friendly and welcoming both to the local community and to visitors alike.
The King's Head is a place to relax and unwind over a drink or to enjoy a meal, freshly prepared from locally sourced produce. There is much to enjoy nearby including the upper Eden Valley, the Howgill Fells and beautiful rolling Cumbrian countryside.
In the bar and restaurant they serve a mixture of pub classics along with a few more modern dishes to tempt your taste buds. All the food is homemade – from the stocks to the warm bread rolls and what they believe are the best chunky chips for miles around. They serve food all day every day.
They have a new extensive wine list, plus a local fruit wine which changes monthly – come and give them a try! They always serve 3 real ales, the house ale is Jennings Cumberland and they pick 2 more from the many local breweries in the area. So you’re always guaranteed a taste of Cumbria.
The 6 en–suite bedrooms offer an ideal base for an overnight stay or an extended break. All the rooms have tea/coffee making facilities and flat screen TVs. Their aim is to ensure guests enjoy their stay with excellent food and drink, comfortable accommodation and friendly hospitality.
The King's Head is situated between the Lake District National Park and the Yorkshire Dales National Park and is therefore an ideal base from which to visit both. They are just 8 miles from the M6 and 4 miles from the town of Kirkby Stephen.
Ravenstonedale in Cumbria is designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty. The village is surrounded by rolling Cumbrian countryside and quiet country lanes that offer a wealth of leisure activities such as walking, cycling, horse riding, fishing and bird watching. The picturesque Eden Valley is nearby.