The King’s Head is an 18th Century Georgian Inn overlooking Masham's historic market square.
This well-loved inn boasts a cosy bar with a roaring log fire, popular with both locals and visitors alike. Settle back into one of the comfortable chairs and soak up the atmosphere whilst perhaps enjoying a locally brewed real ale; both Theakstons and Black Sheep are brewed in Masham. For the balmy summer months, there’s a terrace available, perfect for outdoor drinking and dining, and for those looking to celebrate, or to get down to business, their versatile function room is available for use.
The stylish restaurant offers diners seasonal and locally sourced produce alongside popular pub classics as well as an extensive vegetarian and vegan menu. Delicious Sunday roasts are available including succulent glazed gammon and slow cooked rib of beef as well as a wide variety of steaks, gourmet pies and sharing plates ensuring every taste is catered for.
The King’s Head has 27 strikingly decorated rooms which are both full of character and offer everything you’d expect for a good night’s sleep including black out blinds and crisply made beds. Fully equipped and stylish bathrooms come as standard and a hearty full English breakfast is included.
Located in the Yorkshire Dales, Masham sits on the bank of the River Ure offering visitors glorious walks along its banks. The town itself is steeped in history, with the 7th Century church featuring in the Doomsday book. The square is still home to a bustling twice-weekly market, which has been taking place for nearly 800 years. The town is an excellent base for visits to Harrogate, Thirsk and both Jervaulx and Fountains Abbeys.