The King's Head, Lymington
Our pick of the Lymington pubs on our most recent visit, the King's Head claims to be over three hundred years old and, from the higgledy-piggledy wooden frame and rambling interior, we've no reason to doubt this. It's just what you'd expect of an old pub in an old town - it's where you'd bring an American or European friend if they wanted to see an olde worlde pub. But this place doesn't just rely on architectural character to provide the attraction, the rest of the package is well up to scratch. You won't be disappointed by the range of beer on offer - with five well-kept ales on the hand pumps - and there's a good range of other booze if that doesn't take your fancy. The food is pretty decent with giant portions of well-turned-out pub grub. The service is excellent and the whole place friendly. It's pokey nature does mean it can get crowded, but seek this place out at quieter times and you'll see why we like it. Cheers!
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Quay Hill, Lymington, Lymington, Hampshire, SO41 3AR
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