The King’s Head in Tealby is a fantastic place to eat and have a drink. It is the oldest thatched pub in Lincolnshire which can be traced as far back as circa 1367.
The place looks both historical and modern, with the building left the way it originally looked as and was just added a few things to make it nicer and more comfortable a place to eat at. The place has an intriguing yet classy atmosphere, with well arranged things as well as well-lighted place. There’s a lot of space, so no worries there. The setting is just lovely and indescribable
Facilities of the place include a beer garden, a car parking, a function area for occasions, a separate smoking area, and a big cosy place with wireless internet connection, which seems unlikely in a historical and old place.
The staff members are faultless. They gave off a very warm welcome to everyone who came in and was friendly and helpful in every way and in every opportunity. The atmosphere is fabulous and good. However, since the place is good, it tends to be very busy, making the service slower than usual. This is understandable but still quite sad.
The food they serve is just great. All of them are excellently home-cooked food made from a variety of fresh and local products. The portions are generous and is cooked perfectly, which makes it really tasty. They also have some real ales for a refreshing meal.
The place is good and is actually friendly to everyone without discrimination on whether you are a disabled person, gay, or even if you’re a pet.
Monday 12:00 noon – 8:00 pm
Tuesday – Saturday 11 am – 11 pm
Sunday 12 noon – 8:00 pm
11 Kingsway, Tealby