Kings Arms Reopening statement

Thank you for supporting us since 4th July we have been so lucky to have some great friends, regulars and customers from the Wing Community, the surrounding areas and further afield who have come and stayed, eaten, drunk or all of the above. We feel blessed to have you as our ‘Front Row’. We have also met many new faces who we look forward to welcoming back as soon as we are allowed and they are able. Going to plan and this will be Wednesday 2nd December 2020 at 12 noon.

We are taking bookings for any dates after the 2nd for tables to eat and room bookings. Jimmy will have created a great festive menu by then as he will be chomping at the bit to get back in the kitchen. Even after this long in his chef/cooking/catering career he has not lost the passion for food and cooking and loves what he does. Please do expect Game on the menu as this is our ‘thing’ although there will be plenty to meet all palettes, including our vegetarian menu.

Key Workers with paperwork that require a bed for the night. Please book directly with us.

We are opening on Christmas Day and will be offering a fabulous meal, we have a number of tables booked, but there is a small amount of availability left. So if you really do not want to plan the meal, do the mega meal shop, prep before and all Christmas Eve, then get up stupidly early Christmas to cook and clean and wash pots. Then let us take that stress, hassle and potential divorce scenario away and get booked in and have us wait on you and feed you. All you have to do is book your travel or book one of our en-suite rooms. Contact us Directly please.

Finally. Please click on the Home Food Link at the bottom to see what the offering is for meals prepared by Jimmy, but finished at home in the lockdown for a special meal without the headache. All completely ready to go into the oven. These are delicious meals that just need putting in an oven and then placing on your plate. Collection Friday and Saturday between certain times, see menu. They will last for 3 to 5 days in a fridge.