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The Kings Head Inn, North Lopham - pub details

Kings Head Inn

Address: 16, The Street, North Lopham, Diss, Norfolk, IP22 2NE [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 18633) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Eccles Road (4.6 miles), Harling Road (4.6 miles)

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> Current user rating: 8.0/10 (rated by 6 users)
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other pubs nearby:

White Horse, South Lopham (1.3 miles), Red Lion, Kenninghall (1.6 miles), White Horse, Kenninghall (1.7 miles)

 

user reviews of the Kings Head Inn, North Lopham

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The beer was excellent as was the food. The staff couldn't have been friendlier. Called there for lunch on a cycle ride 22nd June 2011.
LindaM13 - 23 Jun 2011 18:59
quality pub. george n angie av turned this place bak into a great place 2 use-gud beer, luvly food. sausage n ale fest is highly recommended!
hopsgreennyellow - 11 Nov 2010 15:39
The King's Head opens again on Friday 14th November 2008. Here's wishing George and Angie every success in their new venture. Adnams, IPA and Wherry available now: more to follow. Food should be available from early December, following complete kitchen re-fit. phone 01379 688007 to check opening times and special events.
shrublander - 12 Nov 2008 15:31
Much better news than my previous report! The Kings Head has been bought by George and Angie and, as I write, they are making preparations to re-open in a couple of weeks or so (perhaps mid-November 2008). More details and a proper review will follow. Please note the phone number has changed - it is now 01379 688007
shrublander - 29 Oct 2008 13:12
Thatched country village pub a mile or so off the main Diss to Thetford road (or is it Thetford to Diss?) and the last of 4 pubs that were once found in the village. The future of this place is apparently in question as the owners are looking to sell which would be a great pity as the current knowledgeable and enthusiastic licencees appear to be doing an excellent job. 2 standard beers (Woodford Wherry and Adnams are complemented by a guest beer (Humpty Dumpty on my visit) usually sourced from one of the smaller local breweries. The main bar is dominated by a wonderful inglenook with stove, lots of brasses, old pictures of the pub, bottles and even a bugle. A grandfather clock ticks away in the corner, exploding into chime on the hour. Furnishings are fairly basic and rustic and behind a half timber screen is a large settle and interesting bottle rack. A separate public bar has another (apparently blocked) inglenook fireplace and traditional pub games including bar skittles, cribbage and shove halfpenny. 3 cats and a dog provide the entertainment along with piped music and quiz nights. A superbly run pub with good quality beers but perhaps a couple of pumps short of going up to the next level (a real cider and/or a mild would be welcome). It would be a shame if this place was lost as we found it one of the most welcoming pubs in the area during our short stay.
RogerB - 2 Oct 2007 16:18

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