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The Kings Arms boasts all the charm you'd expect from a Cotswold hotel and pub, with oodles of quirky character thrown in. You're always greeted with a warm, friendly smile at the Kings, where you'll find cosy, comfortable accommodation, a refreshing drink, and top quality, freshly prepared locally sourced food. Whether you're staying in Stow-on-the-Wold overnight, or are just day-tripping, come and enjoy our fun and friendly atmosphere - it's what we're known for!

See our exceptional mid-week and weekend break special offers, or pop in for a cold drink, coffee, lunch, or stay a while for a hearty, delicious dinner.
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read more › The Kings Arms is a charming 500-year-old former coaching inn, built from Cotswold stone and situated on the corner of Stow-on-the-Wold's historic Market Square. You'll be in good company when you visit us - Charles I stayed here at the time of the Battle of Naseby in 1645; The BBC filmed their adaptation of Thomas Hardy's 'Mayor of Casterbridge' at the Kings Arms; Mindy of Mork and Mindy fame has dined here; the Top Gear trio - Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May - recently breakfasted with us whilst filming in Stow; and James Corden of 'Gavin and Stacey' popped in to use our facilities!

read more › The rooms at the Kings Arms are all stylishly decorated in contemporary Cotswold country style with modern en-suite bathrooms. Each has a TV, hairdryer and tea and coffee making facilities. The main building accommodates seven en-suite bedrooms, some with a steep climb up the original staircase which is rewarded with a view out across Market Square. The three split-level 'stable' rooms are in the courtyard on the site of the original coaching inn stables. These have a sitting room, TV, hot drink making facilities and en-suite bathroom downstairs, and a mezzanine floor bedroom upstairs.

read more › The Kings Arms restaurant is a true hidden gem, combining quirky contemporary style with the warmth and character of one of the Cotswolds' oldest, most historic Inns. The stylish restaurant features glass top and hand painted vintage tables, bar, comfy sofas, real log fire for the cold winter and a stunning view across the old Stow Market Square. We pride ourselves on the use of local produce, Farmers and Butchers to create traditional dishes, and our menus change regularly to make the most of seasonal produce.

read more › 1. Celery 2. Cereals containing Gluten 3. Crustaceans 4. Eggs 5. Fish 6. Lupin 7. Milk 8. Molluscs 9. Mustard 10. All food is prepared fresh to order and some dishes may take a minimum of 20 minutes, if time is of the essence please let us know. Wherever possible we use locally sourced ingredients, please let us know of any special dietary needs so we can cater for them. All food is prepared in a kitchen where allergens are present therefore we cannot guarantee that dishes will not contain traces.

read more › Blending cosy Cotswold style with warm, contemporary colours and quirky vintage touches, the Kings Arms bar has many traditional features and a warm smile always awaits. Local characters swap stories over a pint, and drinkers and diners sit side-by-side soaking up the fun and friendly atmosphere. Many an hour is lost here when intriguing tales of the hotel ghosts are told around the comforting log burner as the Stow mist descends upon another fun-filled night at The Kings. We stock a selection of real ales, lagers, wines, spirits, gins and hot drinks whilst you can also enjoy food and bar snacks from any of the menus in the bar.

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