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Thursday, September 13, 2012

Ye Olde King's Head Chester

The Ye Olde King's Head in Chester is an historic pub with the building dating from 1622. The name is from King Charles II who stayed nearby in Gamul House during the English Civil War of the 1640s.

Ye Olde King's Head

The Ye Olde King's head offers accommodation as well as fine ales and a restaurant. The interior is atmospheric with oak-beamed ceilings and also old-wives' tales of a ghost.

Ye Olde King's Head Chester, UK

Chester's other attractions include the Roman Amphitheater, the Roman Gardens, Grosvenor Park, the River Dee, St John's Church, the Meadows, Chester Cathedral and the Rows. Chester's many other pubs include the riverside Boathouse and the Victoria at the Cross.

Ye Olde King's Head Chester, Cheshire, UK

Ye Olde Kings Head
48-50 Lower Bridge Street

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