Pub Vacancy

Arkell's

The King's Arms Hotel, Malmesbury

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Host

Quentin Tailford

Where

29 High Street,
Malmesbury,
Wiltshire
SN16 9AA

Tel

(01666) 823383

    Situated in the centre of the historic and beautiful hilltop town of Malmesbury. The hotel has 12 en-suite letting rooms, all differing in layout and each with their own unique character.

    - 12 beautifully appointed rooms
    - Restaurant
    - 2 bars & garden
    - Sunday lunch
    - Function rooms
    - Wedding venue

    This variety allows the King's Arms to provide a wide range of accommodation types - we can provide single and double rooms, as well as twin rooms and rooms on the ground floor for those with limited mobility.

    We have no minimum night booking requirements and welcome group bookings as well as individual enquires. All of our room rates include a cooked breakfast and service.

    Eating

    The Kings Arms has an enviable reputation for serving food that always exceeds expectations - whether that's a quick bite in the bar or a full 4-course a la carte affair in our main restaurant.

    Just like the bar, the restaurant has been tastefully decorated to make the most of the building’s personality, but with lots of subtle touches to make it feel really special. Combined with a menu of fine British dishes that offers superb value it's the perfect place to enjoy food at its best.

    Drinking

    The King's Arms also has two very different bars separated by a covered walkway.

    The first is the traditional and cosy hotel bar which opens up onto a full sized restaurant area. The second is the sportsman's bar across the way which comes to life on weekends.

    Current vacancies

    "Being a Licensee is a fine and rewarding job", says Chris, and it helps that the Arkell’s directors are approachable. "We had a lot of help and they provide us with regular information, but ultimately it's up to us."

    Chris Manners is the Licensee of three Arkell’s pubs. The Rusty Bicycle, The Rickety Press and The Bottle of Sauce