We are sorry to say that, due to the Very High Alert regulations, we are once again forced to temporarily close. We will review the situation if the tiers change - please watch this space for updates.
Fuller's At Home - Mother's Day Sunday Roast Feast
Treat Mum to the perfect cook at home Sunday lunch this Mother’s Day with a Fuller’s At Home Sunday Roast Feast. Your Mother’s Day Roast Feast includes all the key ingredients for a three-course Mother’s Day feast prepared by us, delivered to you.
We’ve even thrown in a very special bottle of award-winning bubbles with Laverstoke Park’s 2015 Vintage Biodynamic English Sparkling Wine. Easy-to-follow cooking instructions are included as well as a link to a cook along video with legendary chef, Brian Turner.
The King’s Arms is one of the most popular pub names in England – and that’s mostly thanks to King Henry VIII. During the Reformation, when the king disbanded the monasteries, publicans who’d previously nodded to their religion through their pub’s name (such as The Lamb and Flag) hastily changed the sign above the door. Some, such as The King Arms, took up names that reflected their loyalty to the king.
Over the years, the pub has changed its name several times. Originally known as the Corner House in the 1500s, it was later known as The Compasses before changing its name to The King’s Arms in 1795. Today, we pay tribute to the pub’s history by naming our beautiful boutique bedrooms after various kings.