Heritage Lincolnshire, the Buildings Preservation Trust for the county, came to the building's rescue in 2016 as the building stood proud, but vulnerable to irreparable damage. Through fundraising and grants the Trust raised enough money to purchase the building and carry out the extensive restoration works that have been ongoing since February 2019. The building is now fully restored and transformed into a 9 bedroom B&B, Café and Community Room.
The history of The Old King's Head and its custodians reflects the cultural heritage of the local area, prosperous landlords and vigorous rivalries between the church, barmen and even their own clientele.
Since reopening The Old King's head welcomes families and visitors from far and wide to this fascinating and beautiful part of the country.
things to do in the area
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