Mr Andrew Judd
Napton on the Hill
T: +44 (0)1926 812202
Beer Garden, Cask Marque, Food Available, Open Fire, Parking
Monday to Thursday 12.00 noon - 3.00pm & 5.00pm - close
Friday to Sunday 12.00 noon - close
Pub dining times
Mon to Thurs - day 12.00 noon to 2.00pm
Mon to Thurs - eve 6.00pm to 10.00pm
Fri to Sat 12.00 noon to 10.00pm
Sunday 12.00 noon to 8.00pm
Reservations highly recommended. Please call 01926 812202 or email email@example.com.
Pride of Hooky Awards 2012
Winner - Pub of the Year
Joint Winner - Food Pub of the Year
Winner - Beer and Food Matching Pub of the Year
The Kings Head offers a friendly retreat to the local community, passing walkers and canal boaters.
The newly refurbished restaurant is perfect not just for diners but also for those looking to celebrate a special occasion or hold a business presentation.
Together with the quality of Hook Norton Ales, the Kings Head offers an Anglo-European menu fit for any King! The menu ranges from the more traditional 'Kings Head Classics' offering hand carved Honey Glazed Ham, Lasagne and Hooky Beer Battered Cod and Chips etc to a Grill section with succulent rump, rib-eye and horseshoe Gammon Steaks. Then there are the 'Kings Head Specials' offering slow-cooked blade of British Beef, Woodland Mushroom Risotto, Madeira Sauce and Vegetable Crisps, Feta stuffed Saddle of Lamb, char-grilled Mediterranean Vegetables, Saute Potatoes and Salsa Verde. There's always plenty on offer to tempt you including Fish and Vegetarian dishes. There is also a lighter lunchtime menu available (Mon-Sat) for those just wanting a snack whilst relaxing in the bar. Both of our menus are updated regularly and are therefore subject to change. If you would like a copy, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Kings Head is ideally situated on the A425 between Southam and Daventry.
Napton Village is situated upon a hill and overlooks the Oxford Canal, which has a flight of locks climbing up the hill. St Lawrence's Church offers a magnificent view over the canal and surrounding countryside. The local landmark is a restored windmill dating back to 1543 and can be seen from some distance away.