Kings Head Hotel, Masham
Book your staycation at the Kings Head Hotel today.
The Kings Head Hotel at Masham is one of our much-loved properties where you can expect home-from-home comfort, a warm welcome and great hospitality. Set in the heart of beautiful North Yorkshire, this 18th-century Georgian inn has a prominent position overlooking Yorkshire’s largest market square in the historic market town of Masham. It’s a perfect place to stay when exploring this stunning part of the country.
All our 27 en-suite bedrooms are tastefully furnished, spacious and full of character - everything you need for a restful night’s sleep. All you need to do is relax and unwind after a busy day of fun or work.
Eating with us? Unfortunately due to staff shortages we will be unable to offer evening meals on Wednesday and Thursday to our guests for the next few weeks. Breakfast will be available as usual. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause. Our restaurant has limited space, so to ensure that we can accommodate everyone at their chosen time, please book your table for lunch or dinner in advance to avoid disappointment.
This is a pet friendly hotel. There is limited availability on our rooms for pets and are offered on a first come, first served basis. All bookings with pets must be pre-booked - please contact the hotel directly or call 0345 608 6040 to check availability and to complete your booking.
All online bookings made online will also save 20% off food at our hotel restaurant during their entire stay. T&Cs apply.
Book With Confidence: Flexible bookings can be cancelled free of charge up to 12pm on the day of arrival. Plus, you don't need to make any payments until you check-in (just book with card to secure your booking). You may notice some differences in our hotels that are designed to keep you and our team safe and so your can enjoy a short break just like before.
Alongside our 5 key Pub Safe promises - we have taken extra measures to ensure all rooms are fully cleaned before you arrive: Enhanced cleaning, disinfecting of all hand contact services, reduced paper literature, anti-viral washing of all towels and linens and frequent cleaning of common areas.