King’s Head Inn Restaurant

With the exception of Christmas at the King’s Head Inn and Group Functions, the restaurant is closed until June 9, 2018.

To learn more about Christmas at the King’s Head Inn, click here.

Group Functions

Kings Landing offers a unique setting for your meeting or event. If you’re looking to step back in time—away from ordinary business meetings or events—then look no further! The King’s Head Inn can provide you with a historical experience for your group, complete with live entertainment, costumed staff and hearty meals. We also offer a more subdued 21st century service with wait staff at the ready to make your event a memorable one.

Let us create and customize a unique experience that your friends and family or business group will remember for years to come.

Call Lisa Wilby at (506) 363-4966 or email lisa.wilby@gnb.ca to start planning your event today!

*Office hours at 8:30-4:30 M-F* 


It’s 1855 and the King’s Head Inn is all a bustle. Mr. Holyoke may be away, but you can still experience his fine hospitality. Here, costumed servers offer hearty meals and light lunches sure to leave you satisfied and asking for the recipe. A beautiful landscape and an English-style pub enhance the authentic atmosphere. 

That’s right, we said English-style pub…

Enjoy libations how they were meant to be. Sample our very own Simeon Jones amber ale, or taste the mead of our onsite cultured bees! You can hear the bees hard at work at our apiary on the West side.

The restaurant and pub are open daily during the summer from 11:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. and other times by reservation for groups

Typical fare at the Inn includes traditional recipes lost to time, and more modern day favorites to ensure you and yours find the perfect culinary accent to your historical experience.

Don’t forget about our Group Functions and Themed Dinners —enjoying the King’s Head Inn has never been such a memorable experience!

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