Visited the Kings Arms en route to London. A delightful "olde English" establishment on the main street of Old Amersham. We were dismayed at first to find no tea or coffee making facilities in the room and went out to a local coffee shop as a result. Most unusual for any place to fail to offer such a thing nowadays. However, on our return, I noticed a large drawer beneath the bedroom desk which displayed a small teapot symbol and, presto! there was the tea and coffee inside!
Dined in the bar in the evening,rather than the restaurant, and this had a different menu to the latter and ordered fresh Cornish mackerel which was delicious. The bar was busy but not over crowded and the local ales were first class (some straight out of the keg).
Most bedrooms are out in the rear of the building in a separate rebuilt stable block - all tastefully done - and there is excellent off-street parking.The Kings Arms is seemingly one of many eponymous hotels run under the auspices of the Zola Group.
Would we return? Yes!More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking