The safety of our staff and customers is our priority.
Whilst we await further guidance from the Government, and the Hospitality Industry on the relaxing of social distancing, and on the wearing of masks, we will operate with all safety measures in place, and with social distancing. The wearing of masks inside whilst moving around will be mandatory. Masks can be removed whilst seated and/or eating.
We thank you for your understanding and compliance with this to keep our staff and our customers safe.
For any other enquiries, please email on GM@thekingshead.co.uk.
Thank you, and stay safe
The Kings Head Team.
What to do if you fall ill with COVID-19 symptoms whilst visiting
If you develop COVID-19 symptoms during your visit, do not ignore or try to hide your symptoms. If you develop COVID-19 symptoms during your visit, do not ignore or try to hide your symptoms. It is important you act quickly to help yourself and protect those around you. It is your responsibility to stay safe and keep others safe.
COVID-19 symptoms are:
• A new, continuous cough
• High temperature
• A loss or change to your sense of smell or taste
If you feel unwell and experience any COVID-19 symptoms, you must
• Stay indoors and self-isolate
• Arrange a test using your holiday address
Do not ignore the symptoms: self-isolating and getting tested quickly is the best way that you can stay safe and protect others.
You MUST notify your accommodation provider.
If you need medical advice whilst you wait for your test results, please contact your regular (home) GP or call 111.
If you are staying or travelling with others, they must self-Isolate and take appropriate action based on your test result.
How do I book a test?
• Online: www.nhs.uk/coronavirus
• Call: 119
Please use the address of your holiday address which is: –
The Kings Head
The Street, Whiteparish, SP5 2SG
Test results are issued by text or email so you do not need to wait for your results if you are due to return home before your result may arrive. You must return home the most direct way and do not use public transport.
What should I do if my test is positive?
If you feel well enough to travel and do not need to use public transport, you should return home as quickly and directly as you can.
If you feel so unwell that you cannot travel or cannot avoid public transport, you should continue to isolate and call 111 for further advice.
It is important that you do not use public transport, you must tell your accommodation provider that you have tested positive.
If you are unwell and cannot return home, you will be expected to pay all costs to your accommodation provider.
My test was negative, can I stay?
Stay and enjoy your visit as planned but if you need medical assistance please call your own regular (GP) or call 111.
Who do I need to contact if I’m unwell?
• If you are ill and need medical advice, call 111 or your own GP
• In the event of a medical emergency, call 999
For further advice on COVID-19 visit:
UK Government: gov.uk/coronavirus
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Friday - Saturday 12pm – 11pm
Sunday 12 noon – 6pm
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Friday - Saturday 12pm - 9pm
Sunday 12pm – 4pm