Situated in Castle Street in Trowbridge, the ever-popular King’s Arms is looking forward to re-opening its doors and to serving visitors and regulars from Monday May 17th. Like most hospitality venues, the pub has been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, but will now really be bouncing back as one of the town’s best-loved venues for a pint (it’s featured in the 2021 Good Beer Guide), a great pub lunch, or maybe just a coffee.

From May 17th, the pub will reopen both inside and out, with Covid-19 regulations in place: opening hours will revert to as they were prior to the pandemic. If you’re looking for first-class traditional pub food, the menu will be staying the same, with of course a range of daily specials, plus of course the legendary King’s Arms Sunday Roast. Bookings are now being taken – call 07790 498 988 or 01225 751310.

The King’s Arms has always been a keen supporter of local Trowbridge charity, Stepping Stones. The pub will be raising funds once again in the summer months, with a charity Twenty20 cricket match against The Rose and Crown. This will be taking place on Sunday 22nd August, starting at 3pm at Trowbridge Cricket Club. Additionally, and always a great way of spending a couple of hours on a Sunday evening, the pub’s monthly Charity Quiz Night will be making a return on Sunday 11th July, and also on Sunday 15th August.

For much more information, please visit the pub’s website.