The Kings Head is an attractive traditional public house and restaurant situated on the outskirts of the Norfolk village of Hethersett. This two-bar public house has a wealth of character and offers an attractive opportunity for a publican with significant food experience to integrate into village life. The pub has recently had an investment including external decorations and a new patio and pergola to the rear beer garden. Currently operating from a single split bar, servicing the lounge and restaurant areas, and a separate smaller bar serves the snug. There are approximately 14 covers in the main lounge area, next to the bar with a mix of comfortable seating and a good-sized log burner as a focal point. A spacious restaurant area provides 40 covers and is accessible from the main lounge. There is additionally a separate snug bar providing a further 14 covers with its own entrances and comfortable seating. The well-equipped trade kitchen is capable of producing a quality food offer and also benefits from a walk-in chiller. A very substantial beer garden is bounded by mature trees and shrubs to the rear of the property. This is accessible from the lounge bar and has a large, covered shelter that is suited to al fresco dining or a smoking area, boasting beautiful views over the garden. The Kings Head could accommodate a good-sized marquee for functions. Additional seating on traditional benches is available to the front of the pub. The car park is laid to gravel and can accommodation up to 15 vehicles, with additional parking available on the access road to the front of the pub. The car park also houses a number of garages and storage areas. The private accommodation is situated over two floors with office/lounge/kitchen, one bedroom, bathroom and toilet on the 1st floor and a large bedroom on the second floor.