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Situated in the heart of Teddington, The King’s Head is the local favourite. A beautiful pub with two cosy snug areas and a spacious brasserie with a pretty private dining room, it is perfect for all events. The Garden Room can be privately hired for up to 40 people, The Snugs up to 30, The Tent can seat up to 100 and we have an Alcove perfect for smaller parties up to 11. Please speak to our team to discuss hosting the perfect event and to receive more information on our gorgeous spaces.

With a hidden courtyard to the rear, this is the pub for all occasions. There is a heated outdoor tent to the side for year-round dining – don’t be surprised if this venue is privately hired for weddings and other celebrations, they’ve hosted it all!

Whether you want somewhere for a quick drink with friends or a meal with great service, food and atmosphere, The King’s Head is the perfect spot for you. 

Bring your dog too…they are welcome in the bar, garden and tent.

The King’s Head are now taking reservations for Christmas.


Guide Prices

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Map & Directions

The King's Head

Type:Public House

123 High Street, Teddington, London, TW11 8HG

Tel: 020 3166 2900

Opening Times

Season (1 Jan 2023 - 31 Dec 2024)
Monday - Sunday12:00 - 23:00

* Open all week

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