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The Kings Arms, Great Yarmouth - pub details

Kings Arms

Address: 229 Northgate Street, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR30 1BG [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 38691) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Great Yarmouth (0.3 miles), Berney Arms (4.6 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.2/10 (rated by 4 users)
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user reviews of the Kings Arms, Great Yarmouth

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The Kings Arms is an old hostelry set in the conservation area of lower Northgate Street situated close to the Market Place and adjacent to St Nicholas Church. The original building is estimated to date back to the sixteenth century and allegedly once had a significant amount of stables out the back.
It looks like it was formerly a multi roomed pub, but it is now one internal space with two main sections either side of the central bar area.
The left hand side and behind the bar is an area mainly set to tables for dining and then the right hand side is more pub lounge with a large screen TV, Wurlitzer Jukebox and some comfy leather seating
Then outback is a large beer garden with a sheltered patio area.
There are three handpumps on the bar and it is extensively an outlet for Woodfordes ales with Wherry and Nelsons Revenge on when we visited and is included on the Woodfordes Ale Trail. But the third pump now provides a regularly rotating guest beer according to the landlord, which was one of the Elgood brews on our visit.
The beers we tried were well kept and this is overall a nice pub for a decent pint.

Gann - 30 Mar 2012 11:39
Welcoming pub which seems to have something for everyone. Reasonably priced food (although I didn't try it), three well kept ales, $ky TV, juke box (noise was not overwhelming), beer garden and patio area out the back. Not far from the station so worth a little detour. Visited on a Sunday when there were various forms of entertainment in the garden and a barbeque going.
Rod_Hariga - 27 Jun 2009 15:12
The Kings Arms is an old pub that seems to have had a lot of recent work on it. The pub now seems to cater for drinkers/diners and families. To the right of the bar is an area called the sports bar. In this area is a large screen TV showing the British Grand Prix last Sunday. Underneath the TV is a Wurlitzer Jukebox and some comfy leather seating. Three handpumps with Wherry, Nelsons Revenge and Brains Old Brewery Bitter. The pub being in the latest Woodfordes Ale Trail switched us on to this place. To the left and behind the bar is an area of seating for diners. Outside at the rear is a garden and sheltered patio area with seating.
Love_good_ale - 27 Jun 2009 00:16

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