Pub & People


The King’s Head Pub is a charming historic pub located in the village of Little Marlow.

With its wooden beams and cozy interior, the pub offers a warm and welcoming atmosphere for locals and visitors alike.

Interesting fact!

The King’s Head in Little Marlow dates back to the 17th century and has a rich history. In the 18th century, the pub was a popular spot for smugglers to hide contraband goods, and it is said that a secret tunnel leading to the Thames once existed beneath the pub. The pub was also used as a staging post for coaches traveling between London and Oxford, and it is rumored that King Charles II stayed at the pub on one of his journeys. Today, the pub retains much of its historic charm and serves as a beloved local gathering spot.



From the publican to our amazing chefs,  our team are the beating heart of The Kings Head

Take the time to get to know the faces behind bar, the notepad, and kitchen door and spark a conversation the next time you visit us. 

GM Kings Head


General Manager Matt our general manager loves a chat, a joke and a laugh with his guests, he believes nothing is ever too much trouble. He prides himself on remembering your drink, but it may take him a while to remember your name. With a new addition to his family, the pitter patter of little feet behind the bar is never too far away. He loves to get out and about with the family on his days off but never misses a chance for a knock about with some boules to relax.

GM Kings Head


Assistant Manager Joel has been at The King’s Head for over a year now and has loved every minute of it, he is one of the first people who will welcome you in, and he will go above and beyond to ensure that the service you receive from walking through the door to leaving gives you a reason to want to return. Looking to have a function in our Pavilion? Joel will be there to ensure that your requirements are met, and everything goes as smooth as possible!  Outside of work Joel loves to go to watch his favourite football team Brentford (on the rare occasion he has a Saturday off) as well as spending quality time with his family