The Kings Arms


High Street


Maidenhead SL6 9SJ

Tel: 01628 530667


The Kings Arms, originally known as The Kings Head was said to have derived from it being situated on the King’s highway. It is rumoured to have changed its name sometime between 1668 and 1754, perhaps to distance itself from being accused of revelling in the King’s death.

The village of Cookham offers many attractions including the opportunity to walk the beautiful Thames Path and across National Trust property. There is also The Stanley Spencer Gallery where visitors can browse a permanent exhibition of the artist's works.

Guests will be able to browse a new menu which includes a wide variety of freshly prepared classic pub dishes such as Slow Cooked Shoulder of Lamb, daily fresh fish dishes and Homemade Pie of the Day.  There is also a separate lunch menu offering freshly made sandwiches and salads, perfect if you’re just nipping in for a quick bite. 


Look out for the blackboard showing today’s specials, and the thoughtfully selected range of delicious vegetarian options.


There is an extensive wine selection to compliment the menu as well as a variety of continental lagers.  There is no need to book, just come in and we'll look after you.


The Kings Arms is a stylish pub containing many features that add to the traditional charm and character of the building. With roaring log fires, and several cosy but contemporary areas to enjoy, guests will get great, friendly service in a relaxed atmosphere.


FOOD SERVED: Daily 12pm-10pm Mon-Sat 12pm-9pm Sun


PRINCIPAL BEERS: Staropramen, Timothy Taylor, Amstel

FACILITIES: Beer Garden, Disabled Facilities, large beer garden, car park

As seen in the Cookham Tour


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