Druid's Head in Kingston Market Place asks for guest rooms for drinkers

Kingston pub asks for guest rooms for drinkers

Kingston pub asks for guest rooms for drinkers

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A Kingston town centre boozer could soon have guest rooms for sleepy drinkers.

Greene King who owns the Druid’s Head in Kingston’s Market Place has applied to Kingston Council to allow for guest rooms on part of the first, second and third floors of the pub.

The Druid’s Head is a grade two listed building.

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1:01pm Sun 1 Jun 14

emelem says...

Not a bad idea on the surface. Brings in revenue and keeps people safe :-)

funny tho, the regulars might become ultimately regular and just move in! The last step for the raging alchie ;-)
Not a bad idea on the surface. Brings in revenue and keeps people safe :-) funny tho, the regulars might become ultimately regular and just move in! The last step for the raging alchie ;-) emelem
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11:44am Mon 2 Jun 14

DB says...

I think it is a nice idea if done right. It would be nice to be able to put visitors from outside the area up in a nice part of Kingston for a change.

I hate it when people come to visit me and have booked into the Travelodge on Old London Road. A nice day out around Kingston is often ruined when I lead them fhrough the puking and fighting masses outside the Kings Tun and Oceana only to find they have a room where they can actually hear the sound of the nightclub through the wall!

Kingston is a mixed area, and I don't think anyone wants to pretend it is all wine and roses, but it would be nice to have some accommodation options that weren't at the lowest end of the scale.
I think it is a nice idea if done right. It would be nice to be able to put visitors from outside the area up in a nice part of Kingston for a change. I hate it when people come to visit me and have booked into the Travelodge on Old London Road. A nice day out around Kingston is often ruined when I lead them fhrough the puking and fighting masses outside the Kings Tun and Oceana only to find they have a room where they can actually hear the sound of the nightclub through the wall! Kingston is a mixed area, and I don't think anyone wants to pretend it is all wine and roses, but it would be nice to have some accommodation options that weren't at the lowest end of the scale. DB
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