The King Charles Inn is one one the oldest pubs in Poole, Just off Poole Quay in Thames St. It was previously named – The New Inn and became a public house around 1770. The building itself can be dated to around 1550. The Main part of the pub was built in Tudor period, oriel windows and black and white timber framed walls all form part of its history. Once inside you are transformed back in time, the pub still has most of its original features, Wooden Wall Paneling, Old Roof Beams and a Stunning Fireplace.
The King Charles serves excellent food daily and hosts a delicious Sunday Carvery with a choice an excellent choice of meats. They also put on some great entertainment upstairs in a setting that takes you back in time, with its large timbers and stone. This room is also available for private functions.