The Turks Head is a beautiful public house in the middle of Lincolnshire on the outskirts of Lincoln. We have some great beers on tap, an extensive list of local, domestic, and imported spirit and an extensive range of gins and draft specials.
At The Turks Head
Our Special Promotions
Can Change Almost Everyday!
Curry Wednesday’s, Steak Thursday’s, Fish Friday’s, Quiz Nights and Sunday Roasts. Check out our weekly specials!
Turks Head (Formally Talbots Head) The earliest document of the title held by this company is dated the 26th March 1814 in which Sir William Ingilby conveyed to Ann Trotter the Talbots Head Public House. Ann Trotter died in 1819 and the Public House changed hands several times between 1819 and 1837. In July 1854 John Stephenson passed away and bequeathed the newly named Turk Head to four of his close friends. The Pub remained in their hands until in 1912 it became the property of Edward Tetther. In April 1924 Arthur Tether, son of Edward conveyed the Turks Head to the family, who it remains until present day.