The King William IV


Tucked away in the historic village of Sedgeford lies this friendly, award winning, 9 bedroom Inn; amid rolling countryside, less than a mile from the Peddars Way and conveniently close to Norfolk's Beautiful Coast.

You will immediately feel at home; log fires throughout the Winter, sunshine in the gardens during Summer; whether you are just living around the corner, enjoying a short visit or staying overnight The King William offers you a delightful relaxing escape into Country life.

Eat like a King... or Queen

Dining at The King William is informal with a choice of four restaurant areas. The dog friendly bar and gallery restaurant offer a relaxed atmosphere surrounded by paintings of the North Norfolk Coast, whilst the new garden restaurant (opened April 2009) and the recently refurbished conservatory restaurant (January 2010) are themed with Norfolk's migrating bird life.

The King William has built a fine reputation for its fresh fish, meat and poultry dishes and guests travel for miles for our Sea Bass and Steak & Ale pie. We offer the very best in locally sourced traditional home cooked country fayre. Daily specials and seasonal offerings such as steaming Brancaster Mussels complement our popular standard menu supported by an excellent range of beers, cask ales and fine wines.

Our 'Norfolk hospitality with a smile' comes with a realistic price tag, so you can enjoy it over and over again.

Dining Club

If you live in the postcode PE or NR area or are already a regular diner at the King William Country Inn and Restaurant why not join our Dining Club?

Please ask a member of staff for more details when you next visit or call us on 01485 571765 for further information.

Hours of work
Monday 6pm - 11pm Food until 9pm
Tuesday Thursday 11.30am - 11.00pm food 12 - 2.30pm and 6 - 9.00pm
Friday-Saturday 11.30am - 11.00pm food 12pm - 2.30pm and 6pm - 9.30pm
Sunday 12pm - 10.30pm food 12 - 2.30pm and 6pm - 8.30pm

Approaching from Kings Lynn - follow the A149 to Hunstanton and turn right at Norfolk Lavender in Heacham onto the B1454 signposted Docking, Sedgeford. After approx, 2 miles you will reach The King William IV on your right hand side.

Approaching from Fakenham follow the B1454 signposted Docking through Docking into the village of Sedgeford.


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