The King William IV

Historic Inn in Hunstanton, Norfolk

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

Heacham Road, Sedgeford
Hunstanton
Norfolk
England
PE36 5LU

The King William IV, Hunstanton

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The King William IV is a welcoming multi Award Winning Country Inn & Restaurant in the rolling countryside of Sedgeford, Norfolk. Near Hunstanton, Sandringham beaches of the North Norfolk Coast & central to RSPB famous Bird Reserves. Experience the real taste of Norfolk in a choice of restaurant areas alfresco dining and garden.

Real Ales and a selection of fine wines are served from the bar in a friendly atmosphere. The King William offers you a delightful relaxing escape into Country Life!

Situated for more than 175 years in the historic village of Sedgeford amid rolling countryside yet less than a mile from the Peddars Way and a few miles from Norfolk's Beautiful Coast. You will immediately feel at home; log fires throughout the Winter sunshine in the gardens during Summer. A la carte & daily specials are served for lunch and dinner in a choice of informal restaurants bar alfresco dining area and or garden.

Real Ales Wines & Posh Pop are available from the bar. Sleeping at The King William IV is comfortable in one of our nine luxury double bedrooms. All rooms are en-suite with bath/shower/WC sound proofed and are furnished to a very high standard with local handmade pine furniture King-Size beds TV Wi-Fi hairdryer and coffee/tea making facilities.

Our bathrooms are sparkling and feature power Showers and 'The White Company' amenities. A wide range of information and local knowledge is available to assist your choice of leisure during your stay. Whether it's cycling the country lanes walking the ancient Peddars Way Nature Trail or Beach driving the coast road through many picturesque villages with their galleries and shops bird watching at the RSPB reserves at Snettisham and Titchwell or playing the challenging Championship Links courses at Old Hunstanton and Brancaster its all within a short driving distance from our front door.

After a great nights sleep and our award winning breakfast you are ready to explore the area. With beautiful interesting Norfolk on our doorstep no day can start better.

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