The King William IV is a family friendly, pub, bar, and restaurant that’s a great place to relax, unwind and dine in the optimum style and comfort.
Whether you’re looking for a place to tuck into a delicious three-course meal, a devilish dessert or a scrumptious Sunday lunch, The King William IV should be your first port of call.
This premium pub is also a great place to enjoy a spot of al fresco dining on a sunny day. Featuring a spacious outdoor area, it’s the perfect spot to enjoy a refreshing pint in the sun or a healthy salad!
If you’re driving, there’s plenty of car parking is available on site. Of course, if you have any questions about our menus, special offers, or group dining services, please do not hesitate to get in touch. Our friendly and helpful team is always on hand to answer any of your questions.
Located in the town of Chigwell in the Epping Forest district of Essex, The King William IV is easily accessible by road and public transport, as well as on foot.
A number of TfL bus routes run through the area, providing regular and reliable access. The King William IV is also just a three minute walk from Chigwell Tube Station, whilst Grand Hill station is also close by. Both of these stations are on the Central Line.
Hainault Forest Country Park is close by, offering plenty of wide open spaces, woodland, lakes, and grassland for you to explore. The park is also home to adventure play areas, a woodland trail, Foxburrows Farm and Zoo, a fishing lake, a picnic area, and a forest nature trail. Once you’ve worked up a healthy appetite, call into The King William IV to tuck into one of our tempting dishes.
Chigwell is also just a stone’s throw from Epping Forest. This 6000 acre area of national and international conservation importance is a significant habitat for wildlife and offers the perfect spot for walkers and families looking to explore the great outdoors. The forest also plays host to a diverse range of events throughout the year and there are plenty of activities to get involved in, including everything from walking, running, cycling, horse riding, angling, football and golf.
Just 12 miles north-east of Charing Cross, The King William IV is also within easy reach of the many sights and sounds of central London, such as the London Eye, the Tower of London, and the many shops on Oxford Street.