Originally a cottage home of a Mousehold shepherd 'The King William' IV tavern (Please note we are a TavernPublic House) now stands in the garden grounds. It has been a tavern for at least 177 years and is mentioned in Joseph Manning's 1834 servey of licensed premises. Telegraph Lane in those days would have been no more than a footpath leading from Gas Hill to Yarmouth Road. The lane was named after the semaphoring system used in 1807 when the site of the water tower was used as a vantage point to receive signals from Great Yarmouth in the event of a French invasion.Our public bar is open all day from 11am for drinks or coffee. There is no fixed time for your breakfast when checking in please tell us what time you would like your breakfast. The popular restaurant is open to the public from 11am - 9pm for breakfast lunch snacks and evening meals we offer a varied lunch and dinner menu with dishes carefully chosen to make the most of local seasonal produce.The convenient location of The William IV Tavern ensures the 5 en-suite bedrooms are a popular choice for visitors requiring bed and breakfast. The main City Centre is under a mile away providing easy access to the train and bus station in less than 10 minutes.
Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout, Disabled Facilities, Cots available, Car parking available onsite, Wi-Fi Available, Restaurant, TV, Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room, Hairdryer in each room, Iron And Board In Each Room, Childrens Facilities - Outdoor, Ground floor bedrooms, Disabled Access Public Areas, Disabled Access Bedrooms, Disabled toilets on ground floor, Wheelchair Access, Wheelchair Access To Reception, Wheelchair Access To Restaurant, Wheelchair Access To Bar, Wheelchair Access To Disabled Car Parking Spaces, Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas, Wi-Fi Available In Rooms, Bar, Breakfast to go, [Channels] News, [Channels] Movies (Free), [Channels] Music