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KING WILLIAM IV
15 High Street
Kempston
Bedfordshire
MK42 7AL

KING WILLIAM IV

15 High Street

Kempston

Bedfordshire. MK42 7AL.

Trading Style –  Destination community food house.   


Grade II listed in 1962, the King William IV dates back to the 1600s, making it one of the oldest buildings in Kempston and something of a local institution, attracting a loyal local crowd from Kempston as well as regular visitors from nearby Bedford and Milton Keynes. With a reputation built upon wholesome, traceable and sustainable quality pub food, the King William is renowned for its warm welcome and enticing environment, not to mention its versatility. Flagstone floors and a feature fireplace give it all the charm you’d expect of a delightful country pub, yet its space-efficient interior layout makes it a preferred venue for everything from coffee mornings to business meetings, and not forgetting its legendary Sunday night quiz. Meanwhile the spacious rear garden, accommodating a dozen wooden benches, is the perfect spot to enjoy a drink in the summer months.


Suitable Applicants:

The King William IV has incredible potential for a modern operator who understands both town and village life and is keen to become an integral part of their local community. A strong focus on food is essential to build upon the pub’s already strong dining reputation, as is an eye on events and a passion for great cask ale.  


The trading area is divided into four clear zones being the lounge bar, restaurant, dining area and snug. There is a well-equipped catering kitchen with stainless steel appliances and work surfaces. The kitchen also benefits from a walk-in freezer. There is a ground floor cellar with cooling and racking. The accommodation is situated on the first floor and benefits from 2 double bedrooms, 2 single Bedroom, Bathroom, lounge and a fitted kitchen.



Approximate Ingoing Funds Required  £38,000 (this does not include the purchase of Fixtures and Fittings – the payment of which can be spread over the term of the agreement/ Rent- £59,000 p.a.