If the idea of hosting your wedding breakfast in a beautiful historic pub sounds appealing, you need to check out The William IV in Kensal Green. Built during the 1830s when William IV was on the throne, this Northwest London pub boasts all kinds of original features, from smart wood panelling to original fireplaces, high ceilings and large windows that allow light to flood inside, making it a lovely setting in which to celebrate your big day.
The staff at The William IV understand that this occasion is one of the most important in a couple’s life together, so are on-hand to ensure your dream reception goes off without a hitch. Many brides and grooms to be choose to book The Clarence Room, together with Dorothy’s Gin Garden for their big day, as this allows for alfresco drinks and photos followed by a seated wedding breakfast indoors. The Clarence Room seats up to 100 guests and has its own toilet facilities, while Dorothy’s Gin Garden can accommodate up to 100, including 40 in a covered area.
If your party is bigger than 100, there’s the option to hire the main bar and dining room, which has space for up to 300 guests. Conversely, if your wedding breakfast is set to be an intimate affair with just your nearest and dearest, The Nelson Room which seats between 10 and 30 guests might be preferable.
Whichever space you go for, you can rest assured that the friendly staff will guide you through the possible menus and wine lists, taking care of all the little details so you can just enjoy your special day. Whether you’re having finger food for your wedding breakfast or sitting down to a multi-course meal, you can feel confident in the quality thanks to the pub’s use of local suppliers and seasonal produce throughout their menus.