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The King William IV, Milford - pub details

King William IV
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Address: The Bridge, Milford, Belper, Derbyshire, DE56 0RR [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 20997) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Duffield (1.1 miles), Belper (1.6 miles), Ambergate (4.4 miles)

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Continues to provide an excellent service, with a good range of ales always available.

Friendly and efficient service in a lovely old stone building on the A6. I've enjoyed many good visits over the years.
twohalves - 17 May 2014 12:24
Great old pub in a beautiful area.
Muzzy - 20 Apr 2014 12:53
Cracking little boozer. Visited on our holiday in the Peaks on the second day of their beer festival. Great selection of beers and a cracking atmosphere, very helpful bar staff, he gave us bus timetable information as well as good beers! Dog friendly, just a good old English pub.
Fulhampete - 1 Oct 2013 10:49
This year's beer festival was the catalyst for our first visit here, having never been able to swerve away whilst en route to the Holly Bush before now. Lovely old stone building running along a good length of the A6, albeit on an awkward corner with nothing but on-road parking. For all iTs overall size, the bar area is small and shallow, running about 25 yards along the building, but only 12 feet deep. A well-chosen list of 16 ales from near and further afield was available, 13 direct from barrels to one-side of the bar area and three more on tap. Good busy atmosphere swiftly built up to a packed hubbub as it turned 9pm.
The barstaff were all of the elder vintage as described elsewhere and were a little taciturn in their approach to serving, seeming to not find much to smile about and having trouble identifying one of the advertised beers, in that we heard someone ask for it, but they couldn't say which barrel it was in as they had simply numbered the barrels against the beer list and couldn't match up the number on the barrel to the number on the list successfully. That aside, the two much younger lads dispensing the beer from the stillage were cheerful, friendly and polite, so it was all generally a very pleasant hour or so.
Gristy - 20 Apr 2012 16:52
Looks idyllic (as is much of the area), but Pedigree was average. Went on live music night, which was packed, so turnover shouldn't have been an issue. Worth a trip back though.
mtaylor40 - 4 Feb 2010 22:56

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