Welcome to The George IV

 
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London Pubs and Bars - The George IV, Chiswick W4 2DR - Facilities

 
 
 

Taking a fresh approach to providing a quality service in a traditional environment.
The George IV's history goes back to 1777 when it was formerly known as ‘The Lord Boston Arms’, until sometime after 1820 when George IV ascended the throne. Fuller Smith and Turner acquired the pub in 1820 and in 1838 the manager, George Cloud was running an omnibus service to the city.
The George is located in the district of West London called Chiswick (from the Anglo- Saxon meaning ‘Cheese farm’) originating from the riverside meadows and farms that supported an annual cheese fair held on Dukes Meadows up until the 18th century.
We are proud to be one of the flagships for Fullers and offer quality beers and drinks, great freshly cooked food, unbeatable service and the friendliest welcome.
We are always here to help and we never forget that in whatever we do we always ‘Take Pride’.
Our large function room is equipped with sound stage, multimedia, stand alone bar, food service and many other facilities to accommodate to your needs. Currently used as a stand-up comedy venue on Friday & Saturday nights, it was previously used by the BBC and MTV for location filming, the oppurtunities are endless!!

 
 
Beer Garden Covered Smoking Darts
Disabled Access Disabled Toilets Heated Patio
Outside Area Pay / View Sports Real Ale
WiFi Internet
 
 
Cask Marque Female Friendly Gay Friendly
Historic Pub Music Venue Open After Midnite
Open Fire Parking Facilities Table Reservations
 
 
Sports Venue Themed Venue Traditional Pub
 
Webpage last updated on Wednesday, 15th February 2012