Four Elms nestles beneath the North Downs, near two historic attractions, Chartwell and Hever Castle.
Four Elms nestles beneath the North Downs, near two historic attractions, Sir Winston Churchill's house, Chartwell and Hever Castle the home of Henry VIII's wife, Anne Boleyn.
The Four Elms Inn has a great traditional atmosphere. With three open fires together with a large beer garden. You can eat in our restaurant or in the bar area.
"Three of us plus the dog went in there last night. Friendly welcome from barman and the few locals in the public bar area. Harveys and Larkins available. Nice pint of the latter. Lovely fire in the inglenook fireplace kept burning whilst we enjoyed our drinks. Other areas of the pub used as restaurant and general seating with more plush furnishings. Toilets clean and tidy. Large carpark outside. This pub deserves a visit if you are passing. Occasional live music. Unpretentious and a welcome in the Public or the Saloon Bar if you are in work/walking clothes or in smarter attire."
"Been in three time this last month, beer kept well, Harveys, Doombar,Otter and the local Larkins. Bar staff very friendly and attentive. Food looked good. Will be back next month when in the area."
"The Four Elms has now been re opened since November last year and it is a lovely little character pub. Log fires, a warm welcome and lovely food. Can't wait for the summer to sit in the garden and watch the world go by."