We are currently researching the history of the Four Elms Inn, although we don't have much yet we hope to add to this in the near future, below is what have discovered so far.
The Four Elms Inns is a 16th century Grade II listed building with additions made in the 18th and 19th centuries. Although the building dates back to the 16th century it wasn't until 1881 it became a public house. The first landlord was Charles Faulkner. Besides being a landlord Charles was also a hop grower a useful trade for a landlord.
The small Kent village of Four Elms nestles in some of the most scenic rural locations in the whole of the county. Four Elms is focused on the crossroads On one side are the village petrol station and a picturesque pond with ducks; on the other there is a small village shop.
Opposite the 19th century parish church is the cricket pitch, and the popular church fete takes place in June on the village field.
From Four Elms you can explore Chartwell and Hever Castle. Nearby Broxham Manor is featured in one of the five circular Eden Valley walks, starting from Edenbridge.