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There has been a building on this site since the 14th century when a farmhouse was constructed, and the pub website has much information about its history. Today it is a cosy pub restaurant with several different rooms with low ceilings and an Inglenook fireplace. It is very convenient for Junction 4 of the M25, and parking is available. The menu varies to include seasonal specialities.
Unfortunately, in July 2022, the R7 bus route which used to pass close to the pub was re-routed and no longer does so. So there is no convenient access by public transport any more. The alternatives are a walk of about 1200 metres from the centre of Chelsfield or a longer walk of about 1700 metres from Knockholt station, which is in zone 6. For those interested in walking please consult the Pub Walks section of the Bromley CAMRA website and refer to routes 26 and 27. The link is below.