Nestled in the beautiful Elham Valley, between Canterbury and Folkestone, The Rose & Crown Elham is a Grade II listed building with 6 en-suite bedrooms.
The pub was originally timber framed and built in the 16th century. Most of it has been re-fronted, and extended at the south end, where a date stone gives the date 1740. The first game of Bar Billiards was played here in the Rose & Crown, Elham in 1932. David Gill of Ox Road Farm, North Elham was responsible for creating the first Bar Billiards table.
All of the food is prepared fresh to order and they source all the ingredients locally and seasonally. Dogs are very welcome in the bar, however they do not accommodate dogs in the restaurant.
They have 6 en-suite rooms in the old stable block comprising 2 upstairs doubles, 2 downstairs doubles, a twin and a large double / twin. All rooms have a bath & shower, freeview TV, hairdryer, and tea and coffee making facilities. There is a beautiful patio and lovely garden with views across the Elham Valley.