The Highwayman

This cosy, welcoming pub was built in the 17th Century as a brewery, supplying the many local pubs. It later became a public house itself and has had a number of names during its long history. It is currently named after the Highwayman, William Fairall born in Horsmonden. He was a senior member of the notorious Hawkhurst Gang who terrorised the South East during the 18th Century and his body was returned and displayed in the village following his execution in 1747.

Situated on the attractive and popular Village Green (known as The Heath), which hosts a number of events throughout the year. These include traditional May Day celebrations, Morris dancing and a fortnightly Farmers' Market during the summer.