The Elms, 1060 London Road, Leigh-on-Sea, Essex, SS9 3ND
High chairs available | Baby changing available | Kids menu | Breastfeeding friendly | Bottle feeding supported
“The Elms was named after Adam’s elm, a magnificent tree which stood for many years between what is now Station Road and Cranleigh Drive. The elm gave its name to the farm and the nearby area. The farmland was sold for development in the 1860s, and the farmhouse became the Elms Hotel in the 1930s.
“Today it is a large Wetherspoon pub, and offers a range of real ales, craft beers and freshly ground Lavazza coffee. Super family-friendly, is has a large outside area, the baby changing is in the uni-sex disabled toilet and it even has a machine to warm babies bottles!”