A Souper Deal!

Autumn has arrived and what is more welcome on a chilly day than a warming bowl of soup? We’ve got a ‘Souper’ deal for you – buy any sandwich from our light lunch menu and you can add a delicious bowl of soup for just £1! Click here to see an example of our Light…

Celebrate Christmas at the Three Crowns

Celebrate Christmas at the Three Crowns, Chagford – a magical place to celebrate with family, friends and work colleagues. This beautiful old inn will be spectacularly decorated and with its cosy corners and real wood fires, it’s the perfect place to really get into the Christmas spirit. Our Christmas Party Menu offers a great range…

Celebrate Christmas with us!

Join us for our three-night festive package and indulge yourself with great locally sourced food and fine wines in magical surroundings. Sit back and let us spoil you with three nights’ bed, breakfast and dinner plus, of course, Christmas Day lunch. All you have to add is your choice of drinks… click here to see…

WE ARE WINNERS!

We are delighted to have been named ‘Best Boutique Stay’ in Devon in the Muddy Stilettos Awards 2019. These prestigious awards focus on everything local and celebrate the unique, quirky, cool and brilliant in the county! Thank you to everyone that voted for us, it is much appreciated.

‘Highly Commended’ in Devon Tourism awards

The Three Crowns has been awarded a ‘Highly Commended’ at our first attempt in the Devon Tourism Awards ‘Tourism Pub’ category. “Well done to the team here at the Three Crowns!” said Steve Bellman who, with John Milan, are the proprietors of the iconic Chagford pub. “This latest award rounds off a very successful year…

We’re in the Good Pub Guide

We are delighted to be listed in the 2018 The Good Pub Guide! The Three Crowns, Chagford receives a ‘Good Pub Guide Recommended’ status, plus a ‘Stay Away’ award. The Good Pub Guide has remained Britain’s bestselling travel guide for over 30 years and is the only truly independent guide of its kind and countless…

Château Musar – Lebanon’s celebrated wine

If asked to name wine producing regions, it’s unlikely that many people would say The Lebanon. With the terrible troubles in Syria, you would be forgiven for thinking that the country’s wineries had disappeared into the desert. In fact, they are thriving despite the wine growers risking life and limb to grow and harvest the…