WE’VE WON BRONZE! We are delighted to have won Bronze in the ‘Pub of the Year’ category in the 2019 Devon Tourism Awards. We’re also thrilled for our sister pub, the Waterfront in Plymouth that captured the gold! “To say we are over the moon would be an understatement,” said Steve Bellman, who with John…Details
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.
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…Details
We were proud to be runners-up in the ‘Pub of the Year’ category in the Devon Life Food & Drink Awards, presented on 15th November 2018 at Sandy Park, Exeter. Steve Bellman, who with John Milan, is licensee of the pub said: “We were up against some impressive competition and the whole evening was a…Details
We are national finalists in the Best Wine Bar/Pub category in The John Smith’s Great British Pub Awards! This is the second year running that we have made the finals, so fingers crossed for a top result! The Award ceremony takes place on September 6th. Watch this space…
Thank you for your positive comments! The Three Crowns, Chagford has been named an Open Table Diners’ Choice winner as a result of feedback from diners who booked through Open Table. We really value our customers’ comments, so thank you for taking the time to tell us your views.Details
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…Details
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…Details