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Inns in Chagford

Three Crowns Hotel
High Street

TQ13 8AJ | View map

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This 13th Century Inn occupies a significant position in the history of 'picturesque' Chagford, with mullioned windows, massive oak beams, a great open fireplace and four poster beds.

The Three Crowns Hotel is a fine example of the town's architectural heritage. The building itself dates back to the 13th centry.

Whilst retaining the essential character of this impressive building of granite construction, a considerable amount of work has been carried out in recent years to provide all the services and comforts expected of a modern hotel.

A visitor to the Three Crowns cannot fail to capture the almost timeless atmosphere of a building that has centuries of historical associations. This distinctive atmosphere creates a splendid location in which to relax.

The bar is a focal point where the warm, friendly atmosphere of this old inn can be enjoyed in the company of local regulars and visitors from all over the world. John and Liz will welcome you with an excellent choice of beverages.

Chagford is a welcome paradise for the walker, angler, nature lover and golfing enthusiast set in this most beautiful and secluded part of the Dartmoor National Park.


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