Three Crowns Pub, Wisborough Green
Owner: Mr Tim Skinner
Tenant / Lessee: N/A
Landlord: Mr Tim Skinner
Real Ale: Yes
Real Cider / Perry: Yes / No
Free House: Yes
Website: Yes www.thethreecrownsinn.com
Facebook: Yes - Join
Twitter: Yes @ThreeCrownsInn1
Free Wifi: Yes
Child friendly: Yes
Dog friendly: Yes
Car Parking: Yes - on site
Disabled access: Yes
Large beer garden at rear of pub.
Homely village pub with quirky, mismatched retro furniture, a large garden and a classic menu.
The Three Crowns is a cosy, family run home from home, a warm and welcoming village pub. With family in mind we welcome everyone with a smile and the taste of true Sussex. We are located in the quintessential English Village of Wisborough Green, a conservation area in the beautiful West Sussex countryside. We are on the famous A272 which borders the stunning landscape of the South Downs National Park.
We take great pride in serving our guests with a selection of handpicked local ales and source as many of our ingredients for our menu from local farmers, butchers, bakers, fruit growers and even wine makers! Everyone is welcome at The Three Crowns be it for a coffee, a pint, glass of wine, bite to eat, meeting friends for lunch or celebrating a special occasion.
The pretty village of Wisborough Green with its quintessential village green is the delightful setting of The Three Crowns, an independent family hold freehouse. The pretty pub and its beautiful garden make it an ideal stop off point. In the spring the garden comes alive awash with colour and activity and an all day long suntrap to sit back and relax. Overlooking the Green where the 275 year old Wisborough Green Cricket Club play throughout the summer months.
The kitchen garden which provides inspiration and ingredients for the seasonal menu. The Menu is inspired by the seasons, nature and the four elements of taste and textures that compliment every dish.
Owner Tim Skinner says of the menu, ”Unpretentious but not uninspiring, hearty and flavoursome, thoughtful food with a good selection of classic dishes with a little ‘crowning twist’. With dishes such as Gin & Tonic Fish and Chips a light twist on beer batter is a nod to the pubs love of Gin.
The Famous Fish Pie which is served with a seasonal side, cabanero cabbage, peas francais or garden salad. Gammon Egg and Chips with a Panko crumbed poached egg, triple cooked chips and béarnaise sauce is a new favourite, seasonal burger on a potato brioche bun with home-made ketchup.
History: Yes / No (and if ‘yes’ please send a separate email that we can link to)
Note 1: The Three Crowns Queens Head has a 'sister' pub, the Queens Head at Barns Green.
Note 2: Record updated 17th October, 2018.