AboutThe Three Daggers really is a notch above the rest. Not only does it offer a variety of choice on it's seasonal menu sourced with local produce, but it also provides luxurious bed and breakfast accommodation. With lovely high ceiling, each light bedroom has Egyptian cotton bedding and soft white towels. There is also an iPod dock, a flat-screen TV and a contemporary en suite or private bathroom.
A children's playground is in the garden at the back of the pub, or if you fancy something a little further afield then Westbury town centre and rail station are less than 10 minutes' drive away. Stonehenge and Longleat Safari Park are both within 30 minutes' drive, and Bath city centre can be reached after a 25-minute train journey.
Built in the mid 18th century this pub has been restored and revamped to a superior standard which will leave you in awe. With its casually sophisticated atmosphere and cosy open log fires in winter, comfy leather sofas to collapse on after a long day at the office and a choice of local ales...it suits either the fine dining type in our restaurant or the more casual approach in our bar and sofa area. With such a friendly team working at The Three Daggers you are sure to have a marvellous time, whether popping in for a drink or having a romantic candlelit dinner for two.
"We stayed in a cottage in Edington for a week in mid september. We had read the positive reviews on this website before our stay and we were not disappointed. Despite the managers being away all week the staff were more than capable, we had the pleasure of meeting Caitlin, Lauren, Jess, Toni and Zay. We were made to feel very welcome with the added bonus that The Three Daggers is dog friendly as we had our dog with is, she was spoilt rotten!! The food was delicious, the pie made with two different pastries was an extremely generous portion and scrumptious :-) the king prawn, chorizo, tomato and chilli linguini was very yummy. We loved the fact that the vegetables were from the local Priory Farm and the homemade chutneys and tomato ketchup were divine!! The lamb burger is a definate must too!! We could go on and on about the food!!! The decor has a homely and contemprary feel, we felt very comfortable here, including when we joined the coffee morning with the locals on a Tuesday morning, a lovely touch. We plan to return next year :-) a superb place to visit. Kate and Mark & Cassie (the dog!!)"
"Stayed at The Three Daggers on our way to the Cotswolds and would definitely like to return. The accommodation was superb, no expense spared with furnishings, bedding and general decor. Loved the idea of the sitting room/kitchen area. A lot of thought has gone into everything in this establishment. Staff were extremely polite and friendly, nothing is too much trouble and the food was also great. Would definitely recommend it to family and friends. Here's wishing them success with their new venture in a farm shop next door, I have no doubt if as much thought goes into this as with the accommodation they have here, then I am sure it will be another success."
"It is rare these days to be so well looked after on all counts but The Three Daggers at Edington certainly covers all bases and it is a real pleasure to eat there. Even cheery waiting staff - nothing was too much trouble. Beautiful, inderstated decor with a selection of cosy places to sit - I especially liked the dark blue water glasses on the tables and heavy quality cutlery. Someone with taste has equiped this place with thought and consideration for their customers. We have eaten here quite a bit recently and also recommended to friends and family. My only regret is that living within a few miles I am not sure I will ever justify staying in one of their fabulous luxury rooms. Thank you for going the extra mile!"
|2020 (1 Jan 2020 - 31 Dec 2020)|
* Monday - Saturday
Dinner 6pm- 9pm (9.30pm Friday & Saturday)
- Designated parking provided for guests with disabilities - On site and within approx. 50 metres of the establishment
- Guide dogs permitted
- Handrail by steps
- Level access, ramp or lift to a public toilet
- Ramp to main entrance
- Toilets for disabled visitors
- Cater for vegetarians
- Serve breakfast - If staying in our bed and breakfast accommodation
- Serve evening meal
- Serve lunch
- Special dietary requirements catered for
- Take away service
Children & Infants
- Accept children (Minimum age) - Children are not allowed to sit at the bar.
- Baby changing facilities
- Children's menu - Children can be catered for
- Children's play area - Not owned by pub, a parish council interest
- Available for wedding receptions
- Booking required - During busy periods
- Conference facilities - Private dining room available
- Exclusive hire of restaurant
- Garden/patio for guests' use
- Groups accepted - Small groups by prior arrangement
- Live Music - On organised occasions
- Pets accepted - Dogs yes. Must be well behaved.
- Real log/coal fires
- In countryside
Parking & Transport
- On site parking
- Maestro accepted
- MasterCard accepted
- Solo accepted
- Visa accepted
Travel & Trade
- Packed lunches available
- Wi-fi available
Map & Directions
From the A303 (Southwest) - Turn left off the A303 onto the B3083 towards Shrewton. In Shrewton turn left onto the A360 towards Devizes. Once in West Lavington at Dauntsey's School turn left onto the B3098 towards Westbury. The pub can be found after a 10 minute drive in the village of Edington (Ethandune) From the M3 (Southeast) - Follow the M3 and pass by Basingstoke. Exit the M3 at Junction 7 and go onto the A303. Continue on the A303 past Andover and Amesbury. When you reach Stonehenge fork right onto the A344 towards Devizes. Follow the road through Shrewton and continue on the A360 towards Devizes. Go through Tilshead and continue to West Lavington. At Dauntsey's School turn left onto the B3098 towards Westbury travel onwards for approximately 5 miles going through Erlestoke.
Public Transport Directions
Train - The nearest railway station is Westbury 5 miles away with direct trains running from both Waterloo and Paddington. Edington can be reached after a 10 minute taxi ride.
Bus - Situated between Westbury and Devizes, the number 87 drives straight past the front door!
By Air - The closest airports are Bristol 35 miles and Southampton 48 miles away