COVID 19 Statement

From the Carew Arms, Dear customers, It is with a heavy heart that we write this. Our world continues to change daily and following the Governments protocol, I am sorry to say that we will be closing THE CAREW ARMS from Wednesday 25th of March. We now feel there is no option and it is our responsibility to be part …

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Happy New Year

The Carew Arms brought in the New Year dressed top-to-toe in Neon, as we journeyed back to the 1980’s to bring in 2020. Themed cocktails, vintage sweets, music and games from the 80’s were waiting for our guests. Followed by everyone gathering out on the historic Crowcombe Village street to sing Auld Lang Syne at Midnight.  

What a Blinder of a 1920’s Night

Friday 25th October saw The Carew Arms get taken over by the Shelby Brothers and their raucous friends. With live music from Stompin’ Dave, delicious Homemade Beef Stew and Gin Cocktails, the night was a 1920’s rip-roaring success. Thanks to everyone who came to our Peaky Blinder Party. Below are just a few photos we captured throughout the evening. DELICIOUS …

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From the Archives: We’re in The Guardian Newspaper

  We are very proud to have been featured in The Guardian Newspaper back in 2016, Our humble village and pub hasn’t changed much in the last 500 years, let alone the last 3. “Pull on your boots and enjoy the countryside in all its autumn glory. Ten of Britain’s best nature writers reveal their favourite routes – and where …

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A rare job opportunity

We are looking for our next super star(s) to join our team. Full-time FOH/ Hospitality Manager vacancy which includes a generously sized on-site apartment. The role could suit an individual or a couple looking to share their hospitality skill set. We offer excellent food and have a great FOH team, located within beautiful surroundings. We’re looking for warm, welcoming and …

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Hello world!

Hello everyone and welcome to The Carew Arms brand new website We have been busy the last couple of months putting together a website, that doesn’t just showcase our wonderful pub (if we say so ourselves), but what our beautiful county has to offer.  After 13 years at the helm, Iain Kirkpatrick, with the support of Jamie Brookes, our Head …