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Julian Dunkerton to reopen The Crown to add to Lucky Onion portfolio

The Crown Inn

Julian and Jade Dunkerton have reopened The Crown in Minchinhampton after a restoration project to bring the property into the Lucky Onion portfolio.

The Crown has been closed for the past five years and now will be operated alongside boutique hotels No.131 and No.38 in the collection after a renovation by Dowdeswell Estates.

The 18th century building, which originally opened in 1715, has been refurbished in order to retain the pub’s distinctive features while also adding signature design flourishes to bring The Crown up to date.

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The Crown’s new ‘understated yet classic British’ menu has been devised by the Lucky Onion’s executive chef Ronnie Bonetti.

This addition to The Lucky Onion’s portfolio further highlights Jade and Julian Dunkerton’s commitment to invest in Cheltenham and The Cotswolds.

The Crown joins The Hollow Bottom in Guiting Power in an exciting series of new developments by The Lucky Onion, which has plans to develop multiple historic buildings in the area.

Owned and run by Jade and Julian Dunkerton, The Lucky Onion currently consists of five properties; No. 131, and No. 38 The Park, in Cheltenham, as well as critically acclaimed The Wheatsheaf, and restaurants The Tavern and The Wild Duck.

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