34 High Street
Mon-Wed 11.30-2.30, 5-12; Thu-Sun all day
This pub was reopened in 2015 and now serves up to six ales, three of which are permanent.
A single roomed pub, the Three Tuns reminds you of a small knitwear and jam shop once inside. From the outside it looks like a bottle shop as it has substantial collections in the window. Built around the Jacobean period, you can still see the original wood and mud walls through a small plastic panel to your left as you walk in.
The bar is built of brick which isn't offset by the whitewash walls, giving it an unfinished tea rooms appearance. These can be stark on a bright day. The pub is surprisingly warm in spite of this, and especially as it has stone flags for flooring.
The toilets are in the annex, so be prepared for a chill in the winter.
No food is served.
No accommodation is available here.
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Golden Sheep Bitter
Three Tuns ale
Up to three guest ales.
54 Birmingham Road
Price: around £50