Living Magazine Article ….
Read our recent article in LIVING Magazine!
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Located in the historic market town of Hay-on-Wye on the England/Wales border, the Three Tuns Pub and Restaurant is reputed to be the oldest surviving house in the town and in recognition of its importance has a Grade II listing. The original building is believed to be a 16th Century three bay cruck truss timber frame building, now largely encased in stone. It has a huge central Inglenook chimney and a wealth of period features including the original dog leg staircase.
The pub welcomes loyal locals, along with visitors from further afield, serving a selection of local beers, cask ales and great wines by the glass. The restaurant offers an Italian-inspired menu which is available throughout the day to enjoy in front of a crackling fire during winter or on our sun-soaked terrace in the summer.
Ellie & Dan look forward to welcoming you soon.
Sunday to Wednesday / 12pm–10pm
Thursday to Saturday / 12pm– 11pm
*Also see Hay Festival serving times below.
Please note we are CLOSED from 6pm Sunday 2nd June - opening again Wednesday 5th June.
MONDAY TO SATURDAY
Dining Menu available from 12–3pm & 6pm–9pm
Children’s Menu available from 12–3pm & 6pm - 9pm
Sunday Lunch Menu available from 12–4pm
Children’s Menu available from 12–4pm
Closed for maintenance
Please note we are CLOSED, Monday the 24th of June 12pm - 5pm. Evening service will resume as normal.