Three Tuns
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A traditional 16th century inn

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Living Magazine Article ….

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Read our recent article in LIVING Magazine!
Download the PDF file HERE.

village pub

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.

 

opening hours

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.

FOOD SERVED

MONDAY TO SATURDAY
Dining Menu available from 12–3pm & 6pm–9pm
Children’s Menu available from 12–3pm & 6pm - 9pm

SUNDAY
Sunday Lunch Menu available from 12–4pm
Children’s Menu available from 12–4pm

HAY FESTIVAL 2019
22nd May to 2nd June

Food serving times will be 12 to 3pm, and 6pm to 10pm.

Please note we are CLOSED from 6pm Sunday 2nd June - opening again Wednesday 5th June.