Three Tuns24 High Street
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The front of the pub is believed to have been built in the sixteenth century, although it now has a modern projecting gable. The rear extension was added in the seventeenth century. The entrance leads to the oldest section, which has wooden floorboards where lunches are served from the hot food counter. This leads down to the bar at a lower level. The compact bar area is stone flagged and has a large old fireplace, which is never used as it generates excessive heat. The conservatory area to the right has stout old timbers including a hollow-chamfered beam. There is also a small, covered patio at the back and a few tables to the front on the pedestrianised high street. Good quality, home cooked food is served at lunchtimes and evenings - the service is attentive and friendly.