The Three Tuns
Broad Street, Hay-on-Wye, via Hereford, HR3 5DB

On the Welsh/English border in the market town of Hay-on-wye The Three Tuns Pub and Restaurant is reputed to be the oldest surviving house 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, now largely encased in stone. It has a huge central Inglenook chimney and a wealth of period features including the original dog leg staircase. All beautifully restored in 2007 after a devastating fire.

The pub welcomes loyal locals, along with visitors from further afield, visitors of the four legged kind are also most welcome. Serving a selection of local beers, cask ales and great wines by the glass. The restaurant offers an Italian-inspired menu which is available at lunch and dinner to enjoy in front of a crackling fire during winter or on our sun-soaked terrace in the summer.


Accessible entrance through the back gate, and accessible toilet on the ground floor.

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