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The Three Tuns, Bishops Castle - pub details

Three Tuns

Address: Salop Street, Bishops Castle, Shropshire, SY9 5BW [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 16905) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 7.5/10 (rated by 43 users)
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Crown and Anchor Vaults, Bishops Castle (0.1 miles), Kings Head, Bishops Castle (0.2 miles), Boars Head, Bishops Castle (0.2 miles), Castle Hotel, Bishop's Castle (0.2 miles), Six Bells, Bishops Castle (0.3 miles)

 

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Especially liked the 1642 and XXX. Lots of character and characters from both locals and passing trade.

Beer supplied by the adjoining Three Tuns brewery. Food is very good and very reasonable.
woldul - 27 Apr 2015 14:12
A truly historic pub. The pub, together with the adjoining Three Tuns Brewery, has been on this site since the 1640’s. The brewery is now under separate ownership, but it still supplies all the pub's beer. Good pint of 1642 and XXX sampled.

Pub is split into four rooms. On one side is the "dining" lounge on the other, the ever popular front bar leading to the central characterful snug and the extended timber framed glass sided dining room.

Decent service. Also doggy friendly!
Girlabouttoon77 - 13 Mar 2015 12:24
Well worth a visit. Great beer from the adjoining brewery. Especially liked 1642 and XXX. Nice bar area that seems to attract local and passing trade. Food was very good.
karinAlelvr - 7 Sep 2014 05:11
Agree with the review below in that this seems to be more of a food than beer place these days, but I do love the little bar area that you get to from the right hand door from the road and we always end up in there instead. The beers were all on good form this last weekend with the stout, mild, Clerics Cure and 1462 all tried and all enjoyed. Couldn't get in for food on this occasion, but will be back again soon.
littledrummerboy - 9 Jun 2014 14:12
Very busy with more of a restaurant than a pub feel. No communal atmosphere, therefore; the sense is more of a number of individual gatherings. Didn't try the food but there was a wide choice and the meals being brought out were well presented. The barstaff were briskly efficient and I can't fault the beer having tried each of the brews from next door.
Kenny260556 - 3 Jun 2014 13:37

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