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Three Tuns, Henley-on-Thames - pub details

Three Tuns

Address: 5 Market Place, Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, RG9 2AA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 36744) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Henley-on-thames (0.3 miles), Shiplake (2.2 miles), Wargrave (3.2 miles)

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Visited on Friday evening and we were introduced to the Henley Ale Trail by the enthusiastic young lady behind the bar. Good pub to start the marathon: including non-Brakspear's pubs we did eleven pubs by close of play on Saturday. Been there, got 4 T-shirts!
scoobybooze2 - 4 Apr 2022 11:49
The pub now has new owners who actually enjoy serving customers! I can’t disagree with the comments about the previous management as service has been less than enthusiastic in the past but had a couple of excellent pints last Saturday & both house red & white got the thumbs up from both wife & mother-in-law. Lunch was very good too, all three dishes were excellent & as all 3 of us cook & are foodies, the bar is set fairly high. Also very dog friendly in the front bar & our boy loved the attention from customers & staff alike. Will certainly return more frequently now.
rearadmiral - 18 Jan 2013 09:59
As promised I followed up my visit of last week (see last comment). Went here yesterday lunch time. The small rear garden was full of older clients eating/drinking and enjoying the sunshine, a few more were eating in the rear dining room. The front Bar was empty but had a nice breeze from the open windows. That was the best this pub has to offer. Very slow Bar service only had one straight pint glass available (duty to party on Sunday aparently), As they do not open on a Monday and have a dishwasher did not understand this comment. Brakspears Bitter was good but the Oxford Gold was Cloudy and undrinkable, so exchanged for another Bitter. Typical Town Pub run by people on behalf of others. ie an Absent Landlord. I suggest you give this one a miss and pop up the road to the Row Barge or one of the other much better pubs in the town. (Note to Landlord please spend some time in your pub and watch what goes on in your absence) Oh and clean your pipes out!
Bitter_Man - 3 Aug 2011 12:50
Went here yesterday as part of the "Brakspears Henley Ale Trail" But was dissapointed as it was CLOSED on a Monday!!!!!! Who in their right mind closes Mid Summer on a Hot July Afternoon when Henly was full of Tourists. All I can say is they must make a lot of money when they are open to compensate. (Perhaps the prices are high). I shall return next week on a day other than Monday to report further.
Bitter_Man - 26 Jul 2011 13:45
The pub is split in two halves with a drinkers bar at the front and a resaurant to the rear. Very nice.
delpus - 22 Jun 2011 11:44

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