Enjoy informal dining in the exquisite surrounding of our dining room which has been thoughtfully and sympathetically renovated. Original Danish carvings from the 16th century reflect the story that boats once used the brook in front of the pub to reach the nearby village of Swavesey which was an inland port. The boats and their tradesmen were Danish, and many of the crew settled in the area, perhaps attracted by the local pub!
Nestled in the picturesque countryside, close to the RSPB nature reserve which offers free parking, and at the same time handy for the city of Cambridge, The Three Tuns has much to offer. It provides a delightful setting for family celebrations, business lunches and much more. On entering the building you are greeted with an open fire in winter, and the traditional stone flooring in the bar area leads through to both the dining room and to the more informal area with comfortable pews and dining tables.
News from The Three Tuns
Chinese New Year
Come & Join us at the Three Tuns as we Celebrate Chinese New Year with a 3 course Chinese Menu. Av. on Friday 16th & Saturday 17th Feb 2018. Booking Essential
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Piano performance on most Friday Nights
Book you table and enjoy background music from our resident pianist Phil Lorman.
Blue Moon - North American Craft Beer
Introducing “Blue Moon” the first peach Ale ever made. With one foot in spring and the other in summer, the Blue Moon Brewing Co. crafted this Belgian-inspired Brown Ale with the first peaches of the season and coriander. It has a tart taste balanced by caramel malts for the cooler days and peach notes for the warmer ones.
The Pilsner Urquell
While most lagers give away most of their taste profile in the front of the mouth, Pilsner Urquell only hints at its flavour there. Instead, it develops in the middle, followed by a refreshing, clean finish and balanced aftertaste, practically inviting you to have another