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The Three Tuns, Windsor - pub details

Three Tuns
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Address: 8, Market St, Windsor, Berkshire, SL4 1PB [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 6819) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Windsor & Eton Central (0.1 miles), Windsor & Eton Riverside (0.3 miles), Datchet (1.3 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.5/10 (rated by 14 users)
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By the way, I should have mentioned that it is reasonably priced by Windsor standards.
alehippy - 16 Jan 2018 19:34
Nice pub, outside smoking area to front. Polite barman & attentive friendly barmaid. 4 ales on, I had Ringwood '49er' [4.9%] decent pint, kept well and Windsor & Eton 'Guardsman' [4.2%] a well kept tasty ale.
alehippy - 16 Jan 2018 19:31
Nice pub if you like smell of piss and a tepid pint of Fosters. Jokes aside one of the last bastions of a proper (not a country pub or stupid gastrointestinal pub) local boozer, rough round the edges but honest. Great pub in my opinion and have visited for many many years.
WindsorDrinker - 24 Sep 2016 03:32
Located a few doors down from The Carpenters Arms is The Three Tuns.

Outside, we learn that the building dates back to 1515 and is the earliest surviving building connected with the Government of Windsor. The Three Tuns was alternatively known as the Guildhall and as the Town Hall until the building of the present Guild Hall.

Despite the apparent age of the building, the pub interior is a bog standard cut and paste job - comfortable and carpeted, but, despite there being several different areas, no real character or distinctive features.

Based on my recent lunchtime visit, this pub has more of a locals feel than the nearby Carpenters Arms and there's no real discernible play for the passing tourist trade.

The 3 pumps were serving London Pride and a rather moderate Doom Bar at 2.90p.

I'd be inclined to pass this one by next time
JohnBonser - 3 Sep 2010 12:48
After spending a beautiful day in Windsor we wanted a traditional him cooked Sunday lunch. We we attracted by the large sign "traditional Sunday roast" just what we were looking for. We went in and ordered and after a 45 minute wait our food arrived. What a disappontment to say the least!!! I can only describe it as a frozen ready meal and my thoughts were confirmed when under the 2 slices of very thin beef was a large piece of plastic bag. I called the manager over who confirmed it was a bag that the beef is boiled in. After he changed the meal I began to eat it. The beef was like chewing cardboard, the two very small roast potatoes were hard. I would day avoid at all costs. Spoilt our day.
Carlyorks - 22 Aug 2010 17:01

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