Three Tuns Faversham

Welcome to The Three Tuns, Faversham

A traditional Kentish pub steeped in history

Built in 1605, in the medieval market town of Faversham, The Three Tuns was the very first Shepherd Neame pub and is steeped in history. With a cosy fireplace and weathered oak beams, the Grade II listed building was reputed to be the base from which Admiral Lord Nelson recruited and paid his crew.

Now a friendly and welcoming family-run establishment, The Three Tuns is at the centre of the local community, supporting darts and pool teams and even a petanque team. The petanque court in the large, attractive garden can be used by all customers and is extremely popular on warm summer evenings.

On the third Saturday of each month we host a social event - this is usually a quiz, game or competition of some  kind, and all are welcome.

What our customers have said on TripAdvisor

Really nice land lord and land lady. Who like their beer and look after their pumps. Quite simply the finest pint of Hurlimann for miles around. And I've sampled enough to know... Just out of the town centre or may be. But my word it's worth the walk. There's a pool room on a lower tear. And it also has a really nice garden. A proper sun trap in summer. But this place is all about the quality of the alcoholic beverages. Which are magnificent. And served by lovely people.


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Opening times

  • Mon - Fri

    17:00 - 23:00

  • Sat

    11:00 - 23:00

  • Sun

    12:00 - 22:00

How to find us

Three Tuns

Tanner Street,
Faversham, Kent
ME13 7JP

01795 532663

Get directions

By car: Tanner Street can be accessed off the B2040.

Nearest train station: Faversham

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