The Three Tuns, Faversham, Shepherd Neame
The Three Tuns, Faversham, Shepherd Neame
The Three Tuns, Faversham, Shepherd Neame

Welcome to the Three Tuns

A traditional Kentish pub, The Three Tuns belongs to British brewing history

In the medieval market town of Faversham lies The Three Tuns, a blissfully traditional family-run pub serving real ales, friendly service and community spirit.

Built in 1605, this was the very first pub owned by Shepherd Neame, and it’s still the perfect place to savour a pint - not least because the beer travels just half a mile from brewery to glass.

The Three Tuns, Faversham, Shepherd Neame

A warm welcome

With weathered oak beams, cosy corners, a roaring real fire and a sun-trap garden for summer, The Three Tuns is a super spot for a drink all year round. 

And the pub is also at the heart of local events, supporting darts, pool and petanque teams, while showing all the latest football on BT Sport and hosting a special social event every month.

Less than ten minutes’ stroll from the town centre, it’s a welcoming place that’s well worth the walk - and if you do decide to drop by, you’ll be following in some very famous footsteps. The pub is reputed to be the base from which Admiral Lord Nelson recruited and paid his naval crew. 

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