Named after the famous illustrator, Thomas Bewick, who's prints adorn the wall-paper, the Bewick room is perfect for a business stop-over, single occupancy or for the couple simply wanting a room for the night.
It has a comfortable double bed, a small TV with Freeview, and an en-suite shower and bathroom. The bathroom, whilst not overly large, has a powerful shower, a heated towel rail and "Duck Island" soap, shampoo and conditioner.
Storage is limited in the room, but bulky items can be stored elsewhere on the premises, at request.
The room looks out onto the quiet High Street of Ashwell.
Named after the rather striking wallpaper in the room, the Macaw room has a large King-sized bed, a small TV with Free-view channels, fair-trade tea and coffee and a hairdryer. The room is subtly decorated in-keeping with its theme.
The Macaw room has an en-suite bathroom, with a heated towel rail, a power shower and is fully stocked with "Duck Island" shampoo, soap and conditioner,
Skylights let light in the this spacious room, which overlooks one of our two patios.
The center piece of the Print Room is, undoubtedly, the four poster bed that dominates the space. Linen drapes hang from the corners of the bedposts, and can be unfurled - emphasising the luxurious quality of the room.
Elsewhere, antique furniture fills the spacious room that is perfect for a romantic retreat, a bridal or wedding suite or for those who just want to treat themselves.
The large bathroom has a bath and shower combo, heated towel rail and is fully-stocked with "Duck Island" toiletries.
A small TV is fixed from a bracket in the corner of the room, and Fair-trade tea and coffee and available.
The room looks over the relatively quiet High Street of Ashwell.
Owned by experienced operator Tim Lightfoot, The Three Tuns is the corner-stone pub of the historic village of Ashwell, and the perfect venue for those, both local and from afar, to unwind, relax and socialise. Ashwell is a picturesque village in North Hertfordshire. The Ashwell Springs which rise next to The Three Tuns are the source of the River Cam and are a beautiful area for paddling and picnicking. The village is a bustling place with a thriving community and several excellent local businesses including Crump's Butchers, Days’ Bakery and Rhubarb & Mustard Deli & Coffee Shop.
The kitchen team, work hard to provide a unique mix of traditional pub favourites and modern British cuisine. Produce is locally sourced where possible; with Ashwell’s Crump’s and Day’s both providing key ingredients for our menu. Our specials board is up-dated daily ensuring that there will always be something new for the repeat customer.
We offer a range of dining styles from formal dining in our dining room, to al fresco dining on one of our two patios, or our extensive garden. Lunch & dinner are available every day, with the exception of Sunday evening.
The extensive wine list is handpicked from a variety of suppliers, with ever-changing wine specials available on request. Our real ales are carefully maintained with Greene King IPA as our resident ale, and two guest ales that change fortnightly. Gin dominates the back bar at The Three Tuns, with the choice of eleven different gins and five different tonics.
The jewel in our crown are our three newly refurbished guest rooms, which provide the comfort and homeliness needed to relax on a weekend-break or a short overnight stay. Carefully decorated and furnished, displaying art work for the local gallery, all three rooms are en-suite, and are stocked with luxury “Duck Island” toiletries, fair-trade tea and coffee, a TV and a hairdryer.
Dogs are welcome in certain rooms; please inquire for further details
Unfortunately our rooms are accessed via a narrow twisting staircase with low ceilings. A fire escape can be used for easier access; however, use of this must be arranged prior to booking.