The Three Tuns is a revered listed building that holds an abundance of history to St Keverne village. First recorded as The Three Tuns around the year 1900, its rumoured that the taphouse itself, has perfected pouring pints of ale for over 200 years.

With an intimate bar, quaint and cosy snugs and traditional low beamed ceilings, this entire stone-built structure holds years of rustic character and is clear to see the cherished history of centuries past. Not forgetting the original crackling fireplace, an absolute showstopper in the winter months, bringing the charm of the building alive as it would have been back then.


With the un-touched Cornish coastline on our doorstep, we are proud to have such a beautiful landscape, both rolling countryside and coastline, as our neighbour. An obvious paradise for walkers, this wild landscape is full of adventure, with everything from short strolls through woodland to Porthallow, to challenging coastal walk up to Gillam Creek. Discover the perfect circular walk starting straight from our doorstep.


Immerse yourself in a relaxing oasis any time of the year. Exposed to an abundance wild greenery and surrounded by vibrant flowers, our rear garden it’s the perfect sun trap to enjoy small plates with cocktails. Or watch the world pass by on our front patio for a fleeting pint with friends. With plenty of tranquil spots to unwind and create memories, we will always provide the perfect tipple.


Relax into your surroundings and take in the spectacular scenery with man's best friend by your side. With surrounding dog friendly beaches, and great coastal dog walks our pub is more than welcoming for you and your pooch.