It is a Wetherspoon pub.
The Hotel reception is accessible from the rear of this old and extended building. If you happen to have a room at the front overlooking the market place it does require a lot of stair ascent and descent. 2nd floor to first floor back to second floor. There is a lift at the back of the building that could quite easily accomodate a wheelchair and a suitcase. A less stair intensive route to rooms at the front from inside the pub.
We stayed in a second floor family room at front of the building. Friday and Saturday night noise was heard only occasionally through the two, secondary double glazed windows. These were shut though. A spacious room with a double bed and a bed/settee, small desk with a mirror on the wall behind it. Entrance lobby with a wardrobe and full length mirror. Spacious bathroom with seperate shower cubicle and bath.The floors of the room are not level at all, part of the buildings character.
Bad bits; The socket near the desk/mirror is too close to the skirting to get plug with a bottom exiting wire in to. i.e. a hairdryer or iron type item wont go in but my phone charger will. The bath and sink have fixed-to-the-wall soap dispensers, the shower has none! The toilet flush is very temperamental and takes some pushing of the button to make it flush. The stairs might be an issue for some. It being a public house there are no 'quiet' resident areas to sit. Parking could be a problem (we parked at the side of the building, a small road owned and monitored by the hotel as both nights the very small car park was full)
Good bits; noise from the hotel itself, we heard none at all from other guests. Comfortable bed. It's in the middle of the town so near to everything. It's a Wetherspoon, cheaper drinks and cheaper food without leaving the building. No music noise.
We never ate evening meals there but the breakfast was typical of these places. Cheap, and not the best you've ever had, edible though and with a bottomless coffee cup.
Staff are really friendly and helpful and a special thanks to Spider and his colleague for the Saturday night amusement as they policed the door.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Part of the JD Wetherspoon chain of pubs and hotels, The Three Tuns is a 13 room hotel on the Market square in Thirsk. We offer single, double and family rooms in our hotel with check in from 2 pm and have a varied food menu served from 7 am until 11 pm every day. Alcohol served from 9 am until midnight Sunday-Friday and 9 am to 1 am Saturday. Please note there are limited free parking spaces available behind the hotel. There if public parking out the front but is not free. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The 3 Tuns Thirsk
- The Three Tuns Thirsk Hotel Thirsk