Set amongst the rolling hillsides of rural Northamptonshire, The Three Conies is the perfect family pub with something for everyone to enjoy.

The pub is located in the picturesque, untouched village of Thorpe Mandeville, just six miles North-East of the town of Banbury, made famous by the nursery rhyme.

The Three Conies is a Hook Norton Brewery pub, now under the new management of proprietors, Tanicha Boneham and her partner Leigh Chambers. Prior to taking over at ‘The Conies’, Tanicha was the manager of Banbury’s historic hostelry, Ye Olde Reindeer Inn in Parson’s Street.

Tanicha says, “We’re really excited by this opportunity; The pub has bags of character and we’re bowled over by the warm welcome and support we’ve received from the locals.  leigh and I have got some great plans to help make the pub a real hub for the community..and will the amount of garden space the pub sits in, it should also be a great destination for a pint in the country.”

Food is a big feature of the pub with diners choosing to eat in either the two bar areas or in the beautiful high-ceilinged restaurant.

The Three Conies has a wonderful atmosphere in the beamed bar with an open fire at each end, a separate restaurant with vaulted ceiling and welcoming wood burner stove, a lovely patio to enjoy in the summer sunshine, beautiful scenery from the large garden, a choice of real ales and ample car parking.

Leigh Chambers & Tanicha Boneham
Hook Norton Brewery

Sitting in its beautiful, mellow Cotswold Hills landscape, Hook Norton is a proudly independent and passionate family business that takes the very best of its handcrafted brewing heritage and combines it with a thoroughly modern approach, to create a range of real ales for today’s drinkers to enjoy.

Hook Norton is one of only 32 family owned breweries and is the finest example of a Victorian Tower Brewery in the country. Of course, the brewery is about so much more than just its fantastic range of award winning beers. We welcome over 10,000 visitors a year to our Visitor Centre and over 40 of our pubs are at the heart of many of local communities, serving great drink and food to the region.

Many of you will know Hook Norton, having tasted one of our beers, visited one of our Hook Norton pubs or indeed having come for a brewery tour, but few will know the full story. Our history and heritage are a large part of the picture, but so too are all the things that we are already achieving today and, of course, our plans for the future.

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We hope you’ll enjoy this short film of our brewery at work.