Located within Tintinhull's Conservation Area is an award winning Public House, highly rated Bed and Breakfast and popular Working Men's Club. Finally there's always the Coffee Shop located in the Village Hall where volunteer villagers often provide coffee and biscuits and raffle a home made cake, with proceeds going to St Margaret’s Church
The Crown and Victoria Inn
The Crown and Victoria Inn, run by Isabel and Mark since 2006 is a free house that celebrates traditional village pub life. Inside is full of rustic charm with farmhouse tables, stone walls and a large traditional fire place. There are areas for either dining from the ever changing seasonal menu or enjoying a drink from the bar featuring great local ales, ciders and an impressive choice of spirits.
Tintinhull Working Men's Club
Working men's clubs were first created in the 19th century in industrialised areas of the United Kingdom to provide recreation and education for working class men and their families. Today's working men's clubs are mainly recreational with a bar and snooker or pool table. They often provide night time entertainment, mainly on the weekends and are also known for their charitable works. A popular facility at Tintinhull WMC is the travelling Post Office on Wednesday mornings.
The Dairy at High House
Self catering Holiday accommodation is available at the Dairy at High House, built in 1926 and attached to a much older 18th century dairy which remained in use until the 1960s. Lisa and Fred arrived in 2015 and were keen to recapture the essence of the barn while adding a few 21st century comforts. Today the old pantry forms the kitchen of The Dairy, the laundry became a downstairs bedroom, whilst a staircase leads up to the old loft, now the master bedroom.
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Tintinhull House is an elegant seventeenth-century house with a part now being used to create a four-bedroomed holiday home, which retains many of it's original features. The kitchen is dominated by a huge Aga and an open fire is the centrepiece of the sitting room. There are three major National Trust places close by and free entry to explore the rest of the house when it is open is included.