Built in 1871 as a family home, Three Ways House has been a hotel for many years and was bought by the current owners in 1995. It is home to the famous Pudding Club, established thirty years ago with the mission statement of preserving The Great British Pudding. Every Friday night, national and international visitors gather to experience this decidedly eccentric institution. A Pudding Club meeting has been likened to many things and has even been described as 'The Eighth Wonder of the World'.
The puddings influence is widely present throughout the entire hotel, as it contains pudding-themed and titled reception rooms and bedrooms, and invariably serves delightful sweet courses.