The Three Hills is a charming dog-friendly country pub with six luxury ensuite rooms and an award winning restaurant located close to Cambridge and about an hour from London. This delightful 17th Century Grade II listed building is located in the heart of Bartlow, and is the only remaining pub and community facility in a small village of only 110 residents. Originally opened as an alehouse in 1847, The Three Hills is named after the three hills or Tumuli, ancient burial mounds originally part of a seven mound group which are considered to be the largest in Europe.
The current owners bought the pub in December 2015, and following a lengthy planning approval process, finally got the green light to remove all the unattractive post war modern aspects of the building and begin the process of restoring the pub to its former glory as a traditional village pub, whilst extending it to provide for new dining facilities and a beautiful pub garden which goes down to the river.
The six ensuite bedrooms, all decorated in soft blues, greens and pinks, offer a quiet haven for anyone seeking to escape the bustle of life and wanting that perfect weekend retreat. After only two years of opening, the kitchen has been awarded 2 AA Rosettes and a Michelin Plate for great food. The new snug/library is the perfect haven for hiding out on a cold winter’s evening in front of the roaring log fire. A brand new Orangery restaurant offers a wonderful sunlit dining space and can be reserved for private events such as intimate weddings, hen parties or special birthdays. An extensive patio and beautifully landscaped garden completes the refurbishment and provides for wonderful outdoor dining during the warmer months.
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