Frequently Asked Questions
Do I have to book a table to eat at The Three Hills?
How do I book a table?
Can I come just for a drink?
How many people can sit together at one table?
Can I bring my dog?
Can I pay with cash?
Are you open for lunch?
What changes have you made to keep me safe and do I have to wear a mask?
If you want a table in our restaurant or bar or under our very lovely new canopy on the terrace you will need to book. You can choose which area you would like to sit in and we will do our very best to accommodate your choice. We charge a non refundable deposit of £10 per person for these bookings. You are more than welcome just to walk in and take your chances with the weather.
If you would like a table in the restaurant, bar or under the canopy we encourage you to book on-line. If there is no availability this is because we are fully booked. You are always welcome to come as a walk-in - we have plenty of space on the grass.
Of course you can - we have plenty of space in the garden for anyone who wants to visit The Three Hills on a walk in basis. If the weather is bad, please note that it may be difficult for you to find a table as the tables under the canopy get booked up very quickly.
Current regulations limit us to tables of six. This may mean that we ask you to sit on two separate but adjoining tables. We are not trying to ruin your fun - but we do want to try and keep you and our staff safe.
As a dog friendly pub we are delighted if you want to bring your four footed friend or friends. We do ask that you keep them on a lead whilst you are visiting us. Dogs are welcome in the bar, on the covered patio or on the grass areas. We do not allow dogs in the restaurant.
For safety reasons, we no longer accept cash as a form of payment.
We are open for lunch every day from Wednesday to Sunday 12pm to 2:30pm.
When you come to The Three Hills you should expect the same level of friendliness and service that you always have. In line with current regulations all staff and customers must wear a mask when visiting The Three Hills, and when moving around the property. Masks can be removed when seated at a table. For further details click here for our Clean and Safe Charter.