Frequently Asked Questions
Do I have to book a table to eat at The Three Hills?
It's always best to book, particularly at the weekends. We charge a non refundable deposit of £10 per person for these bookings. You are more than welcome to come as a walk in but we can't always guarantee that we will be able to serve you food. It will depend on our staffing levels and the number of bookings we have already taken.
If I have to cancel or amend my booking what happens to my deposit?
We have a 24 hour notice policy on all deposits. If you cancel or amend your table size 24 hours prior to the time of your booking your deposit will be refunded in full. Any cancellations or amendments made after the 24 hour period will mean that we will retain the deposit - in full for cancellations and in part (£10/person) for any amendments. Whilst we recognise that things happen that mean you cannot always give us 24 hours notice any cancellations or amendments to your booking after this period have a financial impact on the restaurant. For further details on our deposit terms and conditions click here.
Is there a different menu if I sit on the grass?
No - we have a small but well thought out menu that can be enjoyed anywhere.
How do I book a table?
Head over to our book a table button either here or on the home page of our website - this will taker you to our booking service. Alternatively, give us a ring or send us an email and we will respond as soon as we can.
Is your patio heated?
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?
Can I bring my own wine?
Can I bring a cake?
Can I park at The Three Hills?
Are you open for lunch?
What changes have you made to keep me safe and do I have to wear a mask?
We have eight powerful heaters and we will do our best to ensure that most tables booked outside have their own dedicated heater. This is not always possible though as we have more tables than heaters so please ensure you wear adequate clothing and bring something warm to snuggle into. Hot water bottles are a good idea!
Of course - anyone is welcome anytime we are open to come for a drink and there is no need to book. There are stools at the bar and you are welcome to sit at any table that has not been laid up for a meal.
There are currently no regulations limiting table size. If you are looking for a table bigger than 6 people you will have to call us to book. Tables of up to six can be booked online.
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.
No sorry - we no longer accept cash as a form of payment.
You can bring your own wine if you would prefer. We charge a corkage fee of £15 for a standard 750ml bottle, or £25 for a magnum.
We charge a small fee of £2.50 per person if cake is brought in and consumed on the premises. If you order ice cream to go with the cake this fee is waived.
We have a fairly large car park. If our car park is busy we ask that you park nearby in the village, as considerately as possible. Please don't block anyone's driveways. We respectfully remind all our visitors that our carpark is for Three Hills customers and guests only - it should not be used as a convenient place to park and walk, unless prior permission has been sought.
We are open for lunch every day from Wednesday to Friday from 12pm to 2:00pm, on Saturday from 12pm to 2:30pm and on Sunday from 12pm to 4pm. Last bookings are taken 15 minutes before closing time.
When you come to The Three Hills you should expect the same level of friendliness and service that you always have. Our staff will continue to wear masks when serving you but whether you wear one or not is totally up to you. We have sanitising stations at the pub front entrance and in the garden which we encourage you to use for your own protection.