Bustling little pub with good food and drinks choice and seats in riverside garden; charming bedrooms
- Separate restaurant
Bar food times: 12-2.30, 6-9; 12-6 Sun
Typical main dish: burger with brioche bun and triple-cooked chips
Typical main dish price: £14.50
Average two course evening meal price: £19.00
- Cask ales
Price of cheapest bitter: £3.80
Name of cheapest bitter: varies
Number of bedrooms: 6
Bedrooms cost between £110.00 and £120.00
- Children allowed in the bar
- Dogs allowed in the bar
The good pub guide review
In a tiny village, this country inn has been attractively modernised and is very much the community hub. It's a friendly place with a genuine welcome for all. Most customers head straight for the cosy beamed bar. Here you'll find chapel chairs and cushioned wall seats with scatter cushions around wooden tables, a woodburning stove, two or three changing ales on handpump from breweries such as Marston, Woodfordes and Wolf, as well as 15 wines by the glass. This leads into a cosy snug with sofas and armchairs, books on shelves, a TV and a second woodburner. The light and airy restaurant with its apex ceiling and skylight windows has wicker bull's heads and modern artwork on the walls above contemporary seats and tables. You can also dine outside on the expansive terrace and enjoy the landscaped garden that runs down to the little River Granta. Six pretty, well equipped bedrooms are located in the pub or in a separate annexe. The inn is named for the interesting Roman burial mounds nearby.
The good pub guide food review
The well presented and highly regarded food includes sandwiches, pizzas, smoked smoked haddock kedgeree, harissa chicken wings with apricot chutney, battered fish of the day with triple-cooked chips, country vegetable pie with champ potato and tenderstem broccoli, pepper, caper and spring onion frittata, Moroccan chicken salad with couscous, and puddings such as lemon drizzle cake with passion-fruit sorbet and vanilla cheesecake with summer berries and meringue.
The Three Hills is a delightful 17th Century free house pub and inn situated in the picturesque village of Bartlow, approximately 13 miles from Cambridge City centre. Recently refurbished and extended to include a restaurant serving delicious contemporary British food, a library and pub garden, The Three Hills has six luxury en suite double rooms all refurbished to the highest standard. Breakfast is included in the rate for all those booking directly through our website. Friendly service, oak-beamed ceilings, inglenook fireplaces, flagstone floors and a warm welcome awaits you. Excellent walking/cycling countryside. Ideally located within easy access of M11, A11, A14 and A505. Nearby attractions include Duxford Air Museum, Linton Zoo, Chilford Barns Vineyard, Newmarket Racecourse, Cambridge & Saffron Walden.