The Three Hills, Bartlow
The Three Hills in the tiny village of Bartlow, is 25 mins south of Cambridge in a taxi (you won’t want to drive- you will want to enjoy the amazing wine and beer selection). This pretty pub, has a large and rather gorgeous garden, six lovely guest rooms, and a kitchen that has won multiple awards.
The busy kitchen has notched up two AA Rosettes and a Michelin Plate, plus was also announced as the highest new entry in the top 50 gastropub awards (March 2021) and for good reason! We have enjoyed many a lunch, the odd dinner, and copious glasses of very good wine at this super friendly, but hugely professional pub. The Sunday roast is legendry, including the option to share a roast chicken, with the most flavoursome stuffing, roasties and Yorkshires too, all served in the roasting tin– so good. Whether you want a light lunch, classic pub fayre like fish and chips or a burger, or something more ‘restauranty’ like beetroot tartare followed by pan-fried halibut – you will not be disappointed.
The pub is a 17th Century Grade II listed building that originally opened as an alehouse in 1847. All areas are equally attractive and welcoming from the bar to the bright and airy restaurant to the gorgeous big garden, that has plenty of seating, and now sports a covered area, with sheepskins and fairy lights!
The pub is dog-friendly and has six luxury ensuite rooms if you want to make a mini-break of your visit. That giant garden will get busy this summer, as will the car park – so book that cab and your table far in advance.
Bartlow Rd, Cambridge
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