Tuesday - Friday: 12:00-14:30 18:00-21:30
Saturday: 12:00-14:30 18:00-21:30
- Disabled Access
- Free WiFi
- Outside Seating Area
- Families and Children Welcome
- Gluten Free Available
- Dogs Welcome
- Children's Menu available
About The Three Hills
The Three Hills Bartlow has recently reopened after a major renovation. This friendly country pub is showcasing the best of Britain with excellent locally sourced local food at a great price. Come and relax in our singularly charming environment.
A very enjoyable midweek lunch.
Usual good fare
Amazing food, great service, fantastic in every way
We had a lovely Sunday lunch - great food, friendly and timely service. Thank you!
Not sure that we need background music. Service is improving, but some of the waiting staff seem a bit unsure of themself. Food excellent as always, tonka bean pannacotta was outstanding.
The food at the Three Hills has just got better and better and the new menu is the best yet! We recently had a big family lunch and were very well taken care of. Thank you.
Lovely lunch. Food delicious
Lovely lunch. Really nice new menu. Soup and half a sandwich was delicious. Very friendly service. See you again at the weekend!
Delicious birthday lunch. Great atmosphere
Great food & a nice atmosphere. not the cheapest place to eat but very nice .
Especially impressed with the Burger, so much flavour. Happy smiley service.
Lovely meal, excellent service. Will defo be back!
Generally a lovely stay. Food was excellent. There seemed to be confusion about whether our breakfast was included or not, and this was never answered by staff. Also served rather early until 8.30 am. We had a poor checkout, the staff member was really unfriendly.We were also not given an itemised bill for our stay which was a bit odd. Our bill was sent by email and money already taken without us actually seeing the bill??
Lovely atmosphere. The food was nice, but the portions were quite small for the price. The beef We had was very overpriced for the small piece we got and the potato was missing from the plate. We ordered a side of potato when it arrived without any, then the potato it was meant to come with arrived but I was still charged for the side. Needed more sauce too! Also the mackerel was disappointing. The chicken and soufflé were delicious though! Will come again as understand it was a new menu, which may just need some work!
We have been using the Three Hills quite often especially through the summer and we have found it to serve excellent food at all times and we will continue to use the Three Hills in the future.
So we had a lovely Sunday lunch at the Three Hills. Lovely for several reasons: - The restaurant was busy and vibrant, lots of chatter and laugher. Not too noisy so you can't be heard, but loud enough that you felt comfortable to have chat - The food was great, we had loads to eat, and with no need fo sides, the waitress told us this in advance, so we didn't over order and waste food. I had the pork which I'd recommend - The manager had a chat with us before we left, friendly and interested in what we had to say If you've not been then go, I'd suggest you book as its popular.
Superb Sunday roast....absolutely delicious!
We have eaten before at the 3 Hills, the food has always been very good and we were not disappointed on Friday evening. New menu to choose from - that wasn't easy as there were so many interesting dishes we would have enjoyed!! We had goat’s cheese and scallops to start, followed by fishcakes and cod fish pie. All beautifully cooked and presented. Staff very pleasant, lovely surroundings and atmosphere. We will be going back - hopefully quite soon!
Food was excellent and staff were friendly, couple things letting the pub down was slow service and only two ales on offer. Will be returning as we did have a good lunch. Thanks and all the best since your reopening.
Really enjoyed our night with you and the quality of the food was excellent but all 4 of us felt that we would have liked a slightly larger portion.Service was excellent too.
I’d just suggest to be a little more attentive with the service.
We stayed at the Three Hills for two nights and dined both evenings. We stayed in Hardwick room. The room is lovely, beautifully furnished with tea/ coffee making facilities and a nice en suite bathroom. The food was lovely both for dinner and breakfast however we ate from the bar menu rather than the restaurant menu as the resturant menu didn’t appeal to us. We feel there was a lack of craft beer or real ale options at the bar but plenty of gins which was nice. Staff were very attentive and friendly.
We loved our visit. We sat in rhe lovely sitting room woth our drinks- so nice to have quiet and busy spaces. Our food was delicious and the service absolutely spot on. Look forward to returning
I'm guessing the chef was away as the onion soup and fish stew really not great. Oddly small portions also. I guess we came on an off day.
Christmas lunch was first class food, but unfortunately not very well presented, (all meat veg etc on one plate to serve out, far to much tightly packed on the plate), the drinks arrived late, but it was a very pleasant atmosphere and jovial. I can accept that Christmas day is a very busy time, but at £90/head I did think the service could have been a bit slicker