Lunch Tuesday - Sunday 12.00 - 2.00pm
Dinner Monday - Sunday 6.30 - 9.00pm
- Disabled Access
- Private Dining
- Free WiFi
- Outdoor Seating
- Families and Children Welcome
About Three Choirs
Relaxed, informal restaurant situated in one of England's oldest and largest vineyards. Picturesque views, comfortable surroundings, log fire in winter, terrace dining in the summer.
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Had a great meal with fabulous service - service was a little slow but we were warned about this as there were a couple of large parties in for Christmas meals. Waiting staff were great at checking in on us etc and apologised for the wait.
Very good service and friendly staff. On this visit the food did seem slightly below usual standard. Main courses were not hot and seemed hit and miss around the room on what people received on their plates. Everything else was great as usual, many thanks.
Food excellent, nice and quiet, service attentive but not intrusive.
From start to finish our visit to Three Choirs was brilliant. Our Vineyard View room was very comfortable and with lovely views. Thoroughly enjoyed the food, the new menu was also a hit with us. Thank you for a great stay.
Really enjoyed the experience, lunch was very tasty, service was good and staff were attentive. The tour was fantastic and we commend Bart on his knowledge and willingness to answer any questions and also have a laugh. The tasting was something we'd never tried before and we think accompanied snacks or nibbles would enhance the tasting and actually encourage us to purchase wine after as the tastes of the wines tend to merge without a cleanser. The lodge was picteresque and perfectly placed amongst the vines. The decore was a bit un representative of the class of the venue. Overall we loved our stay and would recommend and come again. We just felt the look and feel, of the whole venue didn't match the service and experience and could do with a spruce up throughout
Excellent restaurant. We like to go when we can. The only problem we had this week was cold plates and cold meals which we had to send back. A great shame. We hope it was a one off, it has not happened before, because the restaurant was quite busy. But even when I had christmas pud for dessert, although my pud was hot, the bowl was actually colder than the fridge! So my pud didn't stay hot very long. There is no excuse for cold plates. Hopefully it will be better next time we go.
The restaurant was very busy, there was no table left, but the service was as efficient as ever and the food up to its usual high standard. It was a very enjoyable experience again.
We all enjoyed the food and of course the wine. We had a wine tour after lunch which we found very interesting. Our guide was super. All in all a very nice visit.
This was our second visit in six months. We were touring the area and dropped in for a night. It is a tranquil spot among the vines. The wines that we decided to taste were full of flavour and very drinkable. Dinner was excellent. Because there were only a few of us there on the particular night we stayed, it became very convivial around the log fire. Needless to say we came away with a couple of boxes of bottles. It a great place to stay enroute to somewhere, or just to visit to support English wines.
Fantastic food (and wine, of course) in a relaxed, elegant setting. Very highly recommended. The breakfasts are pretty great, too!
Great attentive service with really friendly staff. Third time back for delicious Sunday roasts with amazing wine pairings.
Overall excellent. Me just being a bit picky: Why have grave with chicken Kiev ? On my return I will have chicken Kiev with no gravy. The Bacchus white wine was the best wine I have had for a long time. So therefore its a ten out of ten from me. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you.
My Wife & I took my 95 yr old Dad out for Sunday lunch. We had an absolutely fantastic meal. The quality of the food, wine & service could not be faulted. The staff were very attentive to the needs of my Dad and he thoroughly enjoyed the experience; especially as he wasn't paying! Highly recommended!
We've dined at The Three Choirs on numerous occasions and it's always been a wonderful experience. This was no exception - great food, lovely wine - and it was particularly lovely to be able to stay over on this occasion.
I would have liked more vegetarian choices. However the seafood linguine was lovely
Always a pleasure to dine at Three Choirs restaurant.
Lovely evening. Very welcoming and friendly staff
Excellent stay. Thank you to all who made us feel so welcome.
Excellent food, wine and service
Lovely surroundings, amazing food and drink, outstanding service!
Lovely place to eat looking out on the vineyard at the autumn colours. Good service and great food.
The evening meal we had was excellent - well done! Breakfasts, unfortunately were not up to the same standard - overcooked and some items missing! The lodge room was warm and comfortable though the furnishings are rather dated. Bath/shower room was very good, although the toilet cistern leaked slightly so every thirty minutes or so it noisily refilled - annoying in the middle of the night! We have stayed here many times and will stay again - however the place needs a little TLC and breakfast needs improving.
Customer service first class, especially the waiters, Rooms are dark and not very sound proof, also issue with hot water in bathroom that needs to be addressed. Setting is great around vine yards. Food expensive and fair, under Cooked on two occasions. Overall nice experience.
Really interesting to see the vineyard and sample some of the wines that aren’t available in my local supermarket.