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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Spacious, well equipped comfy bedroom and bathroom with decent walk in shower. Tapas dishes for dinner were superbly cooked and accompanied by a good selection of wines recommended by Jill. Will definitely return.
Great location, lovely lodge accommodation. It would have been helpful to let us know that there was no point bringing our luggage in from the car when the lodges are a short drive away from the main building! The winery tour was informative, and the tasting (left to our own devices, going at our own pace) was very interesting. With 5 wines to taste though, perhaps a few cubes of bread or a couple of crackers would have been a nice touch? And certainly some water. I am sure the water would have been provided had we asked, but I don't think we should need to request it. The tapas we had for dinner were excellent, and we chose our wines well to complement them! Good breakfast the following morning. We would love to see the place in the summer, and so hope to come back one day.
Food and wine was amazing. The food was tapas style and we really enjoyed every dish from the panko breaded monkfish to the venison casserole. We also bought a couple of bottles of wine to take home with us as we liked it so much. Well done 3 Choirs for delivering a lovely lunch during these unusual times.
We’ve dined here many times and rate it highly. However I’m not so keen on the tapas menu. We were also a bit disappointed by the atmosphere, albeit during the coronavirus crisis. Our 7.15 booking on a Saturday turned out to be the last of the evening and by 9.00 we were the only diners left. However we’ll be back because Three Choirs is a very good restaurant.
Very happy with the food was a lot better than last time we came a few years ago. Will definitely be going back
Very lovely food and great service definitely visit again
Even with the restrictions this is a friendly and enjoyable place to visit, good family meal on Sunday; hopefully w will be able to return with friends in 2021.
Amazing couple of nights stay. The tour was great fun and informative and the food has been delicious!
Recognising the limitations that covid presents, three choirs has responded admirably and now provides an intimate and bespoke service for guests. Absolutely 5 star 🌟
I have already carried out a Google review,in which I complemented all parts of our visit. Considering the current covid situation we found the staff to be friendly ,helpful and courteous. The food and wine were high quality and served timely. Our lodge was beautiful and in a fantastic location. Only observation was the bathroom felt a little tired although very clean and still functional.
Excellent service and great quality of food. Home grown wine also excellent.
We had a lovely overnight stay at Three Choirs and must compliment you particularly on the delicious meal in your restaurant.
A fantastic meal after a really interesting wine tour. Thank You!
Very average restaurant. Had high expectations as their website looked great, menus looked really nice and they kindly gave us the only booking left in the restaurant that wasn't residents only. Thought itwas going to be much more classy than it turned out to be, didn't even need a shirt. Booking was for 6.15pm and they rushed us to order before 6.30 as there was a 'large group' coming at 7pm... Despite it being the first day of increased covid restrictions of no more than 6 people at a table?? Would have been nice to be pre warned as we wanted to have a liesurely drink before dinner but instead we were finished by 7.45 and left by 8.30pm. They didn't sell the vineyard itself or the wines to us, they didn't describe any of them or even have tasting notes on the cheap laminated menu. To be fair the food was lovely (tapas), the wine was average and nothing I'd choose to buy again but was nice to taste English wine. Just hoped for more of an 'experience' rather than just an average restaurant, there weren't even any candles for atmosphere and we noticed that the residents staying at the lodge who dined definitely got more attentive service.
We had a lovely overnight stay in a Vineyard View Room which was just such a stunning view to look out across and to wake up to. The wine tour and tasting was very relaxed and friendly (all socially distanced) The Classic Cuvee as well as the Pinot Noir were definitely favourites of ours. We loved the Oak Aged Red (bought a bottle of that home with us) Our meal in the Brassiere was delicious and we loved the Tapas style menu as perfect with a glass or two of their wine and our full breakfast the next day was amazing too. All of the staff were so helpful and friendly. A Birthday card was also in our room for me from the Three Choirs Team as this was a belated 40th Birthday present from my husband which was lovely guesture. We hope to pop back in the future for another visit. Thanks so much for a wonderful stay.
Thoroughly enjoyable experience - staff, service, environment, all excellent.
Just returned from a wonderful weekend staying in a lodge at three choirs .Service ,accommodation and food was great .We had great weather ,so walking through the vineyard and the views was amazing .Only thing I felt was missing in the lodge was a fridge Otherwise great .
We thoroughly enjoyed the tapas lunch. There was an excellent choice of dishes. Everyone was spaced out well.
Really enjoyed our stay in August overall. The menu selection was not quite as good as when we visited a few years ago but appreciate this may be due to a restricted menu because of Covid. Last time we visited it was much more like fine dining than this time. However, our meal did cost us less than our previous visit so it seems the less technical/restricted menu was reflected in the price which is good. We had two bottles of your cuvee with/after dinner which we'd chosen from the wine tasting. It was in the shop and online at £16.99 but when we received our bill we'd been charged £21.99 per bottle. I appreciate that buying wine in a restaurant is obviously more expensive than in the shops but when it's produced on site and we literally could have just walked across to the shop and bought it there I was a bit surprised about the large difference which was a bit disappointing. Other than that we had a very nice stay.
Lovely day, weather was nice too for strolling around the vineyard, staff very friendly and helpful and the food was delicious.
We had made reservation a long time in advance of the date and had requested a table by the window. I appreciate that this request could not be guaranteed but we were shocked to be asked to sit at either a tall table with high seats more akin to having a drink rather than having a meal or the alternative of a table in the corner near to the serving area and totally lacking in any atmosphere. This table should not be offered to anyone. We asked to wait and within a few minutes we were seated by the window.
Great fooed (and wine) in a wonderful tranquil setting
We had such a beautiful stay at three Choirs, want to come back already. The food at the restaurant was delicious, the wine was great and the setting was stunning.