Three HillsAshdon Road
Named after burial mounds dating back to Roman Times. There were seven but the coming of the railway line saw this reduced to three. The largest remaining is 45 feet high. Large (for a country pub), and opened out into one long thin bar with a separate dining area. The Three Hills still shows a number of original features, with a large inglenook fireplace to add to the obligatory exposed wooden beams. The Three Hills was purchased by a local couple in early 2016. It will be closed for several months while significant work, including building a B&B guesthouse, is carried out. When it reopens in early 2017 it will be a gastro-pub that will contain a separate bar to serve those who just wish to drink. After being closed for extensive works for just over a year, the Three Hills reopened on 19th November 2017.