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Birthday celebration

Having had a delightful Sunday lunch in May, we booked for a luncheon on a Tuesday. The restaurant... read more

Reviewed 26 July 2018
Gerald D
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Cambridge, United Kingdom
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A hidden ancient site

We had quite a drive here but it was well worth it. We parked on the street and entered through the... read more

Reviewed 4 June 2018
Michelle B
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Braintree, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 26 July 2018 via mobile

Having had a delightful Sunday lunch in May, we booked for a luncheon on a Tuesday. The restaurant wasn’t very busy and it was a very hot day. We received a warm welcome and given the wine menu then the waiters disappeared. It has a...More

Thank Gerald D
Reviewed 4 June 2018

We had quite a drive here but it was well worth it. We parked on the street and entered through the beautiful meadow like church yard of St Marys. The mounds are a fantastic site and the largest one has steps to the top, which...More

Thank Michelle B
Reviewed 16 April 2018 via mobile

We had one of the best meals I've had for a long time. The place has been wonderfully restored and remodeled into a comfortable warm place to eat with a bar, lounge, and rooms to stay. The menu was small and full of delicious things....More

Thank Sandra B
Reviewed 24 February 2018 via mobile

Went there t day with hubby and two kids oh and the dog. Had a great time letting the kids loose. Only one of the hills has steps which are rather steep so not idea for those who are unsteady on their feet. The other...More

Thank poppet2017
Reviewed 29 August 2017

I brought a mountain bike (here, away from home for work) and the bridleways are excellent cycling territory. You can meander about and even cycle all the way into Cambridge on the Roman Road. Note to roadies - I usually bring a road bike and...More

Thank IT_Contractor
Reviewed 24 August 2017

Arriving via a very shaded narrow footpath we emerged into a peaceful glade that the three remaining Tumuli reside. You do not quite know quite what to expect and the tallest was impressive. We climbed the stairs to the top of the largest (where we...More

Thank colinleslie
Reviewed 29 November 2016

I am very lucky that I live within walking distance of the three remaining of originally seven Roman burial mounds, the Three Bartlow Hills. In the guardianship of Cambridgeshire County Council they are kept free from trees and shrubs and are a beautiful sight at...More

Thank Rosiedarling
Reviewed 20 November 2016 via mobile

These ancient mounds are little known and very poorly signposted. After following a path alongside a corrogated iron fence you are confronted by three huge barrows. They are very impressive but perhaps too far from Stonehenge

Thank JohnD3028
Reviewed 15 February 2016

Bartlow Hills are a Romano-British burial mound complex. They are the largest Roman era burial mounds North of the Alps. This is a stunning archaeological site yet is almost unknown compared to Silbury Hill. It is free to visit and there are Interpreatation boards filled...More

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