The Three Cups Inn

Inn in Stockbridge, Hampshire

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The Three Cups Inn, High Street
SO20 6HB

The Three Cups Inn, Stockbridge

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The Three Cups is conveniently located in the one of Hampshire's most beautiful and ancient towns, Stockbridge. In the heart of the Test Valley. We positively encourage a home from home atmosphere, making us popular for business people, weekend breaks and locals alike.When arriving at the The Three Cups you will be met by a collection of cosy, snug like rooms where you can enjoy our selection of Local Real Ales, Fine Wines and eat European dishes with locally sourced ingredients.

All homemade.

The Three Cups has has wooden beamed ceilings, stone-wood flooring, handcrafted oak tables and chairs, fresh flowers, open fires places and candle light. Creating an intimate atmosphere. Our eight ensuite bedrooms are elegantly decorated, each one individually, in a modern cottage style.

All come with Power showers, Eden Complimentary Toiletries, Radox Deep Soak, Bubble Bath, Hair Dryer, Fresh Ground Coffee, Crisp Egyptain Cotton Sheets, A Large Freshly Cooked English Breakfast, Free High Speed Internet Access and Flat Screen Televisions. The Three Cups is conveniently located in the one of Hampshire's most beautiful and ancient towns, Stockbridge. In the heart of the Test Valley.

Stockbridge is famous for its stunning scenery, chalk stream trout fishing and wildlife, the River Test meanders right through the town including the 3 Cups garden. Award winning Head Chef Robert Quehan (ex-Dorchester & Ivy) has brought a new and exciting style of classic and French cuisine to the restaurant. He catches all our fish from his boat in the Solent that goes straight to The Three Cups table.

Together with front of House team, we aim to provide a relaxed and enjoyable experience. The low beamed dining room with its candlelit tables provides the prefect setting to enjoy your meal. Our restaurant with its high reputation offers a seasonal lunch, early evening dinner and a la carte menu, all of which have something to suit all tastes and appetites.

In the summer months our customers can spill out onto our sun- terrace located next to a babbling stream / rose garden and eat 'Al Fresco.' Upstairs the eight ensuite bedrooms are each elegantly decorated in a modern cottage style. We take a great pride in our locally sourced Ales. AA pick of the Pubs Awarded *** Inn 2010 Each beer has its own character, just like the locals drinking in our bar.

They vote that one of their favourites is Faggins. The other Ales we serve keep changing with every barrel.

 3 star rating

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