Although situated is a relatively new building, the site has boasted a pub since the 16th century. The name ‘The Three Lords’ comes from three Scottish noblemen (Lord Lovat, The Earl of Kilmarnock and Lord Balmerino) who all had their last nights rest, their last meal and their last drink at the original inn. The three lords had been involved in the 1745 Rebellion when Prince Charles tried to overthrow George II. For their involvement they were beheaded as traitors. In the sixties the bar staff would dress in tartan, but not today.