About Us

We are based on the edge of the Lake District in Torpenhow. Our gelato is made using traditional Italian recipes and the finest local ingredients.

In partnership with  the Torpenhow Cheese Company, Three Hills Gelato is committed to supporting local businesses and sourcing the freshest ingredients from the surrounding area.  That’s why we are proud to say that our milk and cream  is 100% organic and sourced from pasture-fed cows right on our very own farm. By using organic milk and cream, we can ensure that our gelato is not only delicious, but also free from any harmful chemicals or additives.

We offer a wide range of flavors, from classic favorites like chocolate and vanilla to more unique combinations like blueberry lemonade, honeycomb or salted caramel and pistachio. 


Torpenhow Cheese Company was founded in 2019 by Jenny and Mark Lee near the village of Torpenhow on the northern edge of the Lake District.

They use organic milk from their Jersey/Friesian herd to make creamy, deep-flavoured cheese, butter and yogurt.

We explored making gelato using their milk and were so impressed with the result we decided to move gelato production to the farm! This allows us to simplify production and reduce the distance the milk has to travel.

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Our belief is that non-stressed grazing cows produce top quality creamy milk, which is the foundation to top quality cheese. Our lovely single herd of Jersey-Friesian cows enjoy grazing outside for over 300-days a year, with everything they eat grown here at Park House Farm.


Witnessing first-hand how our cows actively sought and thrived on a more diverse diet was the very moment in time where we can say started our journey to gaining organic accreditation and committing the future of the land at Park House Farm to regenerative farming.



We are all familiar with meat and dairy products being promoted with ‘grass fed’ as a primary marketing message – and why not, it looks and sounds great. However, the reality is that these herds often need supplementary feed in addition to their natural grass diet and this is often manufactured cereal-based feeds.