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We took a short walk in here as we were staying in a cottage nearby. It was between Christmas and New Year, so they only had a limited menu available - scampi, sausages or all day breakfast. What we had was good though. The pub...More
After a walk to alston and back to garigill we called in for a drink the lady behind the bar was very friendly and welcoming there was to fires on and our dog blue was made welcome too what a little hidden gem this inn...More
This wonderful pub has been open and shut for many years but now has been fully open for a year now, and how welcome that is. It is exactly how a North Pennine, and indeed any north country pub should be. Stone flag floors, roaring...More
Called in today for a couple of pints after a pleasant walk in the South Tyne valley. Really nice centuries old pub with a great ambience. Beer was spot on and landlord very welcoming. Very pleased we stopped by.
We did ring ahead to make sure - landlord very helpful - good selection of beer although I didn't have any mid cycle ride. Hearty food - I had soup followed by plum crumble (made from organic plums from landlord's mother in law's garden) -...More
Earlier in the year my wife and I stopped in this pub after a walk in the area - it was a Sunday and we had a beer here. Talking to the really friendly landlord I asked him if they were open for lunch durin...More
Wonderful to discover the George and Dragon re-opened by a committed local on a day just returned from 9 miles over the high fells. Fire up the chimney and a rewarding chat.
open lunchtime weekends as well as evenings, best to check during the week...More
A traditional 17 th century pub in a small village on the Pennine Way or C2C trail
Believe it's not long been re opened and the landlord and his staff are trying very hard to make a successful business
There are still flagstone floors ,...More
Great to find the pub open and loved again. Very friendly and welcoming. Food in the evenings and pub open every weekday evening and lunchtime too on the weekend. Well worth a visit if you’re in the area. I highly recommend the rhubarb cider!
This is a small but great traditional pub. The owners are friendly and although the food menu is small it was well cooked. The portions were huge especially the kids food. We particularly liked that they welcome dogs, walkers and cyclists, muddy boots not a...More