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All reviewsthe pubreal alefull english breakfasttwo double bedsfriendly staff and localsattending a friends weddingstayed here for nightsevening mealfamily roomhome cookingdumplingsopen firelasagnaensuite bathroomnext morningpietea coffee
People were lovely the food was amazing and the staff was do hopeful. I would go back again for the quality of food and the politeness of the staff. The staff were very helpful and made us feel welcome
We stayed for three nights in one of the family rooms which had two large beds in the same room. It slept our family of 4 comfortably and the room was clean and functional (outlets, tv, dressers, teapot,etc). The bathroom is a little small but...More
We stayed here for two night. The land Lord and the staff was so kind. Food was really good .it was clean .We will be staying there again . Because it's a dog friendly pub we will be take our dog next time we visit.
A little rough around the edges but the hospitality and food more than made up for this. We stayed here for 3 nights, good location for the Beamish Museum, friendly staff, who couldn't do enough to make our stay perfect. Greeted by a very friendly...More
We stayed here for 2 nights, prior to a cruise from Newcastle. Excellent service, good location, friendly staff, not forgetting Buddy the friendliest dog on the planet. Breakfast was excellent, ate both evenings, food was very good, plenty of it. Would recommend the place to...More
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Not sure of the mileage but it takes just 10 minutes to walk to the museum downhill. There is a bus stop outside of the inn and the bus takes you straight into the museum every half hour. Bus it back as it is uphill to... More
Not sure of the mileage but it takes just 10 minutes to walk to the museum downhill. There is a bus stop outside of the inn and the bus takes you straight into the museum every half hour. Bus it back as it is uphill to walk.
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