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Slaley Rose and Crown is a grade 2 listed building and is owned and operated by the community which it serves. It is currently the only community owned pub/restaurant in the North East. We guarantee you a warm welcome and will serve you with freshly cooked, locally sourced food prepared in house by our expert Head Chef. We are a Freehouse and stock a good range of beers, real ales, wines, spirits, soft drinks etc. We have comfortable recently refurbished B&B letting rooms and are currently working on a flat which we propose to rent as holiday accommodation. Please phone for details. We are situated in the heart of the Northumberland countryside and enjoy spectacular views to the rear.
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Stopped here yesterday 15/2/19 for a light lunch with the husband. The lady behind the bar was very welcoming. We had a hot beef baguette with a side order of chips, and it has to be one of the nicest hot beef I've ever tasted....More
Dropped in for a "swift half" on a Monday afternoon, and were greated by a roaring fire. The bar man was happy to let us try a sample of all the beers before we made our choices. We did of course end up staying for...More
Excellent English country pub evening meal - lovely welcome, friendly staff, cosy log fire on a wintry evening and the food was excellent. What you would expect from an English pub and more! We would definitely recommend.
I vIsited the Rose & Crown last Saturday night in a party of six for an evening meal. Between us we ordered a variety of starters and mains. Every member of my group was hugely impressed with the food presented to us. The Rose &...More
I stayed here for one night while on business in the area. A great little pub with a roaring fire was very welcoming. The accommodation is in a joining building to the pub so you dont have to keep walking through the pub to get...More
We visited this pub looking for an evening meal after having travelled over 6 hours (flight + drive). We were exhausted and really needed a hot meal that would revitalise us.
When we entered the pub, we were greeted by a cosy fireplace, and enjoyed...More
Me and my boyfriend were staying at slaley hall just down the road and wanted some good pub food. After reading the good reviews before going, we weren't left disappointed! Polite, friendly staff who are happy to help and chat; really tasty food and fairly...More
This was the second time I had stayed here and I wasn't disappointed the second time. The hospitality of this lovely Northumbrian pub in a pretty village was ideal for my son and I visiting. the rooms were of the highest quality - well maintained...More