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Small traditional real ale pub. Offering a cozy, friendly & welcoming environment for both tourists & locals alike. We cannot provide restaurant service or capacity. Just good honest pub fayre for individuals, couples & small parties. Please note. We are unable to accommodate parties of 6 or more.
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch, Drinks
Bar, British, Pub
Full Bar, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Street Parking, Serves Alcohol, Accepts Visa, Free Wifi, Highchairs Available, Accepts Credit Cards
All reviews steak and ale pie mash fish and chips salad pudding the pub great atmosphere hadrian's wall real ale selection of beers roaring fire generous portions an evening meal sunday lunch landlord dog ales
Visited the Black Bull, on the last evening of our short break and really enjoyed the olde worlde surroundings of a good old fashioned pub.
The food was excellent, but my word you need a good appetite!!
The main problem was the length of time...More
Found this great little pub on the first day of our visit. We had a meal on the Friday which was excellent. We had lunch on Saturday ...again excellent. The pub has a great choice of ales, helpful friendly staff and a wonderful log fire...More
Located in the village centre, this is a warm friendly pub, which has fantastic food on offer.
You have to get there early, or book a table as it appears to be very busy, the open fire definitely adds to character of the pub.
Not the first time we have visited here, most definitely will not be the last.
Fantastic food, especially the Steak and Wolf Ale pie.
Staff were even better, very welcoming and ever so friendly.
Can't wait to come back
We visited this emporium to eat a meal and have a drink. On going through the main door my impression was that it was pub for locals only and no one was eating or appeared to have a table big enough to eat.
Traditional English pub with great ales and good food (regrettably not served Mondays and Tuesdays). We stayed at Belford House for a week and the Black Bull was less than a stone's throw away. The atmosphere was everything you would want including log fire and...More
This was our second visit to the area. We were a little disappointed that they didn't serve food on a Monday (delicious last time) but we understand that everybody needs a day off.
We sat by the large log fire drinking excellently kept and poured...More
Great old pub with friendly locals and landlord. A much higher rating would have been given if food had been served but I suppose the chef has to have his holidays too. Heard that the good is awesome, beer good and atmosphere wonderful. Got the...More