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The pub looks as if it.s lost in time from the outside. The bar to the left as you enter doesnt help either ...being small, cramped etc. Hiwever, first impressions can deceive. Through the right door, along a dingy corridor, there.s a fantastic open, bright...More
At first it looks like a hole in a wall but in fact the door is the entrance to the pub - access to the public bar and a passage to the back where there is a lounge bar, dining area and games area. Out...More
Very welcoming for myself and two other soldiers. Visited last week for a pint and a nice big pot of tea and could have easily spent longer here, however reluctantly had to go back to work. Returned this week to have another pint and a...More
This was a wonderful place to stay as part of my Reivers Way walk. Good start to a long, wet, ugly 20 miles the next day!! Very comfortable room, lovely lounge with wood stove to dry boots, great breakfast. Nice pub to hang out in...More
We booked our night here as it was around the mid point of the Sandstone Way mountain bike cycle route from Berwick to Hexham. We couldn’t have made a better choice. After a gruelling day in the saddle we arrived, battered and exhausted and almost...More