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Good food and fabulous service. We called in as we were staying nearby. There was an excellent choice on the menu and it was reasonably priced. The food was served in good time and was delicious. Excellent no nonsense food!
The staff couldn’t have been friendlier. We only stopped in for drinks following a days walk. Great selection of beers and ciders in the center of this quaint old village. It’s 2 miles off the Hadrian’s Wall path, so not too convenient for walkers, but...if you’re spending the night in Brampton it’s worth a visit. The fact that they had Worthington’s Ale is enough to draw me backMore
Visited early in January for lunch, sadly no food available, strange pub, rather empty of furniture, and a little soulless, my wine was good and one of my companions real ales was very good, but the larger was apparently average.
On a walking holiday and needed some food. Popped into the Nag's Head and we were greeted by friendly, helpful staff. The food and drinks were great value for money. If you're in Brampton we'd recommend a visit!
Service was slow, and the lasagna (which had no tomato sauce--interesting) was made with nothing more than a weird meat paste. It tasted a bit off, but it was late and it took so long to get the food that I ate it. Maybe it...wasn't the food, but I was sick in the middle of the night--the only time that happened during a three week trip.More