Our Inns

The Hog’s Head Inn

The Hog’s Head Inn
The Hog’s Head InnThe Hog’s Head Inn

This stunning contemporary new-build inn on the edge of the historic market town of Alnwick is close to Alnwick Castle, which doubled as Hogwarts in the Harry Potter films and the beautiful Alnwick Garden. With 54 en-suite bedrooms and plentiful parking, The Hog’s Head Inn is an ideal base to explore the coast, castles and stunning scenery of England’s most northerly county.

The Hogs Head Inn, Hawfinch Drive, Alnwick, Northumberland, NE66 2BF

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The Bamburgh Castle Inn

The Bamburgh Castle Inn
The Bamburgh Castle InnThe Bamburgh Castle Inn

Sea views don’t come any better than those offered by this Northumberland coastal inn. Overlooking the harbour in the fishing village of Seahouses, visitors can take in panoramic views of the Farne Islands, Bamburgh Castle and Lindisfarne as they dine or drink. Selling home-cooked pub food including a popular Sunday Carvery, real ales, visiting local guest beers and offering 35 en-suite rooms.

The Bamburgh Castle Inn, Seahouses, Northumberland, NE68 7SQ

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The Lindisfarne Inn

The Lindisfarne Inn
The Lindisfarne InnThe Lindisfarne Inn

Just a few minutes’ drive from the unique Holy Island of Lindisfarne and close to the Border town of Berwick upon Tweed, this former coaching inn is handily located off the A1. Serving proper, home-cooked pub food all day, every day, The Lindisfarne Inn offers its visitors as warm a welcome as its roaring log fire. Modern, lodge-style accommodation houses 23 en-suite rooms.

The Lindisfarne Inn, Beal, Berwick upon Tweed, TD15 2PD

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The King’s Head Inn

The King’s Head Inn
The King’s Head InnThe King’s Head Inn

You’ll find the cosy King’s Head Inn at the foot of Roseberry Topping, Tees Valley’s beloved and distinctive landmark. With all the character and charm of a traditional country pub, The King’s Head Inn is within easy reach of Teesside. As well as an enviable reputation for high-quality pub fare, The King’s Head Inn offers accommodation in newly refurbished rooms.

The Kings Head Inn, Newton-Under- Roseberry, Cleveland. TS9 6QR

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The Seaton Lane Inn

The Seaton Lane Inn
The Seaton Lane InnThe Seaton Lane Inn

This former blacksmith’s forge has it nailed when it comes to location. Minutes from Co. Durham’s dramatic heritage coastline, Sunderland, Newcastle and Durham are also easily reached from this inn just off the A19. Offering quality locally-sourced food and award-winning Sunday dinners. The pub’s 18 modern en-suite bedrooms are perfect for those looking to stay.

The Seaton Lane Inn, Seaton Lane, Seaton, County Durham, SR7 0LP

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The Commissioners Quay Inn

The Commissioners Quay Inn
The Commissioners Quay InnThe Commissioners Quay Inn

Taking pole position on Blyth’s historic quay area, the stunning Commissioners Quay Inn has real wow factor, offering homemade food, drinks and a warm welcome. Overlooking the River Blyth towards the sea, this vibrant and welcoming pub with rooms has all day, every day laid-back dining, a wide range of delicious drinks and 40 contemporary en-suite bedrooms.

The Commissioners Quay Inn, Quay Road, Blyth, Northumberland, NE24 3AF

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The Kingslodge Inn

The Kingslodge InnThe Kingslodge Inn

Just a stone’s throw from the heart of historic Durham city yet surrounded by peaceful woodland, The Kingslodge Inn has all the benefits of a city-centre location but with a laid back, relaxed vibe.Less than a mile from the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Durham Cathedral and Castle – one of the best-loved and most recognisable landmarks in the country – and close to the mainline train station, The Kingslodge Inn is the perfect place to enjoy delicious, home-cooked pub food or a drink with friends, family or colleagues.

The Kingslodge Inn, Waddington Street, Flass Vale, Durham City, DH1 4BG

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