With an expanding portfolio of inns The Inn Collection Group is committed to delivering excellence in customer service, value for money and quality across all of our services. Our company ethos is to provide our customers with the perfect place to ‘eat, drink, sleep and explore’.
Specialising in both the acquisition and management of successful pubs across the North of England, when stepping inside an Inn Collection Group pub you will enjoy a warm welcome together with high-quality food, drink and accommodation that represents real value for money.
Our pubs play an important role in their neighbourhoods by supporting local charities, sourcing locally and engaging with community initiatives. As a direct result of our ongoing commitment to service through staff training, supplier and stakeholder engagement and attention to detail across every element of our customer offering, our inns are recognised as true hospitality beacons.
The Inn Collection Group is backed by Alchemy Partners. We are proud to partner stakeholders including the AA, Visit Britain, Visit Northumberland and Cask Marque.
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.
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 46 en-suite rooms.
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 53 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.
Newly opened in January 2019, The Amble Inn is the place to eat, drink, sleep and explore from at the southern gateway to the Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The Amble Inn offers 30 contemporary en-suite bedrooms and, as always with an The Inn Collection Group inn, you can expect delicious, homemade food as well as a wide range of drinks to enjoy.
Taking pole position on Blyth’s historic quay area, step inside the Commissioners Quay Inn for fantastic home-made food, a wide range of drinks, fabulous accommodation and a very warm welcome every time.
The jewel in the crown of Blyth’s impressive harbour development, the stylish Commissioners Inn makes the most of every inch of its water’s edge location.
With style and quirky charm in abundance, the newly refurbished Seaton Lane Inn offers laid back dining with delicious, homemade fare, a welcoming bar and 18 en-suite boutique-style bedrooms.
Minutes from County Durham’s dramatic heritage coastline, the attractions of Sunderland, Durham and Newcastle upon Tyne are also easily reached from this inn just off the A19.
Just a short stroll 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 has with the charm of a countryside inn.
With 23 en-suite rooms The Kingslodge Inn is a great base fo r a break away in this fantastic city, and the perfect place to enjoy delicious, home-cooked pub food or a drink with friends, family or colleagues.
The King’s Head Inn in the picture-postcard village of Newton under Roseberry is your gateway to the North York Moors National Park and the Cleveland Way.
Sitting beneath the iconic Roseberry Topping – Cleveland’s “Matterhorn of the North” – this charming inn with 12 en-suite bedrooms is close to Yorkshire’s seaside gems of Staithes, Whitby and Scarborough.
Located on the shores of Coniston Water with sensational lake and fell views, The Coniston Inn is undergoing a full restoration ahead of its re-opening in March 2020.
Formerly The Waterhead Hotel, the Inn’s stunning location will make it the perfect base from which to explore the Lake District National Park.
Located in the heart of the town of Ambleside this traditional Lakeland slate building — a hotel for around 300 years — is currently undergoing an exciting restoration ahead of its re-opening in December 2019.
The inn will offer delicious homemade pub food all day, every day; a wide range of drinks and quality accommodation in 30 newly refurbished bedrooms.