Went for a mid week carvery, very nice good portions and food properly cooked. The overall look of the place is lovely and they offer themed accommodation. I would recommend a visit it's lovely
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Been here a few times before and always liked the restaurant. Massive portions, so be prepared. Really enjoyable meal, especially beef, mushroom & black bean with both rice, chips & even prawn crackers on the side. Fabulous desserts and once again huge portion.
We had a really lovely meal in this lovely old coaching inn not far from Beamish Museum. The menu is very diverse ,local favourites, classic English fare, Steaks & Fish . Our party was well looked after & universally impressed! The food was very good...More
We arrived for afternoon tea and were shown to a table the room was very dark and dingy, the food arrived which for the price was particularly poor, bread wasn't fresh, very little filling in sandwiches, scones were served with no jam or cream we...More
Visited here with my partner and toddler. First impressions excellent, wonderful decor and ambience. We ordered beef stroganoff, corned beef pie and chips and chicken and chips for my son. The food was lovely. Slight criticism, the waitress was a bit grumpy and we waited...More
We ate here as a family with ten in the party so had a wide choice of dishes and none failed to satisfy. Very good choice of dishes - perhaps too much to choose from! Staff all very friendly, polite and always available. Service prompt...More
We came here for Sunday lunch, one of the male staff members came to take our orders and referred to me as ‘darling’ very unprofessional and I’m not your darling, darling! I ordered a starter of Pâté it was unspreadable as it had the consistency...More
Beautiful country venue. Suited our family who are very interested in horses and farming. Tractors and horse related decor was fantastic. Food and service were excellent. The wedding room was delightful. Wedding party also stayed in rooms with a hot tub.