February 26th 2020
5 of the best cosy country pubs in Northumberland
There’s nothing better than sitting back with a refreshing drink in a cosy pub after a brisk walk on the beach or exploring the Northumberland countryside. So kick off your wellies and warm up by the fire in a cosy country pub on your next visit to Northumberland…
1.) The Red Lion Inn, Wooler
Staying at Strathmore in Wooler? For home-cooked comfort food in a warm and friendly environment, visit The Red Lion Inn. Proud of its freshly prepared food using locally-sourced, seasonal ingredients, the pub offers hearty mains including honey roast pork belly, homemade steak and ale pie and pan-fried salmon fillet. After that, finish with an indulgent dark chocolate bomb, packed with caramel ice cream and hot toffee sauce. Visit the pub’s website here.
2.) The Northumberland Arms, Felton
Pop into this elegant pub in the heart of Northumberland and experience the finest gourmet food just half a mile from Cowslip Cottage. With a contemporary design and light and airy interiors, this is the perfect place to wind down. Enjoy a range of meals from the menu such as ham hock terrine, braised ox cheek and monkfish curry. Visit The Northumberland Arms website here.
3.) The Percy Arms, Chatton
Take some time out in the tranquil village of Chatton, where you’ll find The Percy Arms – a picture-perfect pub with a dog-friendly bar area. Warm up with a pint after a countryside stroll, sit back and sip on something warm as you melt into the Chesterfield sofas, or enjoy sophisticated dishes in the restaurant. With all meals served on professional black plates with the most exquisite presentation, it is clear The Percy Arms takes great pride in its food. Find out more about The Percy Arms here.
4.) The Cook and Barker, Newton on the Moor
Settle in at this five-star restaurant-and-inn for cosy get-togethers. The phenomenal menus champion the finest Northumbrian ingredients. For a hearty lunch, try the slow-cooked lamb shoulder with homemade bubble ‘n’ squeak or savoury minced beef and dumplings. However, if you’re looking for a special evening meal, we recommend the chargrilled fillet steak and a glass of red. Visit The Cook and Barker website here.
5.) The Angel of Corbridge, Corbridge
Dating back to 1569, The Angel of Corbridge is an historic coaching inn, perfectly positioned in the heart of one of Northumberland’s best-loved towns. Its menus are jam-packed with variety and seasonal, local produce. Cosy up next to the log fires with a coffee. If you’re feeling peckish, dig into filling dishes such as grilled Geordie Cumberland Sausage with creamed potatoes or battered North Sea fish with triple-cooked chips. Afterwards, the kitchen’s very own sticky toffee pudding is a real favourite among locals. Discover more about The Angel of Corbridge here.
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