Pubs in Northumberland 

With some of the most fascinating back stories, many of the pubs in the region are steeped in as much history as the tourist attractions that surround them. Often with restored original features you can appreciate the charm of its past, whilst enjoying offerings of the present with a refreshing drink or a satisfying lunch.

Situated within picturesque villages or dotted along the Northumbrian coastline, you will find a pub on every corner. Many pubs also offer accommodation, helping you to explore as much of the region as possible during your visit.  

Mix with the locals, sample local ales and beers and relax in the comforting and welcoming environment provided in a traditional Northumbrian pub.



Hedley on the Hill, Stocksfield, NE43 7SW

Enjoy award winning food and drink within a traditional and relaxed environment at The Feathers Inn. An establishment passionate about sustainability, they work closely with local farmers and suppliers, whilst also taking into consideration animal welfare, so you can rest assured that only the finest ethically farmed produce will be served.



Newton-by-the-Sea, Northumberland, NE66 3EA

The Joiners Arms is situated in the pretty coastal village of Newton by the Sea. You can opt to relax with a drink, stay the night in a boutique suite or dine in the award winning restaurant offering traditional home style cooking with a Northumbrian twist. A perfect place to admire the beauty of the Northumbrian coastline, why not take in the postcard scenery with a relaxing pre or post pub stroll.



The Peth, Northumberland, NE65 9EE

The Northumbrian Arms beautifully blends old and new. Originally a Coaching Inn built by the 3rd Duke of Northumberland in the 1820’s, the charm of its past has been retained and honoured. Offering a menu of creative dishes, you can opt to drink or dine al fresco to admire picturesque views including the River Coquet as well as a 16th century bridge.



Haven Hill, Northumberland, NE66 3TR

The Jolly Fisherman is nestled in the picturesque Northumberland fishing harbour of Craster, a mile and a half from Dunstanburgh Castle. Dating back to 1847, the building has been carefully restored retaining the charm of it’s past. Stunning sea views, delicious home cooking and a relaxed environment makes this pub a popular choice with locals, coastal walkers and visitors.



Longframlington, Northumberland, NE65 8DP

Located in the heart of Northumberland, The Granby Inn is conveniently placed within reach of attractions such as Alnwick town, the Cheviot Hills, the Northumbrian coast and the Roman Wall. Guests can expect a warm, friendly welcome, great food and a comfortable, relaxing stay. The award winning restaurant is a must for both residents and visitors, offering a range of menus to cater to all, in a relaxed and cosy environment.