Pubs in Tynemouth & Whitley Bay

Whether you are looking for a relaxing family lunch after a fun filled day at the beach, or a lively night out after a day of sight-seeing, the eclectic range of pubs in Tyneside and Whitley Bay offer something for everyone. United in the desire to provide a homely, comforting experience, you will be sure to receive a warm welcome on arrival. The craft beer movement has seen an exciting surge in the emergence of unique micro pubs, celebrating local breweries with ever changing ales which are just waiting to be tried and tested. With so many popular drinking spots to sample, why not try an Ale Trail to guide you through the very best the region has to offer. Cheers to that!



Hartley Lane, Whitley Bay, NE25 0SZ

Surrounded by idyllic country side, and just a 30 minute walk from St. Mary’s lighthouse, you will find The Beehive. Bursting with charm and character, this traditional British pub sits within a Grade II listed building dating back to the 18th century. A hidden entrance leads to a beautiful secret garden complete with a bar, children’s play area and outdoor seating, the perfect spot to unwind in the afternoon sun.



Spanish City, Whitley Bay, NE26 2BG

The Split Chimp is a quirky micro pub featuring its own house ale, guest ales, keg beers, ciders, bottled craft beers, wine and spirits too. Choose to sit outdoors during warmer months to take in the sea view, or opt to stay indoors to appreciate the unique décor with exposed brickwork, funky art and an indoor skittle alley. Either way you will encounter a very warm welcome from this popular drinking spot.



Tynemouth Metro Station, Tynemouth, NE30 4RE

If you’re travelling to the coast via Tynemouth Metro station, ensure that you pop into Platform 2. Celebrating local breweries you will find an ever changing choice of beer, guaranteed to quench your thirst. Formerly a station waiting room, the décor pays homage to its roots with quirky memorabilia. There's additional seating on the station concourse and you will even find a free vintage jukebox.



36 Park View, Whitley Bay, NE26 2TH

Winning awards such as Overall Tyneside pub of the year in 2019 and 2020, as well as featuring in the CAMRA’s Good Beer guide, The Dog & Rabbit micro brew pub is definitely worth a visit. With their own brewery situated at the back of the pub, you will find their very own beers in house. Expect a warm, friendly welcome as you mix with the locals and enjoy real ale conversations in this popular drinking spot.



63 front Street, Tynemouth, NE30 4BT

With a history dating back to the 18th century, The Salutation is one of Tynemouth’s oldest pubs. Some of the pubs authentic character has been retained and carefully blended with contemporary style to create a relaxing and comfortable space. If sports your thing, a 98” projector screen at the rear of the pub offers an enhanced viewing experience. Alternatively you can relax in the beer garden complete with outdoor heaters.