The Kings Head, Lanchester

Our Sister Pub The Kings head, situated in the beautiful village of Lanchester, is a busy venue at the heart of the community. Producing delicious meals 7 days a week, including a daily carvery and a date and steak night, as well as a selection of delicious cocktails and wines from around the world, it really is worth stopping in if you're in the area. There's also a weekly quiz with cash prizes, and parts of the building can be hired for private functions. Contact details are below! 

Address: Station Road Lanchester Durham DH7 0EX Phone: 01207 520054

 

The Jolly Drovers, Consett

Our sister Pub The Jolly Drovers, located in Consett, is a classic pub with something for everyone. A daily carvery, family pizza deals and a discounted lunch menu along with a delicious main menu means there's plenty of options when it comes to food. There's not just a wide choice to eat though, with a massive selection of drinks and a fantastic cocktail menu, there's enough drinks to keep you going well in to the night!

Address: Pont Ln Leadgate Consett DH8 6RR
Phone: 01207 500999
Website: www.jollydroversleadgate.co.uk
E-mail: info@jollydroversleadgate.co.uk

The Falcon, Prudhoe

Our Sister Pub the Falcon, located in Prudhoe, is a family friendly gastro-pub. Serving up weekly specials, including a lunch time special and a family pizza night, there's something for everybody!

Eastwood Terrace Prudhoe NE42 5DN

Phone: 01661 836056

 

Tanfield Railway

Tanfield Railway is a standard gauge heritage railway that can be found less than half an hour from Newcastle, and within easy reach of Tyneside, Wearside and County Durham. Steam trains run every Sunday and Bank Holiday on a picturesque 6 mile round trip from Sunniside in Gateshead to East Tanfield near Stanley.

This is a great day out for families and history fans alike, with Europe's oldest working engine shed to explore, and the world's oldest railway bridge to investigate. Combined with the opportunity to ride on the world's oldest railway makes a visit a must for anyone visiting the area, especially if they have an interest in the proud railway heritage.

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Beamish Hall Country House Hotel

The 17th-century listed hall is set across 24 acres of parkland, just 5 miles from the A1(M) Junction 63. Beamish Hall is situated between the City of Durham and the City of Newcastle upon Tybe. Beamish Hall is next door to the Beamish Museum-The North of Englands Open Air Musem. Close to the Gateshead Metro Centre Shopping Centre and many more alternative attractions for you to visit. 

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Beamish, The Living Museum Of The North

A living, working museum that uses its collections to connect with people from all walks of life and tells the story of everyday life in the North East of England

3 guiding principles in how Beamish works:

  • Putting the visitors first in everything we do
  • Genuine community engagement – enabling participation in the making of the museum, creating enduring connections
  • Self-reliance – an entrepreneurial spirit looking for new opportunities to grow and reach more people
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