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Fantastic little pub with a large range of real ales. Staff and locals are very friendly but it’s let down by the well overpriced accommodation.
I thought the price paid for a small (but very clean) room with a shared bathroom and no shower gel...More
I have to say this was a random evening. We walked in and thought we’d made a mistake in booking in for food. However all the staff and locals were so friendly we soon felt at ease. Then we had a VERY reasonably priced Thai...More
Was disappointed when we arrived here for a traditional pub lunch.., we found the menu didn’t fit the look of the pub and menu was Thai..
we ordered toasted sandwiches which weren’t great .. thou it did look it had just changed management and they...More
Cycled here on Sunday. Beautiful day and a very popular pub. Great selection of beers. We both had a Thai Chicked dish which were delicious, and presume was cooked by the lovely Thai lady that served us. It was very fresh and highly recommended.
Having walked along the tyne - stunning - highlight spotting kingfisher - we walked from wylam to blaydon and travelled back on train. The boathouse is situated right by the station - so a quick pint seemed mandatory. Good selection of ales - and great...More
Tucked away in a corner of Northumberland this is an easy spot to overlook. Next to the River Tyne and Newcastle to Carlisle railway with its own station Wylam should be on every Tourist's map but, like many spots in this part of the World,...More
Few folk have to walk 4 miles to get a great pint, a pie and mushy peas or a terrific cheese and onion toasty, but in my case it's the reward and half way stage of one of the finest walks well rewarded to anywhere...More