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For food and drink in a more relaxed environment there is no better place than the pub. Whether you are seeking crab sandwiches or a full Sunday roast there are plenty to choose from. Depending on where you want to go Hourglass are happy to recommend some pubs in beautiful locations offering views over the Coquet river, Craster Harbour or open countryside at Newton on the Moor.

If you are looking for a table at a set time we would strongly suggest booking well in advance to avoid any disappointment during peak times as these pubs are popular and will be busy!

The Jolly Fisherman was established by Charles Archbold in 1847. Over the past 165 years the building has grown in both size and reputation and is popular with locals, coastal ramblers and day-trippers alike.

Following a full refurbishment in 2012 new publican David Whitehead and his team are proud to continue and enhance the rich culinary heritage of one of Northumberland’s most iconic destinations.

Situated approximately 1 mile from the A1, perfectly positioned for direct access North & South; lies the idyllic village of Felton. The Northumberland Arms was built in the 1820’s by Hugh Percy, 3rd Duke of Northumberland, as a Coaching Inn where his coach horses, family and visitors could be refreshed before reaching Alnwick Castle. The building has been lovingly restored and presents the ultimate in chic, eclectic styling, whilst remaining warm comfortable and welcoming.

A real traditional Northumbrian Country Inn’ is the perfect description for The Cook & Barker Inn. From its elevated location in the picturesque village of Newton on the Moor, the Inn enjoys outstanding views of both the Northumberland Coast and the Cheviot hills. The Inn boasts an excellent restaurant, bar areas and beer garden. They have an extensive menu and provide a wide variety of dishes using locally sourced ingredients. Staff and really friendly and helpful.