Black Horse Beamish

UK England North East England County Durham Beamish

More than 300 years old, the Black Horse Beamish is a country pub within walking distance of the world’s oldest railway bridge, Causey Arch, and Beamish Museum, where staff in period costume convey aspects of north-eastern life in bygone times. The pub’s beer garden overlooks undulating greenery along the boundary of County Durham and Gateshead. The spacious and welcoming pub is a popular dining spot. The kitchen sources ingredients from local farms and its varied menu includes a range of steaks plus a masterful sticky toffee pudding. Farmhouse-style furniture, exposed stonework and a sizable conservatory foster an airy yet cosy vibe. The accommodation encompasses rooms in a stone-built terrace. Oak furniture, copper bathtubs and artworks depicting local scenes create an opulent but comfortable vibe. The rooms also have walk-in showers and are stocked with aromatic White Company toiletries. Five contemporary rooms, including two self-catering suites, are available in the Red Row Retreat. These rooms are geared towards the needs of wedding parties. Requiring a two-night minimum stay, the estate’s Huckleberry Cottage is a short walk from the pub. It features a sizable kitchen, a living room with wood-fired stove and a conservatory dining room has two bedrooms. Its terrace has outdoor seating. For an additional charge dogs are welcome to stay at the Black Horse Beamish. Though not permitted into the dining area they can accompany you into the bar whose fireplace provides warmth on chilly days.

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Pricing

Double rooms with breakfast from £180 a night. An extra £30 is charged for each dog.

Rooms

17 rooms.

Location

Black Horse Beamish, Red Row, Beamish, Durham DH9 0RW

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