Something sweet

Icecream, Northumberland style

A holiday on the coast would not be complete without icecream…

Coxon’s Icecream is a must when visiting this part of the coast. Grab a 99 through the hatch in Main Street, Seahouses and then wander down to the harbour wall, or sit in the parlour and really indulge. Their icecream van can also be spotted at Beadnell Bay during the summer months.

Alternatively, head to Morwick or Doddington Dairies and have some icecream straight from the farm.

The Northumberland Arms

The Northumberland Arms Felton

From evening meals to breakfast or brunch, The Northumberland Arms serves locally-sourced, seasonal fayre in its bar and restaurant by acclaimed Head Chef & North East Chef of the Year, Gabor Puzstai.

This magnificently refurbished 1820s coaching inn was built by the 3rd Duke of Northumberland and offers a delectable bar and grill menu as well as mouth-watering a la Carte dining in the intimate Cromwell Restaurant.

Situated in the in the idyllic village of Felton, the inn has direct views of the River Coquet and is a short drive from our Alnmouth and Amble properties.

The Northumberland Arms, The Peth, Felton, NE65 9EE

Tel: 01670 787370

www.northumberlandarms-felton.co.uk

The Percy Arms

The Percy Arms, Chatton 

With rave reviews and locally sourced seasonal produce, The Percy Arms – in the heart of rural Northumberland – is a short drive from our Rosebud cottage and well worth the drive if you are staying on the coast.

With its own herb gardens and soon-to-arrive quails for its own eggs, this gastro pub has become renowned for serving up inspirational dishes at the hands of Head Chef Alistair Merrey and for its personal touch executed by manager Trevor Thorne.

Situated in the quaint village location of Chatton it has impressive private function rooms as well as welcoming bar and restaurant areas.

The Percy Arms, Main Road, Chatton, NE66 5PS

Tel: 01668 215244

www.percyarmschatton.co.uk

 

 

 

Eating Out

Our restaurant and café recommendations

Something sweet

Icecream, Northumberland style

A holiday on the coast would not be complete without icecream…

Coxon’s Icecream is a must when visiting this part of the coast. Grab a 99 through the hatch in Main Street, Seahouses and then wander down to the harbour wall, or sit in the parlour and really indulge. Their icecream van can also be spotted at Beadnell Bay during the summer months.

Alternatively, head to Morwick or Doddington Dairies and have some icecream straight from the farm.

The Northumberland Arms

The Northumberland Arms Felton

From evening meals to breakfast or brunch, The Northumberland Arms serves locally-sourced, seasonal fayre in its bar and restaurant by acclaimed Head Chef & North East Chef of the Year, Gabor Puzstai.

This magnificently refurbished 1820s coaching inn was built by the 3rd Duke of Northumberland and offers a delectable bar and grill menu as well as mouth-watering a la Carte dining in the intimate Cromwell Restaurant.

Situated in the in the idyllic village of Felton, the inn has direct views of the River Coquet and is a short drive from our Alnmouth and Amble properties.

The Northumberland Arms, The Peth, Felton, NE65 9EE

Tel: 01670 787370

www.northumberlandarms-felton.co.uk

The Percy Arms

The Percy Arms, Chatton 

With rave reviews and locally sourced seasonal produce, The Percy Arms – in the heart of rural Northumberland – is a short drive from our Rosebud cottage and well worth the drive if you are staying on the coast.

With its own herb gardens and soon-to-arrive quails for its own eggs, this gastro pub has become renowned for serving up inspirational dishes at the hands of Head Chef Alistair Merrey and for its personal touch executed by manager Trevor Thorne.

Situated in the quaint village location of Chatton it has impressive private function rooms as well as welcoming bar and restaurant areas.

The Percy Arms, Main Road, Chatton, NE66 5PS

Tel: 01668 215244

www.percyarmschatton.co.uk

 

 

 

Dining Out Coastal Retreats
Alnmouth

Bistro 23 – A tea room in the day and a fully-licensed restaurant on Wednesday and Saturday evenings. Alnmouth. Tel: 01665 830393.

Alnwick

The Treehouse – In the grounds of Alnwick Gardens, this magical treetop restaurant complete with wobbly rope bridges should not be missed. Denwick Lane, Alnwick. Tel: 01665 511852.

Amble

The Old Boat House – Fantastic seafood overlooking Amble harbour. Great for light lunches or evening meals watching the sun go down. Leazes Street, Amble. Tel: 01665 711232

Bamburgh

Mizen Head Seafood Restaurant – A seafood lovers’ paradise. Highly recommended. Lucker Road, Bamburgh. Tel: 01668 214254.

Sunnyhills of Belford– A wholesome and fun farm shop bistro with fresh, local and tasty breakfasts, lunches and cakes. There is a play area for the children, ride-on tractors, chickens and alpacas. South Road, Belford. Tel: 01668 219662.

The Potted Lobster – A newcomer to the Bamburgh restaurant scene and receiving rave reviews for its delicious seafood. Well worth a try. 2-3 Lucker Road, Bamburgh. Tel: 01668 214088.

The Victoria Hotel– Enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner at the brasserie within this central village hotel. Great service and a fulfilling children’s menu. 1 Front Street, Bamburgh. Tel: 01668 214431.

The Wynding at the Lord Crewe – Excellent service at this hotel restaurant. Front Street, Bamburgh. Tel: 01668 214243.

Berwick upon Tweed

The Barn at Beal – A café and restaurant overlooking the causeway to Holy Island. Beal Farm, Berwick upon Tweed. Tel: 01289 381477.

Craster

Craster Fish Restaurant – The seafood restaurant of the smokery has recently undergone a transformation to excellent reviews. Haven Hill, Craster. Tel: 01665 576223.

The Jolly Fisherman – a gastro pub with fantastic sea views and gorgeous crab sandwiches. Haven Hill, Craster. Tel: 01665 576461.

The Shoreline Café – The perfect spot for breakfast, soup, sandwiches, cake and cappuccinos. 1 Church Street, Craster. Tel: 01665 571251.

Newton by the Sea

The Joiners Arms – A family-friendly gastro pub with great food and cool interior. Newton by the Sea. Tel: 01665 576112.

The Ship Inn – A relaxed pub with a log fire and outdoor seating in a grassed courtyard overlooking Low Newton beach. Serves lobster straight off the boat in the Spring and Summer months. It has a micro brewery and great coffee. Low Newton. Tel: 01665 576262

Chathill

Carnaby’s Cafe – Carnaby’s has an excellent cafe (Coastal Retreats receive 15% off food through our partner offers) as well as a gift and homeware shop, and a children’s play area.

Seahouses

Elan Pizzeria – Freshly baked artisan pizzas. Highly recommended. 68 Main Street, Seahouses. Tel: 01665 721311

The Olde Ship Inn – A sea-themed pub with open fire and bar meals. The best real ale pub in the region. Main Street, Seahouses. Tel: 01665 720200.

Pinnacles – Recommended by the Hairy Bikers, this is everything that a fish and chip restaurant should be – formica tables, the option to take away a freshly cooked fish. 17-19 Main Street, Seahouses. Tel: 01665 720708.

St Aidans Bistro – An ever-changing menu with locally caught seafood and Northumberland produce. Fantastic views of the coast from the restaurant. Seafront, Seahouses. Tel: 01665 720355

The Spice House – An traditional Indian restaurant with good reviews. 52 Main Street, Seahouses. Tel: 01665 720345

Ford

The Old Dairy – a ‘concept store’ with a great café and champagne bar. The café only serves homemade produce or locally sourced breads and cheeses. The menu isn’t extensive, but you can be guaranteed that whatever you choose will be excellent. They are particularly renowned for their coffee. Tel: 01890 820325

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