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Restaurants in Northumberland

Such a rich and diverse countryside and coastline can only lead to the best quality cuisine being offered. Regardless of your taste, you’re sure to find a variety of restaurants in Northumberland that will make you want to come back again and again. From the obscure to the elegant, you can have your pick of the best places to eat in Northumberland.

The Lord Crewe Arms

Holding a strong reputation for good food and drink, this unique restaurant serves only honest British food. Driven by seasons and with a kitchen garden and its own smoke house, you will not be disappointed by the passion that’s gone into creating this home grown fare. One of the more interesting features is the medieval fireplace, which holds a French spit roast for local cuts of meat – perfect for a chilly winter’s day. If you’re looking for something more relaxed, try the Crypt, the hotel’s medieval style pub. A gorgeous interior of thick stone walls and candlelit ambience, this is the epitome of a warm welcome. Serving light bites as a nod to the Northern pub culture and brimming with the best Northumbrian ales and traditional stouts.

Alnwick’s Treehouse Restaurant

One of the most unique and unusual restaurants in the world, you will really feel like you’ve stumbled across something magical once you’ve visited. Sitting high in the treetops and only accessible via the rope walkway, the Alnwick’s Treehouse restaurant is one not to be missed. A log fire burns in the centre and trees grow up through the floor to create an enchanting setting. Serving locally inspired food, the menu highlights quality and taste by using fresh fish and meat from the surrounding areas. Just across is the newly refurbished bar, The Potting Shed. Open for lazy lunches and as a pre-dinner bar, this has to be seen to be believed.

The Feathers Inn

A gorgeous and traditionally English pub, here you can enjoy home cooked food served in a contemporary and stylish setting. Now an award winner of the Good Pub Guide in 2013 as one of the must see places in England, The Feathers Inn shows true passion with the food that is served. The chef’s insist on sourcing fresh food from small and independent producers and only dish up the best in local seafood, meat and vegetables. If you’re looking for an unpretentious yet luxurious restaurant in Northumberland then look no further.

 

 

 

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