Off Topic Country Pub Recommendations

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  1. Albert's Chip Shop

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    Anyone got any god recommendations for country pubs in the North East?
    Am looking at getting out more for meals and stuff with the family as Winter draws in and like a change of scenery from time to time.
     
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    Yes.

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    The Stables at Beamish Hall is pretty good and quite reasonable.
     
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    Aye I've been there for the beer festival. Seems quite classy to be fair. How come you got let in?
     
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    You said it, classy.
     
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    I don't know if I would class it as a country pub or not but the Anglers Arms at Weldon Bridge is a must for a Sunday lunch. Food is absolutely belting.

    And there is the small matter of most of the staff being fit young flirty hotties (shallow to the end)...
     
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    Is Yarm classed as NE? All the pubs and restaurants around there are nice.
     
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    Funnily enough we're planning on a "family" day out on Sunday, might have to suggest this place.......purley based on your food recommendation of course Pouchy :emoticon-0105-wink:
     
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    I would say not, but that's got me wondering about Tall Trees....is that still there mate? Had some mental nights out there when they were doing the all you can drink wristband thingy....fooking mental !!
     
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    South Causey? Woodmans Arms, Whickham?
     
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    the cent in chopwell
     
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    Honestly the food was belting last time I was in. I've only ever went for Sunday lunch but I've heard its good all the time. I suppose for the lads of a certain age on here, I would describe it like the old coaching inns as opposed to a country pub. Very traditional. You can stay there but I never have as its not that far for me and none of the young hotties have requested my company for the evening surprisingly <laugh>
     
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    There's a nice one in Alnwick, but I'm ****ed if I can remember what it's called <ok>
     
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    South Causey Inn in hillbillyland is nice
     
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    The hogs head ?
     
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    I know a lot of cracking ones across the dales, Richmond, Darlo. Depends how much you want to travel.
     
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    Me too. Did quite a bit of boning in my Tall Trees days. Or in my case stump.
     
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    Richmond. Hit me up.
     
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    Aye it is. I’ve done the 5 mile walk round there where you hit 4 pubs.
     
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    The Granby in Longframlington is a great pub, good range of beers and cracking food too
     
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