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Having walked along the tyne - stunning - highlight spotting kingfisher - we walked from wylam to blaydon and travelled back on train. The boathouse is situated right by the station - so a quick pint seemed mandatory. Good selection of ales - and great...More
Tucked away in a corner of Northumberland this is an easy spot to overlook. Next to the River Tyne and Newcastle to Carlisle railway with its own station Wylam should be on every Tourist's map but, like many spots in this part of the World,...More
Few folk have to walk 4 miles to get a great pint, a pie and mushy peas or a terrific cheese and onion toasty, but in my case it's the reward and half way stage of one of the finest walks well rewarded to anywhere...More
The bar area is rustic & looked friendly enough. We sat outside & a downpour meant we had to go inside , we went into lounge as we were going to eat. We ordered a few Thai appetisers ...the lounge was overrun with flies &...More
My Wife and I had a walk here on Good Friday expecting to have several good beers and some delicious Pie &Peas as we have done before but No, we had several good beers yes but we also had some of the best Thai Food...More
After reading all the trip adviser reviews, and hearing good things, we popped in around 1pm for a Sunday lunch. Signs outside advertising pie and peas, and a new Thai menu - so one would rightly assume hot food was available. Went through to the...More
We ended our evening in the Boathouse, although the bar area was very busy we sat in the lounge, we had a great night playing music on the jukebox. The boathouse has a decent selection of ales, lagers and ciders. Staff were polite and helpful....More