Nestled within the heart of Northumberland, Beadnell boasts not only serene landscapes but a vibrant pub scene that plays a pivotal role in its local culture. As you wander through the streets of this quaint village, you’ll stumble upon its array of unique pubs that tell tales of old and immerse you in the authentic charm of Northumberland.
Historical Pubs in Beadnell: A Dive into the Past
A Grade II listed building on the National Heritage List, The Craster Arms has its roots deeply embedded in Beadnell’s history.
Occupying an 18th-century coaching inn, as well as a medieval tower house that dates back to the 16th century, this pub in Beadnell proudly showcases its centuries-old legacy. With its country interiors offering a modern touch, The Craster Arms pays homage to its heritage while looking forward to the future. Plus, with a real, crackling fire, pool table and plenty of local beers on tap, there’s no better way to experience a Northern pub.
Pubs with a View: Sips and Scenery
For the best coastal views, we recommend taking the scenic, 45-minute walk to Seahouses, more specifically, The Bamburgh Castle Inn. Overlooking the harbour, this inn boasts panoramic vistas of the Farne Islands and, on clear days, the majestic silhouette of Bamburgh Castle. With its spacious outdoor seating area, sip on your favourite drink (in this setting, we’d recommend a local ale) while the sea breeze carries tales of ancient castles, Scottish raids, and shipwrecks.
Pubs for Couples: A Date Night Destination
For couples seeking a blend of daytime charm and nighttime romance, Beadnell offers a hidden gem: the Salt Water Café. Situated right next to the historic Craster Arms, this establishment effortlessly transitions from a delightful café by day to an intimate bistro and bar by night.
If a few drinks have left you peckish, stay for dinner and sample the delicious menu.
Local Favourites: Where The Heart Truly Is
Beadnell Towers is a favourite in the village for its great selection of local drinks, friendly ambience and regular live music nights. Its spacious beer garden, where visitors can lounge under the Northumberland sky, only adds to its charm.
What are the top-rated pubs in Beadnell?
Beadnell is home to several top-rated pubs, each with its own flair. Among the favourites are The Craster Arms, a classic Northern pub where they pull a perfect pint; The Landing, new but already firmly established for its location, trendy vibe and selection of wine; and Beadnell Towers, a go-to for anyone looking for a lively atmosphere and fantastic offering of local drinks.
Are there any pubs in Beadnell that offer live
music or entertainment?
Beadnell Towers hosts live music on a regular basis, as does The Craster Arms and The Landing has been known to, too.
There’s also a weekly pub quiz on Wednesdays at The Craster Arms.
Are there any pubs with outdoor seating or
The Beadnell Towers takes the crown here with its expansive beer garden. It’s even been known to have a fire pit if things get a bit chilly. The Landing’s outdoor space is beautiful too, set upon a decked area and just 100m from Beadnell Bay, you’ll catch the scent of salt on the sea breeze.
Any afternoon when the sun is out, you’ll find Beadnell’s beer gardens buzzing with locals and tourists alike. They’re the ideal spot to spend a few hours on those sunny Northumberland days and crisp evenings.
Are there any pubs in Beadnell that are family-
Beadnell takes pride in its inclusive nature and most of its pubs are welcoming to families. However, The Craster Arms deserves a special mention. Not only do they offer a diverse menu catering to all ages, but they also provide an outdoor and grassy area that’s a safe space for kids to play.
A Toast to Beadnell’s Pub Culture
From historic tales to mesmerising views and the heartwarming hospitality of local favourites, Beadnell’s pubs are a must-visit. Here’s to creating memories, one pint at a time. The best bit – they’re all just a stone’s throw from our beautiful Beadnell holiday cottages.
For those exploring with their furry pals, dog-friendly pubs in Beadnell offer a warm welcome to both two-legged and four-legged visitors.