Restaurants, Cafes & Pubs

Sunnyhills Farm Shop and Bistro Belford

Sunnyhills boasts an extensive Gift Shop, a Deli serving hot and cold food to take away, fresh fruit & veg, pies, locally baked bread, fresh meats and BBQ packs. The Bistro at Sunnyhills is fully licensed and serves hot and cold food, including full English breakfasts, home cooked lunches, freshly baked cakes and also evening meals (Seasonal opening hours apply). Tel 01668 219662


They provide modern, creative options alongside traditional quality staples. Their food is inspired by the season and guided by flavour, using only fresh and locally sourced ingredients they offer a range of breakfast choices, including cooked full-English breakfast, continental options, pastries, fresh fruit juices, smoothies, yoghurts, fruit and cereals, toast and croissants.Throughout the day they offer freshly brewed speciality coffees and a choice range of teas, along with home baked cakes, pastries and savoury treats. At lunch they offer Otolenghi inspired salads, freshly made sandwiches on artisan breads with imaginative fillings alongside a range of traditional hot dishes prepared on premises and made fresh daily. Tel 01665 579061

The Pack Horse Inn Ellingham

A Traditional English Country Pub set in the picturesque village of Ellingham they serve lunch from 12pm – 2pm Monday to Saturday and 12pm – 3pm on Sundays. In the evening they are open from 6pm and serve food until 9pm Monday to Saturday.Tel 01665 589292

The Barn at Beal

The Barn at Beal beautifully combines a coffee shop, restaurant and gift shop, as well as the recently-opened Bothy Bar.Located en route to the Lindsifarne causeway crossing, the Barn at Beal is an excellent stopping point for brunch, coffee and cake, or something more substantial. If the weather’s warm enough for eating outside, the picnic tables on the terrace provide you with sweeping views across the fields towards the Holy Island of Lindisfarne.

Tel 01289 381477

Waren House Hotel – Greys Restaurant

Awarded 2 AA Rosette Awards Greys restaurant provides excellent northumbrian cuisine. Dinner is from 6:30pm to 8:30pm and we recommend booking.

Tel 01668 214581

The Potted Lobster Bamburgh

One of the most popular restaurants in Bamburgh here you will find delicious fresh local meals which have been regularly mentioned in the Michelin Guide. Booking is recommended.

Tel 01668 214088

The Jolly Fisherman Craster

A gastro pub with fantastic sea views and popular crab sandwich

Tel 01665 576461

The Ship Inn Low Newton

A great little pub, nestled in a beautiful square of cottages overlooking the beach at Low Newton.The pub has it’s own micro-brewery right next door, providing pub-goers with a range of fresh beers. The Ship offers simple and quick lunches using locally sourced ingredients, including toasties, kippers and fish cakes. On Wednesday to Saturday evenings, the Ship Inn also offers evening meals, with the same focus on locally sourced ingredients, cooked simply and well. It’s best to book ahead if you’re planning a visit for dinner Tel 01665 576 262

Indian Brasserie

With a varied menu there’s something to suit all tastes at the Indian Brasserie. The staff are very friendly and the restaurant has a lovely, relaxed atmosphere. Takeaway is also available, with a comfortable bar area where you can enjoy a drink while you wait for your food to be prepared. Tel 01665 720888

The Treehouse at Alnwick Gardens

In the grounds of Alnwick Gardens, this magical treetop restaurant complete with wobbly rope bridges should not be missed. Searcys experienced chefs have created menus to suit all occasions which focus on creating modern British menus with a focus on seasonality and local produce.Tel 01665 660320

Percy Arms Chatton

This gastro pub is a favourite with locals food is served throughout from 12 noon until 9pm. An extensive combination of seasonal, locally sourced produce from hearty soups with homemade breads, appetising meat and fish planks, homemade ‘stacked’ burgers and sandwiches and for the heartier appetite, best quality steaks, traditional beer battered Fish & Chips and warming Shepherd’s Pie. Tel 01668 215244

The Northumberland Arms

An 1820s coaching inn built by the 3rd Duke of Northumberland offering locally-sourced, seasonal fayre in its bar and restaurant by acclaimed Head Chef & North East Chef of the Year, Gabor Puzstai. The inn has direct views of the River Coquet. 01670 787370