The Anchor Inn

Historic Inn in Whittonstall, Tyne and Wear

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Whittonstall, Near Stocksfield
Tyne and Wear

The Anchor Inn, Whittonstall

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Welcome to the Anchor Inn of Whittonstall. Originally built as a coach house in the 1700s this splendid inn and acclaimed restaurant offers two well-stocked bars along with traditional inn style dining. The Anchor Inn is located in the village of Whittonstall, bordering the counties of Northumberland and Durham.

Perfectly situated with easy access to surrounding shopping centres such as, The Metro Centre in Gateshead, Newcastle's Eldon Gardens and Durhams city centre and within 20 minutes drive from Newcastle international airport. For golfing, Slaley Hall championship golf course is a 10 minute drive. Newly refurbished, these chic, contemporary rooms, offer fabulous views and a perfect resting place for visitors to the region.

The potential for outdoor pursuits is endless and there are great opportunities for walking, cycling alone the renowned coast to coast cycle path, sailing and fishing at the Derwent reservoir, golf and horse riding - all on our doorstep.

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