In the heart of the North of England you will find The Miners Arms set within an area of outstanding natural beauty. If you like excellent food great beer the warm feel of wood burning fires and friendly family hospitality or you just like drinking at altitude you must try The Miners Arms.
We have been at the pub for almost thirty years and we are a family run business. We believe in providing our guests with comfort good food good beer and good company. Since buying the pub in 1988 we have worked extremely hard to transform it into a: Pub B&B and Restaurant that people will be excited to visit.
In 2005 we built our lovely conservatory/restaurant where guests can dine away from the hubbub of the main bar. Then in 2007 we converted our bunkhouse into two beautiful en-suite guest rooms with all the trimmings. More recently we have been working on changes to the main bar; knocking down the old toilets and replacing them with a much bigger stylish build.
If you decide to book in with us we can guarantee excitement; whether it's a live music night a quiet walk in the beautiful surroundings or even a lively chat with one of our locals we promise you won't be bored. So whether you're looking for a comfortable nights stay a quick drink or a three course meal we will always be happy to welcome you.
Get an Ordnance Survey map covering the Alston area.
Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
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