Welcome to Slaley Rose & Crown the pub/restaurant owned by the local community it serves. It is a Grade 2 listed building dating back to 1675. There are log fires and a warm welcome in winter and a beer garden with views over the surrounding countryside for the summer.
Whether your interest is playing golf walking or cycling visiting the many local tourist attractions fine dining or simply relaxing the R&C is your ideal base. Enjoy our refurbished B&B en-suite rooms upstairs above the Pub.
Welcome to Slaley Rose & Crown the pub/restaurant owned by the community it serves following a successful community share offer in 2013. It is the only community-owned pub/restaurant in the North East. Our Manager Tracey Weatherley and her team look forward to welcoming you and making your visit a memorable one.
The Rose & Crown is a Grade 2 listed building which dates back to 1675. It has been providing services to locals and visitors ever since. There are log fires and a warm welcome in winter and a sheltered beer garden with spectacular views over the surrounding countryside for the summer.
With outstanding views to the south the Rose and Crown is located in the beautiful Northumberland countryside. It is in the heart of Slaley village home of Slaley Show close to the Slaley Hall golf complex. It is a fine touring base with the local attractions of Hexham, Corbridge, Hadrian's Wall, Beamish Open Air Museum, historic Durham City, and indoor shopping at The Metro Centre Gateshead all a short drive away.
Newcastle with its International airport is a 30 minute drive away. The Northumberland coast with Alnwick castle and gardens including Lindisfarne island are within an hours drive. We offer a wide menu selection of freshly cooked food from locally sourced ingredients as well as a great choice of real ales beers wines and spirits.
Whether you are exploring Hadrians Wall Country or simply looking for a nice place to eat then the Rose & Crown is the place to visit and stay in. Both of our B&B bedrooms enjoy wonderful views and are en-suite and centrally heated. They have been recently refurbished but have retained the original character expected in a building of this age.
They are both upstairs above the pub and accessed via an external door and staircase.
Get an Ordnance Survey map covering the Slaley area.
Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
Blanchland Abbey - 4.3 miles (Historic Church)
Corbridge Bridge - 4.4 miles (Historic Building)
Corbridge, St Andrew's Church - 4.5 miles (Historic Church)
Northumberland National Park - 4.5 miles (Countryside)
Shotley, St Andrew's Church - 4.6 miles (Historic Church)
Corbridge Roman Town - 4.9 miles (Roman Site)
Hexham Abbey - 4.9 miles (Historic Church)
Bywell Hall - 5.1 miles (Historic House)
Bywell, St Peter's Church - 5.3 miles (Historic Church)
Bywell, St Andrew's Church - 5.3 miles (Historic Church)
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