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Derwent Walk Inn, Ebchester - pub details

Address: Ebchester Hill, Ebchester, Consett, County Durham, DH8 0SX [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 12941) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train station Stocksfield (5.3 miles)

Pub facilities/features:
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> Current user rating: 6.7/10 (rated by 12 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Oak, Medomsley (0.9 miles), Miners Arms, Medomsley (0.9 miles), Cronniewell Inn, Hamsterley Colliery (1.3 miles), Crown and Crossed Swords, Consett (1.5 miles)


user reviews of Derwent Walk Inn, Ebchester

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Called in May 2012. A real Jennings pub with 4 real ales, all from Jennings and those tried in good condition. Meals were quickly served, well cooked and generous. Friendy service. Not a high class restaurant, just a good pub and very popular
fellwalker2010 - 17 May 2012 09:47
My wife and I decided to visit this pub, after really good recommendations from friends and family.
We were celebrating our anniversary and requested a table in the restaurant when booking, we were not disappointed.
The staff were extremely friendly and attentive. We were shown to our table straight away and after browsing the extensive menu it was hard to choose as everything sounded appealing, we were even trying to take a peek at the meals being served to others.
I had a Steak and Ale pie which I was informed was homemade and my wife had a Walkers Grill.
Both meals were superb, I would definately visit this pub again and recommend it. We are now looking forward to the summer when we can return and sit outside and enjoy the views.

o2009 - 25 Jan 2010 21:10
We visited the Derwent Walk Inn on Sunday and had a delicious Sunday lunch, there is a roaring fire which gives the pub a real homely effect. I would highly recommend the Sunday Lunch and if you have room for more they serve lovely desserts. If you don't fancy anything from the menu there is a board with specials of the day. I would highly recommend a visit.
durhamdiva - 25 Jan 2010 18:11
Decided to visit this pub after reading some great reviews online - really wish I hadn't bothered.
We sat in the cold conservatory - which, an hour after asking for the heating to be put on, still had stone cold radiators - to have our meal. The battered cod was well cooked but the accompanying chips were horrid and left uneaten. I had the jambalaya, the rice undercooked and the chicken and prawns tasteless.
The menu has far too many dishes on it, some overpriced. Surely a good chef would have a few dishes cooked well instead of too many cooked badly?
Then theres the service.
The staff walked past us again and again, deliberately not catching anyone's eye. It took 10 mins to get their attention to ask for a glass of water and after 15 mins of waiting for them to clear the table, we gave up and went to them instead.
Needless to say I would not recommend this pub, and have been to many more in the area that are so much better.
Don't waste your time.
cj1805 - 24 Jan 2010 14:34
A good pub, top selection of Jennings ales, and above-average food.
Gerremin - 7 Oct 2009 12:52

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