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Olde Ship Hotel

Address: 9 Main Street, Seahouses, Northumberland, NE68 7RD [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 4638) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train station Chathill (4.1 miles)

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Staying in Seahouses - so visited a couple of times.

First impressions were not that great but I did change my mind. A myriad of signs telling you everything from "No Dogs" to "Toilets are for Patrons" and my favourite - "Remove Large Rucksacks before entry"

Only pub we visited in Northumberland that had a no dogs policy.

The reason for these signs are a superb bar full of nautical nick nacks. Really is a joy to sit and drink there. The beers were exceptional - I tried the Farne Island and a great pint of Theakstons.

Staff are really friendly and if you have a dog and are lucky, you can sit in a wonderful summerhouse and have extensive views to the Farne Islands.

55 Whiskies on offer.

I definitely warmed to it!
Mappiman - 9 May 2019 16:40
Great atmospheric bar, full of local memorabilia. Staff were efficient rather than chatty but welcoming mix of locals and tourists.

Excellent range of 6 local beers (from Hadrian Border, Allendale, Consett Ale Works, High House Farm and Cullercoats) plus 5 more widely available ones (Black Sheep, Theakstons, Directors, Ruddles County, Old Speckled Hen). Tried the Allendale Wagtail which was tasty and well kept.

Beer garden overlooking the harbour and across to Farne Islands.
JJWalks - 13 Jun 2018 23:39
We ended up staying just outside Seahouses on a campsite (Springhill Farm 2 miles easy walk) and discovered the Ship by accident! It is now on my return to list!
The main bar is part of the hotel and my comments are really only about this. We visited here twice as it was so good, consequently we didn't try any of the other pubs in the town!
10 beers to choose from and every one I had was a top pint. The bar is full to the rafters of fishing memorabilia; all spotlessly clean. There was a lovely log fire going and the pub had a friendly buzz with locals and holidaymakers mixing all around.
Well worth a visit.
LickeyEndBooze - 8 Apr 2013 23:58
what a fantastic pub good beer and good food what more do you want well worth a visit if your in the area
tench1230 - 27 Aug 2012 18:11
What was already a very good pub has improved even further since my last visit due to the addition of several very well kept local guest ales including an excellent White Hot.
Regular beers include the not to be missed Farne Island Gold.
This pub is one of my national favourites and having just spent a changeable week in Northumberland we managed to get in 3 visits which included an enjoyably busy Saturday evening and 2 wet afternoons when the pub was quieter but still with an excellent and welcoming atmosphere.
Great decor and views of the Farne's from the garden make this a pub not to be missed.
bromsgrovebeerboy - 14 Jul 2012 17:15

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