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Rat Inn, Anick

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With the Dyvels Inn at Corbridge closed, I found myself killing time waiting for pubs that only opened in the evening to open. But the Rat Inn at Anick was a great place to do just that. It has some marvellous views over the valley and is set in a small hamlet. Inside there is a clear focus on meals, with most food locally sourced. Outside, there is a very nice garden (at the front). Toilets are outside at the rear. Ales were Wylam Spring Thing, North Blyth Fuggles Gold, Cumberland Corby Fox & Allendale Wagtail. They also had a cider - Gwynt y Ddraig Happy Daze. My favourite pub of the day and well worth a visit.
blue_scrumpy - 18 May 2016 08:00
a gem up a narrow lane. 4 excellent local ales, friendly service and a lovely garden full of nooks and crannies
reynedd - 28 Aug 2015 23:35
When I visited the food was fine, we had a nice sunday lunch. Feels very much like somebody's living room, newspapers etc., and very cosy. Some good real ales available. A proper country pub.
Carlurmston - 26 Jan 2009 12:19
A popular pub with excellent food and pleasant atmosphere. As "silver surfers" we are pleased to recommend it.
sylfin - 16 Oct 2007 08:43
Once a nice country pub but is rapidly going down hill. Although beer ok, food which was once excellant is now very poor and not to be recommended
anonymous - 27 Jan 2007 00:50
great atmosphere and food, hard to find
bob greenland - 4 Jun 2006 23:24

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