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The Feathers Inn, Hedley on the Hill - pub details

Address: Hedley on the Hill, Stocksfield, Northumberland, NE43 7SW [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 37098) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Stocksfield (1.9 miles), Prudhoe (2.6 miles), Riding Mill (4.4 miles)

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user reviews of the Feathers Inn, Hedley on the Hill

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I think this was my favourite pub out of 10 we tried in Northumberland on Saturday. It was the only pub all weekend where we found more than 2 real ciders - Sandford Orchards Devon Red, Westons 1st Quality and Thistly Cross Original. There were also 3 ales - Cumberland Corby Blonde, Cullercoats Jack The Devil & Hadrian & Border Tyneside Blonde. The pub is primarily set out for diners, with practically all tables reserved. This was the only drawback I could find in an otherwise pleasant pub in a typical Northumberland village.
blue_scrumpy - 27 May 2013 11:47
The Great British Pub of 2011 - this small pub is unpretentious, friendly and run by Helen & Rhian who took over about four years ago. They hold a beer festival at Easter and an autumn one too.. always 3 real ales including the likes of Mordue Workie Ticket, Allendale Golden Plover, Jennings, Consett Ales.. Also a good selection of cider.

The pub is famed for its good cooking of local food.. braised beef and mash that falls off the bone - the beef from the local village farm, potted shrimp, marmalade suet pudding, fish and chips (always sustainable and sometimes obscure fish). It's meat and veg taken to the highest level.

Don't expect staff in uniforms and designer furniture with linen.. DO expect a pub with a woodburning stove, locals drinking at the bar, top quality service and possibly the finest food in the northeast
makapala - 11 Sep 2011 10:14
Plucked this one out of the real ale guide purely because we couldn't get a table to eat at the Ship in Low Newton, and as we were driving back to Hexham this was on the way (kind of). Pleasantly surprised by the menu, then realised that this was Brian Turner's pub, so shouldn't have been too surpised that the food was good! But so was the beer - the Allendale Beacon Fire was particularly fine, but also enjoyable was the Mordue 5 Bridges and the Robinsons Dragons Fire. Very pleasant staff, and although a popular pub never had to wait to get served. Be aware that the car park is a bit small, but this one is definitely worth seeking out, although you won't find it unless you're looking for it.
ashhowe - 14 Apr 2010 21:57

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