Nestled within the stunning Beamish Valley and very close to Durham and Newcastle City Centre, our country setting can cater for all your dining needs.
Our beautiful gardens allow al fresco dining in the summer and log fires will keep you warm in the colder months of the year.
We welcome you to drop in after a country walk for breakfast with the family and 4 legged friends in our Bar and Snug area, or maybe homemade scones and cakes. Lunch and dinners are served 7 days a week and we have full a la carte as well as daily specials, Steak and Curry nights and the Great Giant Yorkshire Pudding Night!
On a Sunday we offer traditional waiter service or our infamous Causey Carvery.
No dining experience is complete without Afternoon Tea and South Causey offers homemade treats for ladies, gentlemen, children and cater for dietary requirements.
|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|Lunch||from £7.95 to £19.95 average price per head|
|Sunday Lunch||from £7.95 to £19.95 average price per head|
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
- Regional and Miscellaneous TasteDurham Highest Quality Assured and Local Produce Champion 2019
- Access Statement - Please see below
- Cater for vegetarians
- Serve afternoon tea
Children & Infants
- Accept children (Minimum age)
Parking & Transport
- Parking (free)
- Groups accepted
- Pets accepted
- WiFi Available
- Cyclists Welcome
|Season (1 Jan 2019 - 31 Dec 2020)|
|Monday - Sunday||07:45||- 21:00|
|Bank Holiday||07:45||- 21:00|
Map & Directions
South Causey Inn is on the A6076 between Stanley and Gateshead. Take jct 63 from the A1(M) at Chester-le-Street and follow A693 and signs to Stanley and Beamish Museum and the A6076.
Public Transport Directions
On bus route from all towns. X30 from Newcastle/Durham.