AboutThe Stables is a genuinely relaxing environment. Stone floors, old beams, solid furniture, crackling log fires in winter, fabulous courtyard to lounge in for summer fresco dining. The service is everything you would expect....friendly, efficient and very knowledgeable.
Our real ales are brewed on site in our own micro brewery by our expert head brewer John Taylor who insists on using only the finest ingredients and time-honoured methods to produce a range of beers for traditional and modern tastes alike that are best described as Simply Gorgeous.. The Micro Brewery, produces eight premium quality real ales for you to enjoy in the relaxed atmosphere of the stables or at home as well as in some of the best pubs in the region.
The wine list brings old world and new world together with an emphasis on quality. As for the food, you are in for a treat! Ingredients sourced from local farmers and producers wherever possible, all lovingly brought together to form dishes that are both traditional favourites with a contemporary twist and modern classics.
Welcome to The Stables where real hospitality is the order of the day.
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating:
- Very Good210
- WhateverIchoosetakenTrip Type:CouplesBeautiful ambience of historic building and lovely food spoiled by music.Monday, 19th April 2021Had lovely lunch on sunny day. Love the historic setting and greenery and food was delicious but you could hear the music before you entered the courtyard. Why oh why? On asking whether the music... Read full review
- hollyhD4861OATrip Type:FamilyDelicious food and wonderful serviceThursday, 22nd April 2021Our visit was our first family meal since lockdown, the setting and ambiance was lovely and our server was wonderful and made us feel completely at ease. Our food was delicious and reasonably priced... Read full review
- 604audreyhNewcastle upon Tyne, United KingdomBirthday celebrationMonday, 26th April 2021Needed to pre-book but that was very straightforward. The venue was very well organised and felt safe. Tables were socially distanced and allocated on arrival. Staff were very friendly and helpful... Read full review
Map & Directions
Access via the A1(M) J63 (Chester-le-Street), then follow the signs to Beamish Museum which is approximately 4 miles away. Beamish Hall is a further 700 yards on the left.
Public Transport Directions
Trains, Chester-le-Street, Durham or Newcastle. Bus from Chester-le-Street to Stanley.