Pubs in Durham

You are sure to receive a warm welcome in the many pubs within the city of Durham. Whether you are looking for a date night location for a romantic meal, or a family friendly venue for a satisfying Sunday lunch, there is a pub in Durham which will tick the box. Discover the friendly and sociable nature of the locals as you relax and unwind in comforting and homely surroundings. Dine alfresco within stunning grounds or embrace the traditional pub experience and immerse yourself in the cosy indoor ambiance as you reflect on a day packed with activities and adventures. 





Framwellgate Peth, Durham, DH1 4NQ

This cosy and inviting 18th Century pub is conveniently located just 10 minutes’ from Durham station. Here you can sample local real ales, wine and spirits as well as fantastic food. With two open fires, great music and a relaxed, comforting ambiance, you will instantly feel at home at the Garden House Inn. Ensure that you drop by to experience a warm welcome and superb service from this charming establishment.



Beamish Burn Road, County Durham, DH9 0LS

Located half way between Durham and Newcastle, you will find South Causey Inn. Surrounded by 100 acres of glorious country side, it's the perfect setting for a family day out or a romantic get-away. Enjoy a casual and relaxed dining experience with dishes created using locally sourced ingredients, including only the best produce provided by local farmers and markets.



Red Row, Stanley, DH9 0RW

You will find the Black Horse Beamish nestled within 37 acres of beautiful countryside, woodland and lavender fields. Take in the view and unwind in the picturesque beer garden, complete with a convenient children’s play area. This family friendly restaurant and pub offers a relaxed dining experience for all. The traditional British afternoon tea is a delight and there is even a cute children’s version too.



Beamish, County Durham, DH9 0YB

Whether it’s a romantic date night or a spot of lunch with friends, this converted 18th century stable block is the perfect destination. If you prefer to dine alfresco, a large external courtyard complete with patio heaters will keep you warm and cosy during the cooler months. Beamish Hall also offers fun filled events for the family as well as luxury accommodation.



86 Hallgarth Street, Durham, DH1 3AS

Immerse yourself in the region's heritage with a visit to the Victoria Inn. This Grade II listed building dates back to 1899. Discover original features and enjoy hand pulled ales showcasing local breweries, whilst absorbing the surrounding history. Voted local CAMRA City Pub of the year for the twelfth time in 2020, this award winning pub is a popular drinking spot for locals, students and visitors.