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First time I have ever been to Newcastle...and the first time ever I had met my Grandma Jean also uncles, aunties, 1st cousins & 2nd Cousin’s sadly my grandad had passed away in 2014...amazing weekend for myself & my 2 younger children aged 15 &...More
Called in for supper last night, chef Tracy is superb and very accommodating in tweaking the menu to your requirements. Louise on the bar is efficient and friendly. Lovely menu, with specials board, and nice ambience in this old pub. Well worth a visit. We'll...More
The Highlander is set in lovely surroundings and it's inside does not disappoint either. Parking can be tight but in saying that, I'm just being picky. The staff are friendly and the choice of menu is good. Service is brisk and professional and don't doubt...More
Surroundings were lovely and pleasant, super sausages and my burger was most pleasant ....
Staff were helpful and nothing seemed a problem.
Lady with glasses and green tshirt very sincere and customer focused.
Deserts were awesome....
We called in to the Highlander on a recommendation after a walk nearby and didn't reserve a table. This place must have a good reputation as it was really busy and we were very lucky to be able to squeeze in for Sunday lunch, I...More
This bar restaurant on the way to Newcastle is in the country , the food is excellent on my last visit I had venison and black pudding pie it was great , the staff are really first class and will help you through the menu...More
We have often passed this pub on way to Belsay Hall and we always thought it looked nice. This time we decided to stop for lunch which I'm pleased to say I was very happy we did!
The service and food were excellent and the...More