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The Schooler Inn has seating to either side of the bar with small round tables and further seating a few steps up on the left. It has a nautical theme around the walls. There are a couple of small TVs. Dogs welcomed. Sells both John Smith and Samuel Smith bitter!!!
Have a pint here
bitter: John Smith; Black Sheep; Bombardier ; Samuel Smiths Sovereign Schooner
lager: Bud; Carling;
Cider: Bellhaven Black
The Olde Ship Inn is the busiest pub in town. It has a small bar to the right of the entrance with dining rooms beyond this. The small bar serves a L-shaped room. For its size the counter has a tremendous amount of real ale on display. Non-real ale beers are actually harder to see as there are small shelves (for passing pints over on) covering their badges. Although small and busy there is no problem being served as there are plenty of barmen. Captains bar, a lounge with a small service counter of off the corridor to the right. More seating at end of corridor
The pub has a nautical theme all over the walls and hanging from the roof
Good Beer Guide (CAMRA) 2016.
Have a couple here
real ale : Nel’s Best; Theakston’s Best; Ruddles County; Directors; Pilgrim’s Way (Acton); Seahouses Pale Ale (Acton);
Old Speckled Hen; Black Sheep; Ball Park; Farne Island (Hadrians Border)
bitter: John Smiths; Exhibition; Best Scotch
lager: Sageres; 1664; Fosters
Cider: Strongbow; Henry Weston
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It was a woman who drove me to drink and I forgot to thank her.
Seahouses is a village on the Northumberland coast easily accessed from the A1 it is south of Berwick-on-Tweed and North of Alnwick.
Also, within easy access is Holy Isle (Lindisfarne).
This part of the Northumberland coast is designated an area of outstanding beauty and has a variety of wildlife - especially birds. The area also has many historic castles
The Bamburgh Castle Inn is a hotel overlooking theharbour at Seahouses.
The bar serves a large dining area.
Have a half pint
real ale : Farne Island; Tyneside Blonde (both Hadrians Border);
bitter: Tetleys Smooth Flow
lager: San Miguel
Cider: Somersby Guinness
How many rode into the valley of death in Tennyson's poem?
The pubtrail is a circular route starting at the main car park and bus stop beside a roundabout close to the harbour.
Walk down towards the harbour to The Olde Ship on the right and then The Bambrugh Castle Inn on the left. Leaving here walk down to the harbour and turn right. As this road leaves the harbour on the right-hand corner is the Black swan Inn. Right next door to it is The Schooner Inn.
Walk right up to the top of this road and cross over the main road. Slightly along to the right is The Links Hotel.
Leaving here walk along to roundabout and turn right. This will take you back to where you started and possibly another visit to The Olde Ship.
Real Ale Trail
Four out of the five pubs sell real ale. The exception is The Schooner
The Links Hotel is the most modern, decor wise, pub in Seahouses. It has a formal restaurant and dining in the long bar. There is a large Tv and pool table at the end of the bar. Pool is not allowed until food has finished being served. Service is excellent.
Bar does not open until 6pm.
Have a pint here
real ale : Black Sheep; Velo Pale Ale
bitter: Theakstons Best; John Smith
lager: Stella; Bitburger; Fosters
Cider: Strongbow Guinness
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