South Causey Inn

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South Causey Inn

In the Beamish Valley, an area of incredible beauty, you will be able to find the amazing South Causey Inn. Easily described as a luxury experience, South Causey Inn is one of the best places to stay in County Durham. It is known for its range of beautiful alternative accommodation, incredible food and amazing events space that is renowned across the region. With a hundred acres of land to explore, you will be wanting to return time after time to discover more.

The accommodation at South Causey Inn is a fantastic mix of different options. Inside the inn you can enjoy their deluxe hot tub rooms with both interior and exterior hot tubs depending on the room as well as the highest standards of amenities, through to their ‘standard’ double and twin rooms that are still exceptional. If you are a group of friends or family, you can book one of their two-storey ‘pamper houses’ that are fully kitted out to provide the best of experiences for your stay. If that is not enough, a full 1960’s double decker red London bus – dubbed the ‘Trafalgar Square Bus’ – has been renovated into a lodging of its own for you to stay, having its own private outdoor hot tub as well. The inn is an award-winning location; being a 4* inn with Visit England, a Silver award winner for the Visit England breakfast award and holding the Taste Durham highest quality assured and local produce champion award – quite a mouthful for the certainty of an amazing meal! Eating at South Causey Inn is in line with the rest of the offer; locally sourced ingredients of the highest quality from local farmers and fish brought in daily to ensure the freshest experience. From their English breakfast, through to the afternoon tea and Sunday lunch, people from all over the North East make a pilgrimage to the South Causey Inn for their menu. The food always aims to have the flavour of the North East at its heart and, even with creative twists, you know that the food is in keeping with the traditions of the region. The Inn is dog-friendly, so your four-legged family members can join when you stay – you can even bring them down to the bar with you. The inn is proud to have its own distillery and brewery, creating its own gin and ales that are available in the bar, restaurant and online at their shop. From staying at South Causey Inn, through to just having a meal, you will thoroughly enjoy what they have to offer, and it is well worth a visit on your trip to County Durham.

Beamish Burn RoadStanleyDH9 0LS View map
Telephone: 01207235555 Visit Now

Opening Hours

  • MondayOpen 24 hours
  • TuesdayOpen 24 hours
  • WednesdayOpen 24 hours
  • ThursdayOpen 24 hours
  • FridayOpen 24 hours
  • SaturdayOpen 24 hours
  • SundayOpen 24 hours

Always double check opening hours with the venue before making a special visit.

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