7 Pubs with Play Areas in Northumberland

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7 Pubs with Play Areas in Northumberland

When my children were under 8, a decent pub with a play area was the holy grail for me. Being able to relax in the sunshine with a small glass of wine as they played or finish a meal and actually hold a conversation with friends and family as the kids were entertained was a little piece of heaven. If you are out and about in Northumberland this year and find yourself looking for a pub with a play area, here are seven suggestions to try. The Hog's Head Inn, Alnwick

7 Pubs with Play Areas in Northumberland  - Hogs Head Inn Alnwick

Conveniently located just off the A1, the Hog's Head Alnwick is a good option for a pub lunch / drinks in the sunshine after visiting nearby Alnwick Castle or Gardens or if travelling along the A1. Their current children's menu is 2 courses for £8 and includes favourites such as tomato soup and penne pasta. Find out more, browse menus and book here: https://www.inncollectiongroup.com/hogs-head-inn/
The Amble Inn
7 Pubs with Play Areas in Northumberland  - The Amble Inn

Also part of the Inn Collection, the Amble Inn is ideally located for visiting the harbour town or stopping off after a trip to Warkworth or Druridge Bay. Children can enjoy 3 courses for £9. 

Find out more and book here: https://www.inncollectiongroup.com/amble-inn/

The Plough on the Hill, Berwick

7 Pubs with Play Areas in Northumberland  - Plough on the Hill Berwick

The Plough on the Hill, Berwick is one of my favourite pubs. Specialising in locally sourced ingredients, their food is so good. This pub is perfect to pop into when staying in Berwick or as a stop off when driving to Scotland. Their kids menu is reasonably priced at £6.95 for 2 courses and a drink (click on the image below to zoom in). Find out more and book: https://www.ploughonthehill.com/

Woodhorn Grange, Ashington

7 Pubs with Play Areas in Northumberland  - Woodhorn Grange Ashington

Woodhorn Grange is part of the Cookhouse chain and if you sign up to their mailing list you can expect lots of offers. This pub overlooks Queen Elizabeth II Country Park which is ideal for a circular walk afterwards. It's also very close to Woodhorn Museum. Kids meals are a steal at 3 courses for £4.99. This pub is perfect for those times when you just need something cheap and cheerful. Find out more here: https://www.cookhouseandpub.co.uk/en-gb/locations/ashington
Old Storehouse, Amble

7 Pubs with Play Areas in Northumberland  - The Old Storehouse Amble

The Old Storehouse is part of Amble Links Holiday Park and open to non-residents too. Find out more here: https://www.parkleisure.co.uk/our-parks/northumberland/amble-links/park-tour/the-old-storehouse-bar-restaurant

Linden Tree Pub, Longhorsley

7 Pubs with Play Areas in Northumberland  - Linden Tree Pub Longhorsley

The Linden Tree Pub sits on the MacDonald Linden Hall estate and is open to both residents and non-residents. Their new play area is set slightly back from the sunny terrace. The children's menu is reasonable at 2 courses inc. a drink for £7.95. Perfect for visiting after a day out in Morpeth or Whitehouse Farm. Find out more and book here: https://www.lindentreepub.com/
The Keel Row, Seaton Delaval

7 Pubs with Play Areas in Northumberland  - Keel Row Seaton Delaval

The Keel Row Seaton Delaval has a lovely little play area to the rear. This pub is ideal to visit after a trip to Blyth Beach, the Giant Spoon or Northumberlandia in Cramlington. 

Kids meals are a bargain at  £3.95 each. 

Find out more and book here: http://www.thekeelrow.com/

Keel Row Kids Menu

Pubs with Indoor Play Areas in Northumberland

There isn't really too much choice I'm afraid but here are three to choose from: The Keel Row, Seaton Delaval

7 Pubs with Play Areas in Northumberland  - Keel Row Indoor Play Area

The Keel Row has a toddler area inside their bar filled with toys and books.

Woodhorn Grange, Ashington Woodhorn Grange has a fairly large play area inside. Find out more here. Willow Farm, Cramlington Willow Farm in Cramlington has a popular children's toy area inside their restaurant. Find out more here.

What About Older Kids?

If your kids have outgrown play areas, I highly recommend popping your favourite travel game in your bag and heading to your local for a few hours. It's a fab activity to enjoy with older kids / teens and if you stick to soft drinks, not too expensive either. Just make sure you check their U18s policy as some pubs require children to leave at a certain time. Need some pub game suggestions? Check out my recommendations here.

Child-Friendly Beer Gardens Across the North East

If you are interested in pubs with play areas across the whole of the North East rather than just Northumberland, make sure you check out my guide to child friendly beer gardens across North East England.

7 Pubs with Play Areas in Northumberland

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