Rarely does an eatery get a follow up review here on the website but every now and then something special comes along. This is the second time Broom House Farm has made an appearance and you know what, it probably wont be the last as I am continuously impressed.
Despite being a sister hotel to the busy Malmaison, the Hotel Du Vin excellent Sunday lunch is often overlooked.
With an intimate and exclusive vibe, we headed along to sample their delights.
Dominating the former Finbarr’s restaurant, Kingslodge Inn have arrived and made their mark in a sleepy corner of Durham city centre.
Hidden in a little oasis of calm, backed with woodland of Flass Vale, the pub is only 10 minute walk from both the bus station, train station and student accommodation.
We tried out the newest member of the Inn Collection family to put it through its paces.
One of my favourite places to dine in Newcastle is Jesmond Dene House. Whether it is for a formal meal, light lunch or even just a coffee, it always hits the spot and the service is second to none.
The grand hotel has increased its dining options by recently introducing a fixed price early evening special menu with an incredibly reasonable 2 courses for £20.50 and 3 for £24.50 5pm – 7pm.
This is a revisit review for us today of the White Monk Tea Room. As one of our all time favourite places to go for a drive and a bit of fresh air, Blanchland is not only the prettiest little place you ever did see, but they also have a cracking tea room AND a very nice pub.