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The Cumberland Arms is a fantastic Real Ale pub offering up to seven real ale hand pulls and a great bottle and keg selection that rotates exceptional beer from breweries spanning the British Isles and beyond and continually looks for new and...more
James Place Street | Off Byker Bank, Ouseburn, Newcastle upon Tyne NE6 1LD, England
This is a proper pub, with a great vibe. They have a selection of good ales and the food is also very reasonable. If you can get along to one of their special music nights or afternoon 'mini festivals' in the sun, you will certainly...More
We stayed here because of its proximity to clunys. On arrival thought we had made a mistake as the bar looked very run down.with it been so hot there were plenty of drinkers and only one man serving. He stopped serving after 5 minutes apologised...More
Stopped here one night for a gig , Great hotel, friendly and welcoming , room clean, spacious and very comfortable, Breakfast served in the room , fresh and tasty . Staff were very welcoming and friendly and helpful.Great selection of beers. Would also recommend The...More
Called in on Saturday for a drink. I have very fond memories of this place but was shocked and saddened. It looks shabby, dirty and unloved. Glasses looked as though they could do with a good clean, tables were stick, paintwork was just downright flaky...More
Great pub, its a fantastic place if you like a real ale.
I've stayed here twice now and the rooms are great too - a lot of character and a good size. The full cooked breakfast delivered straight to your room is excellent.
We lived close by to the Cumberland for a number of years and used to frequent it quite a bit.
In recent years however they’ve been neglecting paying customers in favour of what seems to be their preferred type of customer.
We’re a smartly dressed...More
We stayed last night in room 4, lovely big room with character, clean and well presented, none of those sachet coffee things and spilling milk cartons you get at other places, no you get real coffee, a flask of real milk and a great selection...More
This was our second visit this year. Our main aim was to see Newcastle United play at home. We stayed at the Cumberland Arms again because we were so impressed last time. We were looked after by Rhiannon who couldn't have been more welcoming and...More