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All reviews beef cumberland sausage fish pie crayfish cocktail homemade ice cream catfish yorkshire pudding cakes general havelock sunday lunch the pub whilst on holiday local breweries no kids menu lovely room nice beer cooked to perfection
Visited one lunchtime whilst on holiday in Northumberland recently. There is a range of formal and informal dining options, with dogs allowed in the bar area. The food was plentiful and good quality with very friendly bar staff.
We have eaten here just twice. Would have been more often (and given more stars) if the place had been slightly busier! On both occasions, we booked and on both occasions felt very stupid for doing so... Because on both occasions, we were the only...More
Consistently superbly cooked food with a good variety and proper homemade soups and desserts. No bought-in confections here. Style is homely and relaxed to the point of being a little old-fashioned but don't be fooled - this is a seriously professional and competent modern kitchen....More
The food was very nice, friendly service, some interesting beers. The pub part did smell to me of dog- perhaps a side effect of the smoking ban.
We were there fairly early, and on a week night. I suspect that the atmosphere would have been...More
Oh dear, this really is a restaurant that is trying to be something it never will be. A taste of what to come was the sight of a teatowel (used) hung and drying on the radiator in the entrance to the place. Overpriced at £60...More
Joanna and Gary Thompson have owned the General Havelock Inn in Haydon Bridge since 1999. They have a great deal of experience in other hotels and restaurants, Gary (the chef) is dedicated to producing the best menu and food - he is a perfectionist. Joanna...More
We have used this restaurant fairly regularly over the last few years because it never fails to impress us.
The exterior of the restaurant makes it look pretty much like any other Northumberland Pub but just wait until you step inside and peruse the menu...More
I had dinner here with my family and we found the food to be of high standard although the service was rather slow despite the restaurant being almost empty. I think this was because we were there off season rather than any lack of popularity!...More