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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
From entering the pub, you get a sense of warmth and welcoming.
The bar staff are lovely and nothing seems to be a problem.
We decided to try this place whilst staying up here.
The staff are so friendly and welcoming.
The menu is very...More
The food is home made and very tasty.
I had the shepherd's pie and it was delicious.
Ian's had Cumberland sausage and homemade chips. He didn't stop for breath so i took it that he'd made a good choice.
The pub serves real ale and...More
Very good service we were made welcome from entering the premises.
The food was served hot and was very tasty, the beef was a little pink for my wife but just a minor criticism.We were seated in what looked like a barn originally with period...More
Stopped off here as needed food from travelling down from Bellshill and found this little place. The food was very was, a decent portion and great value for money! The barmaid was very polite and friendly, and made sure we had everything we needed. A...More
My friend held her baby's Christening do here. It was absolutely fantastic. Staff were so friendly & efficient. Food was great & so was the layout of the back room, they even made a play area for the little ones. Great effort guys, much appreciated...More
Haydon Bridge is off the A69 now but it's well worth taking a diversion to eat here.
The food, mostly locally sourced was excellent, both meat and fish were cooked wonderfully. The Christmas Puddings were so good we bought two to take home!
We stopped in at the General Havelock Inn on our way to see Hadrian's Wall at the Housesteads Museum.This is an unassuming little inn from the outside but has a lovely ambience inside. We had a delightful Sunday dinner with our daughter, son-in-law, and our...More
We were visiting the area and this pub was listed as a Taste Card friendly Pub so we gave it a try.
The food was superb and the staff very friendly even although it was Quiz Night and they were very busy.
We visited the General Havelock for Sunday lunch and it was head and shoulders above the other meals we had on our holiday. Had melon with white wine granita for starter - delicious. I had halibut for my main and my partner had roast beef...More