Treat yourself to a leisurely Sunday with your four legged friend in the Northumberland countryside, before tucking into a hearty Sunday lunch.
Built in the 1820s by Hugh Percy, 3rd Duke of Northumberland, as a coaching inn, The Northumberland Arms in the idyllic village of Felton offers the ultimate in chic, eclectic styling, combined with home comforts.
Dogs and their well behaved owners are very welcome in the bar area of The Northumberland Arms and what better way to warm up and relax after your walk. This isn’t your average Sunday Lunch menu, choose from dishes such as a Trio of Roasts, their ‘Rather Large’ Pie of the day or perhaps a Confit of Lamb Shoulder. If that isn’t enough there is a mouthwatering desert menu to choose from. Finish off the day with a drink or two in the homely bar area.
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