The Boatside Inn welcomes you
3 for 2 on B&B 30th October, 2017 - 25th March, 2018
Christmas Day Luncheon is Full - Sorry !! Christmas Fayre booking are available from Monday 19th November 2017 - 23rd December, 2017 Lunchtime and evening except Sundays please see the menu on the restaurant page - please call 01434 602233 to book
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The Boatside Inn is a welcoming and attractive country pub nestling between the river South Tyne and the wooded slopes of Warden Hill in Northumberland. All our rooms are en-suite and well equipped. Ideal location for walking, cycling (the Hadrains Wall Cycle routes passes the front door). The very popular Salmon and Trout Fishing is available on the South Tyne adjacent to the Inn and on the North Tyne which is bookable through www.wardenfishing.co.uk. Golf is also available close by, Hexham Racecourse is approximately 3 miles away.
The Inn offers Interesting and varied food menus, all freshly prepared using local produce where possible, there is also a good selection of Cask Ales, Beers, Wines, Minerals and Hot Drinks.
The Boatside Inn can offer both B & B accommodation and self catering holiday cottages. For overnight clients we have an Electric Car Charging Point. Housed in a purpose designed stone building, all units are fitted out to a high standard, and are well insulated very comfortable and cosy. They are close, but not too close (less than 50 yards) to the excellent country pub, where you can get breakfast, lunch or evening meals. Why not pamper yourself at Natural Therapies, just across the other side of our car park
The Inn is situated in the country Hamlet of Warden, just over 2½ miles from the lovely market town of Hexham and ½ mile from the A69. The inn is very easy to find, just off the A69 trunk road.
There is plenty of parking for guests and free WiFi internet access in the restaurant. Please Note: We are a No-Smoking property. Check-In time: 12:00 and Check-Out time: 10:00. It is the perfect place to explore the region or get to work almost anywhere in the North East, as shown in "things to do"