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Find the best pub accommodation with our handpicked collection of pubs with rooms and visit North East England

Rose & Crown Pub with rooms Co Durham - Country Pursuit Rose & Crown Pub with rooms Co Durham - Walking The Griffin Inn, Fletching, East Sussex - dog and family friendly pub

North East England – a top destination for walking holidays, dog friendly holidays, and family friendly holidays.

The North East is a popular holiday destination and has hundreds of accommodation choices but for the best of all worlds, staying in a pub with rooms or country inn offers not only super flexibility but also great food, a hearty full English breakfast, real ales, and fine wines. Most country pubs are very family friendly and dog friendly welcoming children and dogs thus providing the perfect recipe for a great stay away.

Why Visit North East England?

The North East Region is often considered the hidden gem of England with its spectacular scenery and lively cities. Made up of the counties of South Yorkshire, West Yorkshire, North Yorkshire, East Riding, County Durham, Tyne and Wear and Northumberland there are a huge array of visitor attractions on offer.

Yorkshire is world renowned for the beauty and remoteness of its countryside, spanning from the Dales in the west to the Moors in the east. The coast line is stunning and ideal for family holidays with historic towns and cities and magnificent historic houses providing a more cultural break away. The cathedral city of York, an ideal weekend away, with so much to see and do – from magnificent York Minster to the medieval Shambles, an area steeped in history and now rich in gift and antique shops and fashionable boutiques.

Northumberland being England’s most northern county, bordering Scotland, offers picture-perfect scenery with its extensive moorland and castle lined coast and family and surfer friendly beaches. Protecting the border with Scotland with the famous Hadrian’s Wall built by Hadrian’s Army between AD122 and AD128 this is a fantastic county for dog friendly holidays and second to none walking opportunities. Hadrians’ Wall became a World Heritage Site in 1987. There are also numerous historic horses and castles such Fountains Abbey, Alnick and Lindisfarne.

County Durham is just 3 hours by train from London and Durham City is famous for its majestic Durham Cathedral and adjacent Durham Castle. This is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, a must see visitor attraction easily combined with visits to the market towns and villages in the Durham Dales where there are fantastic walking and cycling routes.

Tyne and Wear is a county brimming with cultural quayside cities and sandy North Sea beaches like Tynemouth Longsands where the surf is almost always up. For unrivalled nightlife, visit cosmopolitan Newcastle and Gateshead where museums and galleries showcasing its Roman heritage also abound.