Black Horse Beamish

01207 232569
Red Row
Beamish
DH9 0RW
Set in ten acres of glorious rolling countryside, just moments from the famous and unique Beamish Museum, The Black Horse is a delicious location for a meal or refreshments.

This three hundred year old public house in the Beamish Conservation Valley attracts visitors from far and wide with its superb dishes, made from its own home grown seasonal vegetable, fruit, fish and the best local meat produce. With their own supply of amazing organic vegetables, you can be sure of the tastiest dishes, regional cuisine and seasonal variety every time you go.

Exquisite food is served throughout the day by chef Steve Welch, who strives to have the best kitchen garden in the North East from which to create his gorgeous dishes.

Feast your eyes and let your mouth water as you read a sample of the delicious menu: For starters, Local Dressed Crab with Fresh Mayonnaise, Caramelised Pork Belly with Puy Lentils and Apple, Home-made Country Terrine; Main courses include, Beef Bombardier Pie, Famous Fish and Chips, Aberdeen Angus Beef Burger, Gently Cooked Lamb Rump with Leeks, Bacon & Carrot Puree and 10oz Prime Steaks - Rump, Rib-eye, Sirloin, T-bone and Fillet; followed by Sticky Toffee Apple Pudding, Chocolate Orange Fondant, and Traditional Apple Charlotte for dessert.

The choice of fine food on the extensive house menu is wonderful, and The Black Horse also caters for special dietary requirements, as well as producing set lunch and dinner options - 2 courses for £9.95 and 3 courses for £12.95.

The Black Horse is steeped in history and mystery; dating back to the 18th century, it is built as part of the estate of the infamous MP for County Durham Bobby Shafto, whose jilted lover was the subject of the old ditty 'Bonny Bobby Shafto', plus of course the resident ghost, George Ridley, who makes his presence felt after hours.

Naturally The Black Horse has a superb atmosphere plus a great selection of beers, spirits and exceptional wines from around the world, which compliment the flavours of the dishes on the menu to perfection.