Whether you’re after a quick snack or something more substantial there is plenty of choice.

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  1. Add Land of Oak & Iron Heritage Centre and café shrub to your Itinerary

    Land of Oak & Iron Heritage Centre and café shrub


    Offering hearty breakfasts, seasonal lunches and delicious home-bakes, all made with locally sourced ingredients; café shrub's ever-changing menu offers a mouth-watering selection.

  2. Add Gibside National Trust to your Itinerary

    Gibside National Trust

    Rowlands Gill

    Escape to this tranquil 18th century landscaped garden created by one of the richest men in Georgian England, George Bowes.


    Price £6.20 to £30.40 Per Ticket Type
  3. Add Daniel Farm to your Itinerary

    Daniel Farm


    Daniel Farm is both a working farm and visitor attraction, with a café, deli serving home-baked cakes and pastries, whilst the adjoining farm shop is well stocked with local artisan foods and deli-goods including fresh bread, cheese, eggs, quiches…

  4. Add Miji Chinese Restaurant to your Itinerary

    Miji Chinese Restaurant


    Miji Chinese Restaurant is located in an old pub and has a selection of the very best in Chinese food.  There is something for everyone on the extensive menu; maybe you fancy a Pork dish, Cantonese dish or why not try a Set meals?


  5. Add Crowley’s Iron Works to your Itinerary

    Crowley’s Iron Works


    Sir Ambrose Crowley established one of the very first factories using the water power of the river Derwent to drive huge machines to produce wrought iron. A weir across the Derwent and stone dam which has been reclaimed by nature near Clockburn Lake…

  6. Add A'La Turka Turkish Barbecue & Grill Restaurant to your Itinerary

    A'La Turka Turkish Barbecue & Grill Restaurant


    A La Turka is a formal Turkish restaurant, opening it's doors to all aspects of Mediterranean cuisine.

  7. Add Black Bull to your Itinerary

    Black Bull


    The Bull is a genuinely dog-friendly pub, with a gallery of pictures of our regular four-footed customers.

    Real music is one of our great loves and three music clubs are based in this thriving pub. Beside Tynefolk and Buskers' Night, there are…

  8. Add We'll Meet Again - 1940s Café to your Itinerary

    We'll Meet Again - 1940s Café


    Every Thursday 10am-1pm at St. Nicholas Church Hall, Dunston. 1940s feel cafe offering not only refreshments and cake, but more importantly a community feel with conversation, games and memorabilia.  

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  9. Add Ye Olde Cross to your Itinerary

    Ye Olde Cross


    We are a community-owned pub in Ryton village in the Tyne Valley. We’re open seven days a week and we host an ever-growing selection of regular community activities and events. Stop in for real ales, hot coffee and a warm welcome.

  10. Add Up The Street to your Itinerary

    Up The Street


    Situated in a former Cafe on the front street in Winlaton, our aim is to serve locally brewed real ales and ciders in a friendly welcoming atmosphere. We put great emphasis on serving quality products from the local area.

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