A village inn near Morpeth in Northumberland, has been named Best Pub in the North East in the 2019 National Pub and Bar Awards. Upgrading its recent win of ‘Best Pub in Northumberland’ in spectacular style!
St Mary’s Inn beat stiff competition from across the region to take the award, including competitors from Tyne & Wear and Durham.
The team collected their award at a glittering award ceremony in Central London last week, which was hosted by restaurant critic Jay Rayner.
St Mary’s Inn near the village of Morpeth in Northumberland, is about warmth and generosity whether a guest comes to eat, drink or stay. A space that can be described as boasting friendly hospitality, flavoursome food and comfortable bedrooms.
Large yet inviting, St Mary’s Inn offers fine fare, local ales, cosy corners and real fires. This is a relaxed North East destination pub with a passion to make each guest feel at home.
The National Pub & Bar Awards aims to put the finest on-trade businesses across the UK in the spotlight, showcasing just how diverse and creative the hospitality industry really is. The announcement of this year’s 94 county champions showcases the level of quality being delivered to pub and bar visitors every day of the week.