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Mothers Day Dinner At the Keelman – Sunday 26th March 2017.

Treat your mum to a delicious meal on mothers day.  To avoid disappointment ring now to book your table on 0191 267 0772.

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The beautiful surrounding areas and country park compliment the traditional style of this listed building

The Keelman’s Lodge and Salmon Cottage are purpose-built hotel accommodation lodges, which stand in the grounds of The Big Lamp Brewery and Keelman pub on the edge of the Tyne Riverside Country Park.

The Keelman is only 5 miles from Newcastle and 3 miles from the Metro Centre. Being easily accessible by both public and private transport and 10 minutes from Newcastle Airport, this is the ideal location for a holiday break, or as a stop off point for those travelling Hadrian’s Wall.
The Two Lodges, the Keelman Pub and the Big Lamp Brewery blend contemporary and traditional style providing a stimulating and comfortable ambiance. Rated four-stars by Quality In Tourism and Visit England.

Four-star accommodation with exceptional customer service and a country atmosphere

The staff are very welcoming to families, and the menu and adventure playground outside reflect this. An added bonus for adults is that the Brewery that supplies the Keelman’s award-winning real ale is next door.
(The Guardian 2 Feb 2006)

Adjoined restaurant, pub and brewery with traditional food and award-winning ales

The Keelman Pub is a mix of contemporary and traditional styling which provides an excellent atmosphere. Enjoy the relaxing ambience of our bar with our range of fine ales, brewed in the traditional way in the Big Lamp Brewery next door. Our bar and restaurant has a warm, friendly atmosphere which is emphasised by the large conservatory which overlooks the patio and trees towards the river.

The restaurant is a light and airy room with a small number of tables in the balcony area for diners who prefer more privacy. Our chef, using the very best fresh local produce, presides over a traditional menu with a range of exciting dishes to suit all tastes.

After dinner you can relax with a coffee or a pint in the comfort of our pub or on the patio.