Dining eating out around Newcastleton

Eating in, or dining out there are lots of choices for lunches, bar meals or dining.

Yethouse has a fully equipped kitchen as well as a separate dining room.  If you are celebrating a special occasion and need inspiration we can help. We can suggest a romantic venue, or recommend a good  place for Sunday lunch or a cream tea!

We can sort catering if you want to put your feet up or pre order oven ready homemade suppers to just pop in the oven for a night off.  Our local chef Robin will be happy to prepare your menu for you, here are a few suggestions.

The village is is just down the hill offering a variety of eateries; hotels, cafés and a pub: further afield the choice widens.

Locally

  • Copshaw Kitchen homemade bakes and bites as well as a gift shop. Full dining menu available, must be book in advance.
  • Olive Tree, bakery and café Homemade pies, bread and bakes serving fresh food for eating in or take away.
  • The Grapes Hotel – dine in the bar or restaurant, food served till 9pm.
  • The Liddesdale Hotel – dine in the bar or restaurant, food served till 9pm.
  • The Trap (or known locally as the Dormouse) beer, wine and spirits, no food
  • Elliots the butchers – homemade quiche, pies; meat, savoury & sweet, fresh meat, poultry, eggs and small fruit & veg selection
  • Costcutters – village shop, has all the basics as well as newspapers and a small off license.
  • SPAR – new village SPAR which also hosts the Post Office open 7/7/7

Further afield Cafés

  • Damascus Drum Café & Bookshop behind the Heritage Hub in Hawick, tricky to find but well worth it when you do!
  • Truly Scrumptious, Langholm, quaint tearoom 40s style with real china cups & saucers to cake stands & menu.
  • Bessiestown Vintage Teas at Catlowdy – a must but need to book.Cream tea at Bessiestown
  • Pelosi’s Ice Cream Parlour, Langholm, as well as Italian ices also serves food and bakes
  • Kielder Castle  – gallery, crafts and café
  • Falstone Old School Tea Room former Victorian School at Falstone, a small village between Bellingham/ Kielder.  Tearoom, Craft Gallery, Community Shop & National Park Information Point
  • The Meet at Denholm, café, restaurant and has an antique centre above it.  Take the wallet.

Pubs & Restaurants

  • Black cock, Falstone, Kielder seasonal but accepts dogs – great lunches after long walks!
  • Pheasant Inn, Kielder.  Book this, always popular particularly if you have a date at the Observatory.
  • Sportsman Restaurant at the Marchbank Hotel,  off the A7 towards Carlisle.  Salmon and trout from the River Esk, pick of the spoils from the local game shoots.  Book to avoid disappointment particularly Sunday lunches.
  • Fantails, Weatheral, Carlisle A fine dining experience.  Well worth the trip.
  • Pentonbridge Inn, Penton.  New, expensive but hugely enjoyable for a special occasion.
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