From Our Editors
Located in a quiet and picturesque English village, under a mile away mile from the A1 Great North Road, this 13th century inn exudes charm and history. The beamed ceilings, stone walls, open fire and flagstone floors harken back to ages past and the local folklore, while six comfortable rooms, in-house micro-brewery and restaurant invite a prolonged stay. Those with time for a short visit only can taste the Blue Cow Inn's very own ale or sample the a la carte menu that includes a selection of specials and vegetarian options. Snacks and nibbles are available at the pub, while Sunday is typically devoted to the well-established traditional carvery.