Red Row. Beamish
Tel: 01207 232 569
Enjoy the fabulous panoramic views in our extensive outdoor beer garden and terraces.
With 10 acres of on-site vegetable gardens and orchards supplying the best organic vegetables, you can be sure that our meals will be to the highest standards, changing seasonally to get the best results for you.
We are only minutes away from the following...
Beamish Museum is a 2 minute drive from the Black Horse and provides the perfect day for the whole family.
Visit the town, colliery, village, working farm, pockerley manor and 1825 railway, recreating life in the North East in the early 1800’s and 1900’s.
A 15 minute walk up the back road and you will find the world’s oldest working railway and engine shed. The surviving 1725 Sunniside to Causey section is still running, the oldest part was 1647 with over 300 years of coal traffic.
A great day out for families and history fans alike, or anyone with an interest in our proud railway heritage.
Causey arch and picnic area
The worlds oldest surviving railway bridge built in 1725 stands over a rocky gorge, woodland walks and access to Tanfield railway.
Approximately half a mile from The Black Horse – opposite the South Causey Inn and Equestrian Centre lies Beamish Lakes. The all trout fishing lake is in a perfect rural countryside setting clear rainwater fed lives under 10 feet deep both for fly and worm fishing.
The Black Horse is set in the heart of wooded English country side, the perfect location to go out on a hack. We welcome horse riders with open arms to pop in for a drink whilst on there travels.
The North East is rapidly developing into one of the best MTB scenes around. Pick up a leaflet from our leaflet stand in the entrance for details of local Mountain Bike Trials.
Explore the English countryside, with a wealth of local attractions for you to experience along the way. Pick up a leaflet from our leaflet stand in the entrance for details of local Walks.