Come to The Keelman For a Special and Memorable Valentines Meal
Come and treat that special person in your life for a gorgeous and romantic meal for two with our Valentines Day Menu.
The Valentine’s menu will be served on Saturday 13th February 12pm – 9pm and 14th Sunday February 12pm – 9pm. 3-course meal for £24.95. Our regular menu is also available.
DINNER – BED AND BREAKFAST RATE AVAILABLE – AT ONLY £109.95 – PER COUPLE
(INCLUDES – AN OVERNIGHT STAY IN THE LODGE – A FULL BREAKFAST THE NEXT MORNING AND A 3 – COURSE MEAL FOR TWO)
To avoid disappointment please ring now to book your table on 0191 267 0772.
CUMBRIA CHARITY APPEAL
A BIG THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO CONTRIBUTED TO THE EVENT
WITH THE KEELMAN RAISING A MASSIVE £500 FOR CHARITY
Mothers Day Dinner At the Keelman – Sunday 6th March 2016
Treat your mum to a delicious meal on mothers day. To avoid disappointment ring now to book your table on 0191 267 0772.
To see our menu click here.
WI – FI NOW AVAILABLE IN ALL GUEST ROOMS
FREE AND FAST WI – FI IN ALL GUEST ROOMS
Contact us if you’d like to book a room or need any information regarding the WI-FI
The Keelman Pub and Big Lamp Brewery
The Keelman Pub is named after the former river Tyne boatmen, Immortalised in songs such as “The Keel Row” and “Cushy Butterfield”, the Keelmen transported coal up and down the river. The pub, brewery, restaurant and accommodation are 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 have a warm, friendly atmosphere which is emphasised by the large conservatory which overlooks the patio and trees towards the river.
Beers normally available include the renowned Prince Bishop Ale, award winning Big Lamp Bitter, Summerhill Stout and sometimes the formidable Blackout.
“It’s a real ale haven” Pub Review – The Evening Chronicle
The beers of the Big Lamp Brewery deserve to be served in impecable surroundings, writes Dave Clark. And they couldn’t do much better than The Keelman, their brewery tap. Built in the same converted pumping station as the brewery itself, The Keelman has a tall, airy interior with huge arched windows looking out on a pretty corner of the Tyne Valley. It is named after the boatmen who transported coal down the river from Northumberland mines to waiting ships in the Port of Tyne, and is an ideal starting point for a saunter along the Keelman’s Way bridle path
Inside, the bar is clearly designed for passing a peaceful half hour sampling the brewery’s excellent selection of real ales. The decor and music are relaxing and low key, the seating well spaced and the service friendly.