The Rat

In an idyllic location overlooking the Tyne Valley and the market town of Hexham, the Rat boasts spectacular views from its stunning terraced beer garden.

Set in the small hamlet of Anick, the Rat overlooks the village green and surrounding countryside with the River Tyne in the distance curving round towards the ancient Roman village of Corbridge. An attractive ivy clad, sandstone building built into the hillside,probably with stone plundered from nearby Hadrians Wall,with a terraced beer garden popular in summertime.
In the cosy bar a cast iron range blazes away with a further log burning range at the opposite side of the room.The ceiling is low and beamed with the famed collection of chamberpots hanging from the ceiling.The bar fashioned from a great oak sideboard has once clearly seen service in a grand country home.

Run by  Phil and Karen who previously owned the successful, Michelin rated Green Room restaurant in Hexham,The Rat is famous for its hearty and traditional locally sourced food,good wine,fantastic hand pulled beers and welcoming atmosphere.

The Rat  is mentioned in many guides,including Michelin, Alastair Sawdays,Good Food, Good Beer and Good Pub Guides.The pub has also attracted national press recommendations including The Sunday Times,The Week Magazine,The Telegraph and also inclusion in Jay Rayners 20 best places to eat in Britain in summer published in the Sunday Observer.

Also ranked in the Top 50 Gastropubs 2013 and 2014

Top 50 Gastro logo 2013

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CURRENT VACANCIES: We are seeking  a Commis Chef ,this is a great opportunity to work and learn within a small team producing high quality food using local produce.Would suit college leaver or more experienced chef.Salary according to experience.Immediate start.Please call Phil at the pub on 01434 602814



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