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Ravensworth Arms
Tyne and Wear

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The Ravensworth Arms stands on the site of Clubdon Hall, and takes it's name from the nearby Ravensworth Castle. The pub can boast a wealth of literary connections: Lewis Carroll wrote his immortal classic 'Alice in Wonderland' her and, it is claimed, the famous writer Catherine Cookson was conceived here, her mother having worked at the pub.The Ravensworth Arms is situated in a peaceful, countryside setting, yet is close to all amenities with quick connections to all major transport links, business areas and local attractions.In keeping with the traditional atmosphere of the building, we have 13 quality, en suite bedrooms and meeting facilities for up to 50 people.Wedding ceremonies can also be held at the Ravensworth Arms as a civil wedding licence is held here.The hotel offers an extensive menu of fresh, seasonal dishes, we pride ourselves on sourcing only the finest of quality ingredients. Our steaks are cut from 35 day matured British beef to bring you a more tender, succulent meat, and we use British farm assured chicken and outdoor reared pork selected for their superior taste. We also offer a selection of our chefs very own speciality dishes selected and prepared by our very own team of chefs.

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