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A 19th century inn with a warm family welcome based on old-fashioned hospitality, home made food, comfortable accommodation and superb real ales an ciders. The Cumberland has won many CAMRA awards being the local pub of the year three times, and pub of the season three times. It also won the local cider pub of the year award in 2013, 2014 and 2020. The inn has superb view over the South Tyne river and is an ideal base to explore the highest market town in England and is close to the Coast-to-Coast cycle route and Pennine Way. Guest beers are dispensed from 3 handpumps. They have included brews from Hesket Newmarket, Consett Ale Works, Allendale, High House Farm, Mordue breweries and further afield. Old Rosie is a regular real cider with two or three other changing ciders and perry.