South Causey Inn

The North East and the rest of the UK are under national lockdown restrictions. Non-essential retail, hospitality and entertainment venues are now closed as well as most accommodation businesses and visitor attractions. Stay home. Stay safe. Travel tomorrow. Check directly with businesses if you have essential travel needs.

Telephone: 01207 235 555

South Causey Inn Secondary

We're Good to Go

The measures we have put in place:

  • Enhanced hygiene and additional cleaning throughout hotel and restaurant with particular attention to key touch points.
  • Online check in and contactless key collection.
  • In-room dining and beverage options for the hotel.
  • Hand sanitiser stations available in hotel and restaurant.
  • Contactless payment encouraged wherever possible.
  • All menus in the restaurant will be available in disposable form or online (traditional menus have been removed).
  • Socially distant dining tables in the restaurant.
  • Individual condiments in the restaurant.

How you can help when visiting us:

  • Respect social distancing in all areas.
  • Pre-booking is essential for both hotel and restaurant.
  • Prior to arrival all guests of the hotel and restaurant will be asked to confirm if they or any of their party have shown symptoms. Unfortunately, those currently with symptoms, or self-isolating will be asked to visit at a future date.

South Causey Inn has re-opened for hotel residents and diners. They have been busy creating new and safe 'Accommodation Comeback Packages', which allow you to stay in any of the bedrooms and hot-tub suites, enjoy their fabulous brand new menus, and make the most of the beautiful, countryside on the doorstep.

There is a whole new dining experience at South Causey Inn too! Enjoy dining "Al Fresco'' in South Causey Inn's new Bubble Pods.

Halfway between Durham City and Newcastle, set in 100 acres of the beautiful Beamish Valley in the Vale of Durham, lies South Causey Inn - an independent hotel with luxury accommodation, flexible event spaces, and a rustic restaurant.

It is easy to visit South Causey Inn with excellent local transport links from Newcastle airport, Durham, Chester-le-Street and Newcastle train stations, bus stops outside the door, 24 hour taxi services – if you are still stuck they can even arrange transport in their RIP gin car!

South Causey Inn is a particularly dog-friendly place to stay in the North East and being situated in the beautiful County Durham countryside means it's a brilliant spot to enjoy the great outdoors.

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Telephone: 01207 235 555



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