Timothy Taylor’s Award-Winning Ales Now Available Across Inn Hospitality Group Pub Estate

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Timothy Taylor’s Award-Winning Ales Now Available Across Inn Hospitality Group Pub Estate

Timothy Taylor's are very proud to announce that both our flagship ale, Landlord, and our new permanently available kegged ale, Hopical Storm, will both be available throughout the Inn Hospitality Group pub estate.

Inn Hospitality Group opened the doors to its first venue, The Percy Arms, Chatton in May 2021 after purchase in January 2020, and this is where the group began. Growing from strength to strength despite the global pandemic, the Inn Hospitality Group is a hospitality industry success story, with the portfolio growing from one to four venues in its first year of operation.

Located in stunning locations all sites are hidden gems surrounded by the best countryside the region has to offer, boasting luxurious bedrooms, home-made locally sourced food and hand crafted ales.

Search out your nearest Inn Hospitality Group pub below.

The Percy Arms

The first, and Inn Hospitality Group's flagship venue, The Percy Arms located in Chatton, Northumberland epitomises their brand.

The interior of this venue blends rural country living with more modern, luxurious touches and has five very high specification bedrooms all named after the pub’s surrounding areas.

Interesting Note: Its name is a nod to the Percy Family who reside in Alnwick Castle, and own the village of Chatton.

The Percy Arms, Main Road, Chatton, Northumberland NE66 5PS

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The Derwent Arms

Their most southern venue, The Derwent Arms is located on the boundary where Northumberland meets County Durham in the quaint village of Edmundbyers in the Derwent Valley.

Like the Percy, The Derwent is the hub of the village, sits next door to the village hall, and come Sunday is proudly serving the majority of the village it’s Sunday lunch. With six bedrooms and a two bedroom self catering apartment located above the pub, this venue has great pulling factors for groups, couples and small families wishing to explore the local surrounding and take part in outdoor pursuits.

Interesting Note: The Derwent Arms takes it's name sake from the Derwent Reservoir only a stone's throw away from the venue. It plays host to countless sporting activities and competitions throughout the year making us perfectly placed to host competitors. Not only this but the pub sits on a notable coast to coast route. Offering bike storage to appeal to this market.

The Derwent Arms, Edmundbyers, Consett DH8 9NL

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The Anglers Arms

A traditional coaching inn a stone’s throw from the A697 between two affluent, highly sought after villages: Longframlington and Longhorsely, The Anglers Arms is the Group’s most family-oriented venue.

It has seven en-suite bedrooms as well as an apartment and a cottage and serves delicious food all day, every day to customers ready and waiting for each menu change over. The beer garden is perfect for those wishing to dine alfresco, and the children’s play area is a great past time between courses.

Interesting Note: Given its proximity to a main road it is charmingly situated with a little river following adjacent to the entrance where guests can enjoy a fishing lesson on a warm summer’s afternoon.

The Anglers Arms, Weldon Bridge, Longframlington, Northumberland NE65 8AX

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The Olde Ship

Immersed in local history, The Olde Ship in Seahouses is the group’s oldest venue. Situated on Seahouses’ harbour, it truly is a shrine to maritime history, with artefacts and treasures in every corner.

With 12 unique and charming bedrooms, a studio apartment and a cottage The Olde Ship is the biggest venue of the four. Not to mention the Cabin, the Locker Room, the Lounge and the restaurant – four lovely areas of the venue where guests can retire and enjoy light bites, a la carte meals or some coffee and cake.

Interesting Note: Prince Charles paid the venue a visit when he came to town. He enjoyed a pint in the bar and told staff the pub was a welcome shelter away from the crowds!

The Olde Ship, Main Street, Seahouses NE68 7RD

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