The South Causey Inn
Hotel service and British cuisine. All in the heart of Beamish Valley in County Durham. The south Causey inn provides luxury hotel service and British cuisine . The South Causey Inn whilst popular as a wedding venue also provides a venue for events and courses. When I visited they were advertising a music festival and a range of courses such as flower arranging and photography.
The inside is decorated with dark wood furnishings and has an eclectic sense of style. The walls are decorated with vintage posters and on the window ledge behind the seat I was sitting in was a phrenology head. Phrenologists used to believe that they could tell what sort of person you where by the specific shape of your head. So I and my father had fun looking at the differing labels on the head telling us every certain characteristics of a person could be found. Please acknowledge that phrenology is not practiced today as the science of it wasn’t really there.
The menu itself has such a wide range in cuisine so it is sure to please a wide group of people. There is pasta, pizza, curry’s, wraps, pies, sandwiches, and all sorts of things. Please click on there website address provide to look at the different options. The Causey Inn is dog friendly and has specific rules for everyone’s safety presented to you on entrance. You can find out more information related to this by clicking here.
Furthermore, South Causey Inn has outdoor space to eat. By looking through the windows my father was able to see seating pods that one could sit and eat in. Each individual pod had enough seats for at least four people and had a window decorated with curtains at the back. The pods looked as though music could by played within them. These pods looked like a fun cosy shelter from the sun on a hot day. I really do hope you visit and enjoy yourself at the Causey Inn.
There are many entrances to the Causey Inn and there are many function rooms available. Thus, making it easier to choose the right venue for you and your guests. Furthermore, there is plenty of room in-between seating for wheelchairs and pushchairs to be wheeled through to their chosen place. The accessible toilet is a reasonable size and the toilet itself is positioned quite high off the ground. I can only presume that this may make it easier to manoeuvre ones self off a wheelchair and onto the toilet.
However, if you have painful arthritis in the knees this will make it easier to sit down as you do not have as far to bend. Whilst there is no braille menu the staff are happy to read the menu to you. Staff are also happy to guide those who need it into a seat if needed. Whilst that staff are not specifically autism or dementia trained they are happy to help whenever their customers need it. The floor of the pub is the one colour this may help whilst guiding a customer with dementia to their seat as multi-coloured floors can make some patients feel sick and disorientated.