Named after the Inn in Harry Potter books, The three star Hog’s Head Inn is just a short drive from Alnwick Castle – or Hogwarts in JK Rowling’s tales of the boy wizard and his friends – and the famous Alnwick Gardens and Treehouse. Offering exceptionally good food, free Wi-Fi and plenty of parking, The Hog’s Head Inn is a brand new place to eat, drink, sleep and explore.
Open all year
Special diets catered for
A good Sunday Roast Lunch
Nicholas I, Stamford, United Kingdom
Visited as a family for Sunday lunch. Hadn’t booked but got a nice table. A good selection of draught and bottled beers and a large carvery with beef, pork and turkey, plenty of vegetables including roast and new boiled potatoes,sliced carrots, broccoli and good rich gravy. Plenty of apple and horseradish sauces and quick service at the carvery. £9.95 for an Adult and £7.95 for a child. No piped music. Easy access from the A1 and plenty of parking, petrol station with a Spar shop on the site. Good food and convenient break for travellers. Also 53 rooms for overnight stops and meals are served all day
Having been here numerous times I have to say the food is at an all time high. Visited with family and everyone really enjoyed the food. Service was great. Please try the flat breads
Great food and service
hayley b, Doncaster, United Kingdom
We came here for lunch whilst holidaying in the area. We chose the homemade venison pie of the specials menu and it was delicious, nicest pie I’ve ever had! Great location next to the a1 and very friendly staff. Although prices are high it is definitely worth it with the quality of food we would definitely return
Good standby - good pub grub
VariousHols, South West England, United Kingdom
My husband and I had two meals here. Both meals were very good. Good choice and hot. The staff are very friendly and the atmosphere and ambience of the pub is super. When we are up in the area again we would definitely eat at the pub.
Ate here with family and few days ago. A large, clean friendly establishment with ample parking and good access to both Alnwick itself and The A1 North and South. Food was good and the menu was adequate although I personally thought it was a little on the expensive side for what is at the end of the day pub grub. All in all its worth considering if your looking for somewhere close to Alnwick or close to the A1.