Updated: Definitive list of Shotley peninsula pubs open and shut during this January

By Derek Davis

5th Jan 2022 | Local News

Updated:

Although January is a notoriously difficult trading period for pubs at the best of times, many on the Shotley peninsula are fighting on, while others are taking breaks for a variety of reasons.

Shotley peninsula Nub News has provided the definitive list of who is doing what and when, so you know where to go for a meal or drinks.

The Bristol Arms, Shotley Rose, Butt & Oyster, Kings Arms, and Wheatsheaf have confirmed they are open pretty much as usual and a list of their opening times is below.

Anna Durance at the Wheatsheaf added: "Please don't stay away because you think we'll be busy; our number is 01473 805470 should you wish a report on numbers.

"We have plenty of sanitiser dotted about. Masks to be worn when moving from a to b. No loitering at the bar.

"We reserve the (not yet finished) Garden Room for those needing to be extra cautious."

Dale Russell, general manager of the Butt and Oyster in Pin Mill confirmed they will be operating as normal and added: "As of next week we will also be offering £10 off a meal for two after 6pm Monday to Thursday when you download the Deben Inns app.

"I would like to thank all my team and my customers for their continued support and hard work during another strange year."

Meanwhile, the Shipwreck, Holbrook Swan and Freston Boot are taking time out this month.

The Shipwreck is having its annual shut down, which includes the lock closure at Shotley marina and the bar and restaurant will open on February 12.

The Bakers Arms in Harkstead was among those that did not open for New Year's Eve due to Covid and cancellations, and their opening times are still to be confirmed.

Peninsula pubs opening hours

The Case is Altered

Thursday 6 - 10pm Friday 6 - 10:30pm Saturday 6 - 10pm Sunday 12 - 3pm

Bristol Arms

Friday to Tuesday 12noon - 11pm. Food until 9pm.

Closed Wednesday and Thursday

(Tuesday and Wednesday subject to change - call 787200 to check) Shotley Rose

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday open 11am until 2pm then again from 5pm - food every lunch and evening

Sunday open 12noon until 3pm then again from 6pm Kings Head, Stutton

Monday: Closed

Tuesday: 5-11pm

Wednesday: 12-3pm & 5-11pm

Thursday: 12-3pm & 5-11pm

Friday: 12-3pm & 5-11pm

Saturday: 12-3pm & 5-11pm

Sunday: 12-6pm

Food hours:

Monday: CLOSED

Tuesday: CLOSED

Wednesday: 12-2.30pm & 5-8pm

Thursday: 12-2.30pm & 5-8pm

Friday: 12-2.30pm & 5-8pm

Saturday: 12-2.30pm & 5-8pm

Sunday: 12-3pm Wheatsheaf

Wednesday: 17:00-22:00

Thursday:17:00-22:00

Friday: 17:00-23:00

Saturday: 13:00-22:00

Sunday: 13:00-21:00

Monday: Closed

Tuesday: Closed

Limited food menu. These are our current "Covid Hours" and will be

reviewed on a regular basis.

Butt & Oyster

Open all day, every day: Monday – Friday 10am-9pm

Saturday – Sunday 9am- 9pm

Red Lion

Tuesday-Saturday: 11am – 3pm * and 6pm – 11.00pm. Food is served between 12pm and 2pm and 6.30pm and 9pm Bull at Brantham

Tuesday 10.30am – 4pm

Food served: coffee/cake 10.30am onwards

lunch 12pm – 3pm

Closed evenings

Wednesday: 10.30am – 4pm

Meet Up Wednesdays Food served: coffee/cake 10.30am onwards

lunch 12pm – 3pm

Closed evenings

Thursday: 10.30am – 3pm

5pm – 10pm

Food served: coffee/cake 10.30am onwards

Lunch 12pm – 2.30pm

Dinner 5.30pm – 8.30pm

Friday: 10.30am – 11pm coffee/cake 10.30am

food 12pm – 9pm

Saturday: 11am – 11pmfood 12pm – 9pm

Sunday 12pm– 7pm food 12pm – 5pm

Gardeners Arms

Wednesday 12–3pm, 6–11pm

Thursday 12–3pm, 6–11pm

Friday 12–3pm, 6–11pm

Saturday 6–11pm

Sunday 12–7pm

Monday Closed

Tuesday 12–3pm, 6–11pm

Suggest new hours

Peninsula pubs closed

Shipwreck, Shotley marina - reopening February 12 The Boot, Freston - reopening January 18 Swan, Holbrook - reopening February 4. Compasses Inn - no reopening day set. Bakers Arms - to be confirmed.

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