Tyne BarThe Cumberland Arms


Cumberland Arms  

Ouseburn, Byker. About 10 minutes walk to Manors Metro Station and 15 minutes to the City Centre.

Metro - Manors/Byker
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Monday - Wednesday 5pm - 11pm, Thursday 3pm - 11pm, Friday 3pm - 12am, Saturday 12pm - 12am, Sunday 12pm - 11pm.
Telephone: 0191 2656151 /2651725
Facebook: facebook.com/thecumby
Twitter: twitter.com/thecumby
Website: www.thecumberlandarms.co.uk

Beers:   Drinks list
Carling, Grolsch, Moretti, Staropramen and Guinness on tap.

12 cask and keg ales also available with a selection of local ales including:
Northern Alchemy - Tashy Bob - Pale Ale - English ABV 3.9%
Northern Alchemy - Be Curious! - Pale Ale - English ABV 4.1%
Horsforth Brewery - Smooth As A Duck - IPA - English ABV 5.9%
Hallets - PX - Cider - Traditional ABV 6%
Fell Brewery - Glisky - Golden Ale ABV 4.6%
Turning Point Brew Co (Collab with Polly's Brew Co) - Blair Resignation Jam - Sour - Fruited ABV 5.5%
Almasty Brewing Co - Thought And Reasoning - Stout - American ABV 5.9%
Fell Brewery - Gizmo - Pale Ale - American ABV 4%
Buxton Brewery - Gatekeeper - Porter - English ABV 4.1%
Turning Point Brew Co - Big Beat Manifesto - Pale Ale - New England ABV 5.2%

Stowford press cider also on offer. Listed in the Good Beer guide.

Standard toasties £2.50, Ciabatta toasties £3.70.

Special Deals: None advertised.

Live Sports: none shown here.

Music: Live music with bands and musical events on most nights.   Click here for gig guide.

What's On: Monday - Quiz night from 9pm

Live music on the Terrace on Wednesday to Sunday evening. Sessions held every night (except Saturday) and Film Club - every 1st Monday of the month at 8.30pm (Kids Film Club every Wednesday from 3.45pm).

Book a bed and breakfast room at the Cumberland Arms   Click here to check availability.

Click for Review
Very traditional old style pub, dating from 1860 that is a popular music and real ale venue in the Ouseburn area.

The pub is in an elevated position overlooking the Ouseburn with a large outside seating area to the front.

From the main entrance there are two rooms - to the left is the bar and the sitting room is located to the right.

Both rooms are decked out in a traditional pub style with plenty of seating in the sitting room.

The pub attracts students and locals, and visitors to the Ouseburn area. It is busy on the weekend and in the evening when live events are held in the bar.

Quiz night on a Monday from 9pm (50p per entry).

The pub has an excellent reputation for beer and is an ideal place to enyoy a drink away from the throng of the City Centre.

Bed and breakfast is available with 4 en suite rooms - twin or double for £80.00 (2 people sharing) or single £70.00.

A continental or cooked breakfast is served to your room between 8am and 10am.

Disabled access is ok as the bar is all on the one level. Toilets are small and basic

Price: Reasonable.