The Errington Arms has a colourful history which can be traced back to the 1750s when it was originally a coaching house. The Errington Arms was aptly named after a local family from Corbridge in the Tyne Valley and stands only a stones throw away from the 80 Roman mile (73½ English miles or 117 kilometres) long Hadrians Wall which stretches from Bowness on Solway on the West coast in Cumbria through rural Northumberland to Wallsend, on the North East coast, Tyne and Wear.
However, at the beginning of the 21st Century and for may years, The Errington Arms stood empty, lonely and well on the road to dereliction. After many months of hard, painstaking restoration, this traditional coaching Inn has been brought back to its full former glory.
The Errington attracts many visitors every year from around the world and serves as a traditional Public House and Restaurant offering many lagers and ales along with quality traditional and continental dishes.