Perfectly situated at Bellingham Station the Carriages Tea Room offers a warm welcome and a unique dining experience. Passengers can enjoy a range of light lunches, freshly baked scones and homemade cakes on board the 1957 Mk 1 carriages.
The rear carriage forms part of The Heritage Centres exhibit of the history of the Wannie Line, combine a visit to Carriages with a visit to Bellinghams acclaimed small museum for an interesting day out.
The Carriages are also ideally located with ample free parking to enable visitors to enjoy a visit to the waterfall at nearby Hareshaw Linn and explore the village of Bellingham with its historic buildings and shops.
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Memories of trains past!
Judith C, Sleaford, United Kingdom
Tea and cake with family members. Amazing carrot cake! Served by a very personable young man. The heritage centre well worth a visit too.
alsan501, Yarm, United Kingdom
This tea room is housed in two railway carriages next to the Bellingham Heritage Centre. The staff are wonderfully attentive and the home made food is excellent. Prices are really low but the quality is high. We visited twice during our short stay. Once we had soup and a bread roll. On the other occasion we had freshly made scones and coffee. We couldn't fault anything. The tea room deserves to do well because they offer high quality, home made food and excellent service.
We love this place!!
Abbey G, Derbyshire, United Kingdom
We have been here a few times now and its really well worth a visit. The food and drinks are great and to sit and eat on an old train is super. There is a toilet at the top end of the carriages and also an information area about the old trains etc,very interesting. There is free parking by the train. The staff are really friendly. We'll be going back many of times. Highly recommended!!
Ann B, Hexham, United Kingdom
Nothing better than Sunday lunch here, Roast beef, enormous yorkshire pud, roast potatoes and at least four other veg. Follow that with home made meringues and coffee and you'll not want to move for the rest of the day. Best of all everything is homemade and the staff are fantastic. Nothing is too much trouble.
Trip out in the Country
Pauline502, Newcastle upon Tyne England
I was on an outing with our charity, and our first stop was Bellingham and to have some lunch at the Carriage. We firstly had a little look round the Museum and little shop, which is as I say small Museum but very interesting. We then went onto have our lunch, there is two old railway trains. We had sandwiches cut into quarters, Tuna Mayonnaise, Cheese Egg Mayonnaise and a Home cooked Ham salad. Then out came a slice of Victoria Sponge and half a scone with homemade jam and fresh cream on top. It was very nice and filling, also lovely china cups and loads of tea, the lady just kept refilling our cups. Would definately go back and it was not badly priced for where it was, they do Sunday dinners so I would probably book as it is not too big and should imagine it will be very busy.