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Chester Le Street Pubs and Bars - Red Lion (Durham), Durham DH3 3BE - Detail


Front Street
Chester Le Street

Monday: 10am - 11pm
Tuesday: 10am - 11pm
Wednesday: 10am - 11pm
Thursday: 10am - 11pm
Friday: 10am - 1am
Saturday: 10am - 1am
Sunday: 12pm - 11pm
Barracuda Group
Venue Style : Pub and Function Room
Venue Capacity : 500
Nearest Rail : Chester Le Street
Description : The Red Lion is situated in the heart of Chester-le-Street with the function suite located to the rear of the friendly spacious bar.

The Red Lion can cater for your every need from a champagne reception to a birthday celebration in its classically decorated function suite.

The venue provides a popular carvery every Sunday, as well as offering fantastic traditional food and drink deals throughout the week.

Located on a busy high street, the house DJ will make you want to dance the night away on a weekend and then recuperate during the week with a steaming mug of hot chocolate with marshmallows and a muffin!

Regularly hosting live music events, physic evenings and tea dances, the stylishly decorated Red Lion shows all major sporting events on it’s many plasma TV’s and big screens.

Whatever the occasion, The Red Lion can cater for all your party requirements whatever the size!

The function suite is available from 8am – 1am.

Room hire is charged depending on availability and size of party.

Our resident DJ will be only too happy to accommodate your preferred music choice. Please ask for further details.

Free function room hire in Durham
Breakfast available
Live Music
weekend DJ
Food served all day
Sunday Carvery in Durham
Female friendly
Free Wifi
Beer garden
Car parking
Disabled facilities
Baby changing
large spacious bar
Durham pub showing Sky sports and ESPN
Large screens for all sporting events
Reservations and bookings welcome
Drink offers
Party bookings welcome
Live entertainment
Ideal for hen & stag parties in Durham
Themed evenings
Quiz nights
Poker night

Webpage last updated on Wednesday, 11th January 2012