THE DUKE OF CLEVELAND - FAMILY FRIENDLY PUB

A selection of photographs showing our well stocked bar in the ground level suite of the most welcoming Duke of Cleveland.

The downstairs bar and lounge is a very welcoming place to enjoy a drink, a chat or a meal at very reasonable prices.

The Duke of Cleveland at night taken from Church Walk.

About us

The Duke of Cleveland is a family friendly pub situated in Church Walk in old Hartlepool - or on The Headland if you prefer to call it that! It might be known to many as the former Conservative Club but has been totally renovated to into a plush family friendly pub and function suite to cater for all needs.

The building is Grade II listed and was the former home of the 1st Duke of Cleveland who was also the 3rd Earl of Darlington - William Henry (Harry) Vane who was born in July 1766 and died in January 1842. The building was originally the Duke's summer house. The main building had no windows overlooking St. Hilda's Church as the Duke allegedly had a disagreement with the Rector when it was built. In 1833, the residence was called Hartlepool House.

Contact us

The Duke of Cleveland, 2 Church Walk, Hartlepool, TS24 0ND.
Telephone 01429 86 44 15 or on our mobile 07807 848241

The Duke of Cleveland images used on this page are reproduced with the kind permission of the Rt. Hon. Lord Barnard, T.D. and Heritage House Media

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