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Inns in Morpeth

The Dyke Neuk
Meldon
Morpeth
Northumberland

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The Dyke Neuk Inn, located in the little village of Meldon near Morpeth, is a stone built bed and breakfast offering fantastic views of Northumberland. Owned by the Forster family since July 2007 by the welcoming Forster family, this inn is a delightful place to eat, drink and sleep, as it offers a lot of character. With the nearby Bolam Lake and Wallington Hall attracting visitors from all over the country, the Dyke Neuk Inn is used to catering for all types of guests. Dogs are also welcome in the bar. Inside The Dyke Neuk Inn, décor is of a quality feel, with slate floors and stone walls in the pub and restaurant. Upstairs, the 4 star B & B has been recently refurbished to a very high standard and the 4 en-suite rooms are all very comfortable. The Dyke Neuk Inn derives its' business mainly from customer recommendations, as most of our customers come to visit us time and time again for our lovely accommodation and quality food. Morpeth's central Northumberland location as an ideal base from which to explore the entire county. As well as having its own range of attractions, accommodation and entertainment, Morpeth is convenient for the city centre attractions of Newcastle upon Tyne.

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