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Inns in Corbridge

The Wheatsheaf Hotel
St. Helen's Street
Corbridge
Northumberland

NE45 5HE | View map
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The Wheatsheaf Hotel is superbly located in the historic and popular village of Corbridge. At the heart of the Tyne Valley, the hotel is ideally situated for the Hadrian's wall tourist sites, the beautiful Northumberland countryside as well as the internationally renowned city of Newcastle. The restaurant, bar and six guest bedrooms have all recently been refurbished to a high standard. This allows us to provide the highest of standards of food, drink and service in a friendly and comfortable environment. Our brand new menus have been compiled using the very best of local ingredients, including pure bred Northumberland meat. Our Head Chef and his busy team prepare all of their dishes on the premises. Using the very best of local suppliers we have refurbished our bedrooms to a high standard of comfort. We can cater for all types of events and functions, from small family gatherings to weddings and coach trips and our menus can be tailored to meet your specific needs. With some of the only car parking facilities in the village we are easily accesible from the main A69 trunk road. Our facilities are proving immensely popular for walkers, cyclists and those visiting Hadrian's Wall.

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