Pubs & bars in Corbridge, Northumberland

The place to meet in the heart of historic Corbridge, The Angel is an institution in this simply beautiful part of Northumberland.

The Pele is truly a unique micro pub in the beautiful village of Corbridge. With its contemporary restoration, fabulous location and unmistakable heritage.

Large beer garden Pool table and darts board. big screen and tvs - showing Sky Sports/BT Sports. The Blue Bell is a lively pub in the heart of Corbridge.

The Wheatsheaf is a traditional building, fully in keeping with the style of the village. With bar, restaurant and six recently refurbished bedrooms, the Wheatsheaf is the ideal place for anyone visiting the area.

The Duke of Wellington Inn is located in the hamlet of Newton, nestled in the Tyne valley and just off the A69 near Corbridge. The road network gives easy access to Newcastle, Hadrian’s Wall Country, Hexham, and Northumberland’s National Park.

Set in the original ladies waiting room at Hexham Train Station is a homely bar; serving a variety of hot and cold drinks, sandwiches and treats, available to sit in or take away

Mr Ant's is a family run bar + café in the centre of the historic market of Hexham, Northumberland.

Forum in Hexham has disabled facilities. The pub is a family friendly pub, it serves food. Forum serves real ale. The pub has free WiFi, it is a member of Cask Marque.

At the Craft Union Pub Company, our philosophy is about bringing really quality pubs back in the heart of local communities

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