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Station Road

Corbridge, 

Northumberland, 


NE45 5AY ,  England
The Dyvels Inn is a small country pub, brimming with character and its traditional interior provides instant appeal to local residents and visitors alike.Situated within walking distance from Corbridge train station and the Tynedale rugby grounds. The pub lies on the outskirts of the town centre and the nearest tourist attraction, The Roman Wall.
  • Wi Fi Acces
  • Restaurant
  • Central Location
  • Warm Welcome
  • En-suite Rooms
  • Excellent Food
  • Large Beer Garden
  • Car Parking
Check Prices and Availability
Double-Standard-EnsuiteDouble-Standard-Ensuite
from£65.00
Family-Standard-EnsuiteFamily-Standard-Ensuite
from£75.00
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from£65.00
Guest Reviews
Guest reviews for The Dyvels Inn, Corbridge are provided by real guests who have actually stayed at the property.
Rooms:
4.0
Value:
4.0
Friendliness:
5.0
Cleanliness:
4.0
Facilities:
4.0
Staff service:
5.0
Location:
5.0
Breakfast:
5.0
Guest Rating: 4
See all 1 reviews
Claire
Group of Adults
Stayed: Jun '14
4
Would recommend to others.
Rooms:
4
Value:
4
Friendliness:
5
Cleanliness:
4
Facilities:
4
Staff service:
5
Location
5
Breakfast:
5
"Very pleasant stay"
One night on coast to coast cycle, worked really well… Read more
"Very pleasant stay"
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Likes:
Friendly, comfortable
Dislikes:
No coffee or tea in rooms
Guest Review for The Dyvels Inn, Corbridge
More Information
3 Stars Self Assessed Guest House
Parking
On-site parking, Free parking
Types of Payment Accepted at The Dyvels Inn
Credit card, Debit card
Payment Cards accepted at the property
Master Card Visa 
Check-in: 3:00 PM till 9:00 PM
Early check-in available on request.
Check-out: 10:00 AM
Policies
Children Policy: No preference
Smoking Policy: No smoking
Cancellation Policy
Booking Terms and Conditions
Accessibility
Languages Spoken
English
Maltese
The Dyvels Inn is a small country pub, brimming with character and its traditional interior provides instant appeal to local residents and visitors alike.Situated within walking distance from Corbridge train station and the Tynedale rugby grounds. The pub lies on the outskirts of the town centre and the nearest tourist attraction, The Roman Wall.

The Dyvels Inn in Corbridge lies at the heart of Northumberland. We're only a walk from Hadrians wall, a short drive from Newcastle and an easy outing to our amazing coastline which is packed with castles and history.

In Newcastle you can visit the Sage Opera house to see one of the UK's top music venues, watch our local first class rugby team the Falcons , see serious and fun art at The Baltic, or just wander along the beautifully redeveloped Quayside. Don't forget to make the most of Newcastle's famous shopping as well.

Corbridge is a jewel in the crown of Northumberland. Lying just off the A69, about 18 miles west of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, it grew from the Roman town of CORSTOPITUM, a supply town for the troops on Hadrian's Wall. From the beginning Corstopitum provided much of the building stones used in the construction of many of the village buildings, including the church, Vicar's Pele and nearby castles.
Style of property
Comfortable, Traditional
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