Corbridge Pubs and Restaurants
Here 6 pubs, numerous great restaurants and tea shops, small specialist fashion, jewellery and antique shops are all randomly mixed in with a butcher, a baker, a greengrocer, and a deli that provide the highest quality local produce at very reasonable prices.
The village makes for an interesting half day wandering around the quaint shops, window shopping or sipping your favourite beverages in one of our hostelries.
Mr Foggs is less than 200m from the market square and all the action.
Gastropub with busy bar and rooms
The social centre of village.(150m)
The Black Bull
Real ales and simple well cooked food (180m)
The Blue Bell
Recently refurbished independent drinking den (200m)
Watch sport on Sky here
The Golden Lion
Heineken have revitalised whole pub.
Simple good value food.
Can get lively on weekends
Fair selection of real ales, good value pub food
Across river near station Drinkers pub with beer garden, good range of local beers.
Italian Restaurant (100m)
The Duck House (200m)
Very interesting menus – rapidly changing specials .
Pan Asian restaurant – great ambiance good food
Tea and Coffee Shops
Tea and Tipple in Marketplace
Food and Veg
Fantastic Vegetables available at Stobo’s in the market place
Halls the butcher
Fish Stall in market place
Fashion, Jewelry and Antiques
A1 or A68 till you hit A69 Newcastle to Carlisle
At first (Styford) roundabout, head into Corbridge
Go to Corbridge station (no taxis) walk 800m cross the river and up into village.Pass the Angel on right keep on main road (princes St) and turn right at the dentist’s
Newcastle Airport 15 miles –hire car or Taxi (£35 ish)
This is Corbridge
Corstopitum Roman Site
St Andrews Church
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