Join us for delicious food and a range of craft ales
Join us for delicious food and a range of craft ales

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About US


Eat, drink, sleep in historic Corbridge.

The perfect place to eat, drink, rest your head and explore! 

Open daily with food served from 9am to 9pm, we offer a tempting range of home made dishes. Whether joining us for brunch, a light lunch or a hearty evening meal we aim to please! Coffee and cake or a good old cuppa …. Let us serve you.

Hand pulled cask beers from local brewing experts, premium lagers and scrumptious ciders all on tap together with a great selection of world wines and spirits.

Cosy ensuite  bedrooms to rest awhile. The homely alternative to a hotel.


Our Rooms

Looking to stay at The Wheatsheaf? Have a look through our rooms and get in touch with us to book a room.


Our Food

Want to pop in for a quick bite to eat whilst you’re out and about? Maybe you’re looking for a meal for the family? 



We offer special offers and both dining and rooms. Keep an eye on our special offers page to see the latest deals available.

A message from Lauren & gary

Hello and a very warm welcome to all of our guests! We can’t wait for you to come and visit us and the rest of the team at our beautiful pub. We take such pride in what we serve and it truly shows in our service, our food and our love for this community. Whether you are popping in for a quick pint, staying for a night on business, or having a leisurely holiday to get away from your busy regular life, we are here to make your visit as memorable as possible. We have a very small team, and like to think of it as The Wheatsheaf Family as we are all heavily invested in breathing life back into this stunning building and bringing it back to the heart of the community once more.

So whether you are here for 10 minutes or 10 days, we hope you feel like you are being looked after by family and friends in a comfortable and relaxed environment.

We hope to see you very soon,

Lauren, Gary & The Wheatsheaf Family (not forgetting Diesel & Lola)

About US

First listed as an Inn in 1827, the pub has been a historic landmark in Corbridge for centuries. Corbridge itself has been dominated by two settlements; the Roman garrison town of Corstpitum and later the medieval town of Corbridge. As a river valley town, the views around the town and the surrounding areas are magnificent. Much of the town is a Conservation Area, with Middle Street shop frontages and skyline identical to that of a postcard from 1900! This makes Corbridge a distinctive and desirable destination as you won’t find chain stores, but rather independent shops, cafes, galleries and restaurants at the heart of the town – giving a true community feel!

The Wheatsheaf – just outside the hustle and bustle of the town market place, is a Grade ll listed mid 18thCentury Inn located perfectly for those wanting to explore the stunning Northumbrian countryside, historic sites and museums, and not forgetting Hadrian’s Wall is just 20 minutes away.

Having recently extensively renovated, the pub has mixed traditional décor with modern comforts. With an open plan bar and restaurant area, it is immediately welcoming to all. Dining is available in all areas, so you can join friends for lunch or dinner and enjoy views across the rolling hills in the restaurant, or settle by the fireside with a pint of local ale in the winter. In the summer, our outside seating area traps the sun from afternoon to late evening, ensuring you catch as many rays as possible!

Our 6 bedrooms have also been refurbished, all individually decorated with beautiful furnishings – even the keyrings have a special local touch, having been handmade by Delight & Wisdom’s Kerry!

Boasting crisp white linen, TV’s, tea & coffee making facilities and the largest bath sheets known to man, the rooms are the perfect retreat from a busy life.

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