Situated in the Tyne valley and surrounded by rolling Northumberland hills, Corbridge was once a bustling town and supply base for Roman citizens to collect food and supplies. Over the course of 350 years it developed from a strategic military fort into a bustling, cosmopolitan town, where civilians, tradespeople and craftsmen rubbed shoulders with soldiers and officers on their way to Hadrian’s Wall. You can discover the Corbridge Hoard, housed at the museum, one of the most significant finds in Roman history, the museum is also home to the Corbridge Collection, the largest of the Hadrian’s Wall’s collections.

Corbridge boasts some of the best shopping in the region. You can find fashion, art and crafts, gifts and more. There are several independent clothes and shoe shops as well as beauticians and hairdressers. It is an area renowned for the arts; there are several galleries, craft, fabric and interior design shops, art suppliers and antique and vintage emporiums.

The local shops / shopowners frequent our hotel for lunch and host workshops, along with that we also host afternoon tea for residents of Charlotte Straker Care Home and our proud of how much we work together with the community.

Guests have easy access to get to and from the town of Hexham via train / bus 

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Beautiful Landscape Image Of Sycamore Gap At Hadrian's Wall In N
HistORIC Sites

Corbridge is a perfect base to explore the history of Northumberland, with more castles, forts and pele towers than any other county in England and not forgetting the Roman megastructure of Hadrian’s Wall.

Milky Way above Fontburn Reservoir - Fontburn Reservoir in Northumberland is a popular place for fishing and walking seen her under the stars at night
Dark Sky Park

Located in on the edge of the Kielder Water & Forest Park, The Battlesteads Dark Sky Observatory, is an accessible, public astronomical observatory offering talks, activities, drop in sessions, stargazing and Astro courses.

NEWCASTLE, UK - JUNE 11, 2018 - View of the Tyne Bridge across the River Tyne with city buildings to the rear seen from the Gateshead side of the river, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, England, UK, Western Europe, June 11, 2018.
Explore the Local Area

Corbridge is situated 16 miles west of Newcastle and 4 miles east of Hexham. Villages nearby include Halton, Acomb, Aydon and Sandhoe. It is on the Tyne Valley Train Line and a bus route which will take you along sections of Hadrian’s wall.

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