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 Wheatsheaf Hotel, Corbridge is a fully refurbished gem, nestling in the heart of the popular Roman town of Corbridge. Towards the eastern end of the Tyne Valley, Corbridge is famous for its individual boutique-style shopping and its charming streets and buildings.
The six bedrooms at The Wheatsheaf Hotel, Corbridge offer some of the most luxurious accommodation in the area. Re-opened in March 2009, they have been completely refurbished to a very high standard.
All bedrooms are equipped with digital Freeview flatscreen televisions, telephones and tea and coffee making facilities. The bedrooms have been finished off with Corbridge artwork from well-known local artist Eddie Tibbs.
Each room is individually decorated with colour schemes running through walls, window dressings and bed covers. Some rooms have lovely views of the Tyne Valley, whilst others have a view of the historic Roman village of Corbridge.
Your experience of a visit to The Wheatsheaf Hotel starts with a warm welcome by one of our front of house team. A quick check-in and we will carry your bags to your room where we will show you how everything works. If you want us to, we will then be right back with a jug of cold fresh milk and some warm homemade (yes, on the premises!) shortbread for you to enjoy a well-earned cup of tea after your journey. If a pint is more your thing then we have a wide range available at the bar, including three real ales, at least one of which will always be a local brew.
The Wheatsheaf Hotel has by far and away the best car parking facilities in Corbridge. Easy access from the road into a secure barrier controlled car park.
A wealth of activities is available to you during your stay at The Wheatsheaf.
Corbridge itself is renowned for its boutiques, arts and crafts, jewellers, antiques and furniture, food shops and much, much more. The 17th century bridge, roman sites and fascinating architecture will keep all non-shoppers interested. After a few hours in Corbridge, why not pop back to The Wheatsheaf for afternoon tea?