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Reviews - The Dyvels Inn

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Station Road, , , Corbridge, NE45 5AY
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.
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Guest Reviews Based on 8 reviews
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75% recommended this accommodation to a friend 87% would stay again
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gino the best
Very comfortable. Only stayed one night but couldn't have been looked after better.
The breakfasts are great.

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mark B

From Pocklington,York, UK
Who stayed in November 2014

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We stayed the last Sunday / Monday in October. Arrived about 5pm, no-one had picked up the booking so we were not expected. No problem, no-one else staying there! However no food available after 4pm and the kitchen would be closed all day Monday. The place had an out of season feel to it, but not reflected in the price. A pity really because we liked the pub and its location, but never got to use it as it was closed each night before 10. Fortunately we liked Corbridge, a pleasant 10 minute walk away, and had two superb meals at the Black Bull, where they were packed out both nights.
Breakfast was OK, a fairly standard fry up, no choice was offered, but the coffee was the worst I've had for a long time. We are used to much better standards and value in the Lake District pubs we regularly visit. On this occasion we did not feel like we were in a pub at all.
The best feature was the spacious double bedroom and ensuite bath with plenty of hot water, but once again let down by a small TV with power cable and aeriel coming from opposite sides of the room. No surprise to find the signal was poor and finally went altogether on the second night.

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M Hanson

From Stockport, UK
Who stayed in October 2014

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Friendly and cosy stopover
Used the accomodation for a single night stopover, very friendly staff and excellent food, room was a little basic but clean. Would definitely use it again

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M Hennessey

From Elgin, UK
Who stayed in October 2014

Travelling alone

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Well recommended
Lovely little inn, food good, choice of beers and malts good, really friendly and welcoming atmosphere, friendly locals, I would highly recommend the Dyvels inn and am looking forward to returning next month. Nothing is any trouble for host Gino and his nice staff.

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Douglas M

From UK
Who stayed in September 2014

Travelling alone

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Lovely country pub
Nice spacious clean room and lovely staff

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Glenda Smith

From Lytham St Annes, UK
Who stayed in September 2014

Family with teenage children

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Corbridge Festival goer
Very charming and obliging owner/manager. The room was a little basic especially for a woman in that there were no Toiletries/Shampoo/Tissues and no Hair Dryer in the room. He very kindly gave us tea making equipment, although he had experienced a previous customer who had made a carpet very dirty, and coffee cup rings on the chest or bedside table. Tea making is really essential these days, and in order to avoid problems as experienced he might re-think the furniture. A painted or Formica surface somewhat larger than in the room at present. More drawers might be a good idea too.
Not really a complaint-just trying to make things work better!

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Christopher Howell

From Banbury, UK
Who stayed in July 2014

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Lovely place to stay
The Dyvels Inn is a lovely place to stay on the outskirts of Corbridge, Not far from Coria the Roman town and not far from Hadrians Wall. Gino and his staff were great. If you needed anything you only had to ask and they fetched/did it for you. Breakfast was scrummy and Gino was happy to cook whatever you wanted (within reason of course) And dinner was scrummy too. Quiet at night too apart from the odd owl hoot. :) definitely gets 5 stars from me

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Wendy T

From Nuneaton, UK
Who stayed in June 2014

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Good location just out of the town, but still within easy walking distance, also just two minutes walk from the train station.
Excellent breakfast (best quality black pudding I have had for a long time !), Also had an evening meal there which was equally good.
Room was clean and linen fresh, but bathroom was a little dated.

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Mick M

From UK
Who stayed in June 2014

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