Duke of Wellington

Inn in Stocksfield, Northumberland

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Duke of Wellington, Newton
Stocksfield
Northumberland
England
NE43 7UL

Duke of Wellington, Stocksfield

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The Duke of Wellington Inn is nestled in the Tyne valleys village of Newton just off the A69 near Corbridge, within easy access to Newcastle, Hadrian's Wall Country, Hexham and Northumberland National Park. The inn has recently reopened following an extensive refurbishment.

The new decor reflects the traditional country inn history but with a modern twist. Existing oak and stone has been enhanced with modern colours, furniture and fabrics. Lunches and dinners are served seven days a week in the bar and dining room.

The food provides traditional British comfort eating to an exceptional standard and makes use of local, seasonal ingredients. A comprehensive range of beers and ales compliments an extensive wine list. The inn experience continues with seven bedrooms providing a very high quality of luxury accommodation.

There is an internal cycle and golf club store along with a boot room for those visitors who favour a less relaxing country break. The outstanding views across the Tyne valley provide the ultimate conclusion to a visit to the Duke of Wellington which will stay with you long after you leave.

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From: £120.00

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Duke William of Normandy with an invasion force lands near Pevensey in Sussex

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