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Played in my 3 piece band Akin Bones last friday as part of the festival. Lovely little place - pele tower converted to micro brewery and pub. Lovely welcome and friendly customers - even applauded our music making. Will be back soon.
This is an amazing venue, quirky, small, inviting and the hosts are very friendly. There is a great choice of beers and everything else you could ever want. Friday nights with live music are very good, the stairs are steep up into the main room...More
I live in a village not far from here, but never thought of visiting. So glad I did today. The barkeep was brilliant. Aside from his flowing white locks and outstanding goatee, he knew his beer.
I chose a citrus beer, while my missus wanted...More
Really impressed with this lovely and unique micro pub.
The building is 700years old but has been adapted into a micro pub brilliantly.
Staff are really freindly and nothing is too much bother.
They explain the history of the building and advise on other areas...More
Visited historic Corbridge, as we were about to leave noticed “The Pele Tower” lovely building and asked the male staff if we could have a peak in. He said we needed to purchase a drink first. My partner explained we didn’t have time but we...More
I went in here with a dog and an exuberant 6 year old and the staff could not have been nicer or more welcoming. Beer was amazing, toilet was really lovely with really nice toiletries! Very chatty patrons. Unusual wooden chairs, really cool but totally...More
This is a must visit bar on a visit to Corbridge.
This unusual tower which as home to the Vicar of Corbridge until the 17th century is now adapted as a unique micro pub.
There is not a lot of room but good quality real...More
The beers were great although only 4 were available, and the barman was very welcoming. For me the highlight was the location. The bar is on the ground floor but seating is available on 2 upper floors of this 1300's Pele Tower (a square defensive...More
I was visiting Corbridge with family and friends to go to a bookshop, and this tiny, amazing pub was opposite, so we had to try it! They had a good choice of craft beers. We sat outside at barrel tables, since the weather was warm....More