The 'Private Suite' for 2-4 persons includes stylish and comfortable double and twin bedrooms, a large shower room and a cosy and relaxing breakfast room with table and chairs and kitchen area, all overlooking the river. Breakfasts are substantial and 'self-serve' for flexibility. (Cooked breakfasts are available on request) The Suite is ideal for couples, friends and families.
The 'Studio', for 2 persons, is a spacious room with a large en-suite bathroom (bath and shower), kingsize double bed, table and chairs and kitchen area stocked with a generous self-serve breakfast for flexibility. (Cooked breakfasts are available on request). The ground floor location and separate entrance provide easy access. The Studio is ideal for couples.
This unspoiled and uncrowded area is one of England's best kept secrets and the Mill has been a witness to its dramatic and colourful history back to the Middle Ages with links further back to Roman and Anglo-Saxon times.
Dilston Mill is in a secluded but convenient position. It is only one mile from Corbridge and two from Hexham. These charming and historic towns with Roman remains and ancient churches also offer excellent dining and other amenities, including a theatre, cinema, swimming pool and country park. Dilston Mill is set in an area of outstanding natural beauty with a rich heritage from the Romans of Hadrian’s Wall to medieval castles, bastles and pele towers of the untamed 17th century Reivers and classic country houses and gardens.
Dilston Mill’s location and atmosphere provide a special experience: a slow bed and breakfast with peace, quiet and low key use of resources. Dilston Mill has been in tune with current ‘Green’ practices long before they became popularly promoted. The Mill is located on a public footpath, linking to local countryside walks. Close to the bus and train as well, you also have the option of going out and about while leaving the car behind.
The Mill is also close to all modern sporting (golf, fishing, watersports, pony trekking, cycling, walking) and leisure amenities and the vibrant entertainments, nightlife and shopping of Newcastle, Gateshead and the Metrocentre. In addition, the world heritage site of Durham Cathedral and Castle, Beamish outdoor museum, Kielder lake, coastal beaches, hills, moorland and the Scottish borders are all within easy reach on modern, often uncrowded, roads. And if you venture off the main roads, you will probably have the place to yourself!
Bookings made online for same day arrivals must contact us first by telephone or email before confirming the booking to ensure we are available at short notice NO flooding here.. Everybody welcome!
Activities and Experiences
Art galleries & museums
Antiques & fairs
Shopping - boutique
Shopping - outlet
till 18:30 Early check-in available on request
Late check-out available on request
Bed and Breakfast
Booking Terms and Conditions
Roadfrom A1(16.0 miles)
Leave the A1 following signs for A69 toward Hexham. At Styford Roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Newcastle Rd/B6530 heading to Corbridge, Continue to follow B6530. . Turn left at Princes St/B6321
Continue to follow B6321, At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit and stay on B6321, Slight right at A695, Turn left, Destination will be on the right.