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Stayed in the area over the Spring Bank Holiday and ate at the Dipton Mill on both the Fri and Mon evenings. Food was superb on both occasions, fresh and home cooked that tasted great. Highly recommended *****
Recommended by a friend so next time we went to Hexham we went to Dipton Mill Inn. We had wonderful home cooked food by a delightful young lady and served by an equally friendly mature lady. Beside great food the Inn was a traditionally country...More
This is a nice little pub,with the smallest bar I’ve seen but that’s what makes it special lots of character unspoilt and in the nicest of spots beside the river ,there is parking opposite .they serve meals which looked very nice,and the lady who was...More
We parked at Dipton Mill and after a long and muddy walk to Whitley Mill arrived back at the pub dirty, tired and thirsty. Despite our late arrival we were welcomed and had a lovely light lunch, and beer from their micro brewery. We will...More
Well where do I start. Went for meal barman was too busy on phone to be attentive
Had to keep getting up to order drinks and to tell him we were ready for next course
The waitresses were very miserable and didn't seem to know...More
Called in just before closing time at 2.50 on a Sunday afternoon after a walk in the woods. Really nice pint of Northumberland Pale and a pack of Real crisps. A lovely welcome by the couple who run the place. Thank you for not rushing...More
Visited this lovely pub recently whilst out on a long walk to find only one or two other people inside - plus a rather surly landlady who told us our lovely friendly Spaniel wasn't welcome! On investigation I found a beer garden round the back...More
A real old-fashioned pub with old-fashioned home-cooked style food.
Lamb steak, steak pie and veggie peppers & beans all excellent.
Nice vegetables and gravy. All very filling. Didn't try any puds.
The service was very slow but the landlady admitted they were much busier than...More
Imagine the perfect rural pub for a lunchtime stop. The landlady was very friendly and highly knowledgable in the best choice from her selection of well kept local ales. Along with good quality food and all at surprisingly reasonable prices. Then pitch in the unpretentious...More
This is a small family run country pub that benefits from its own brewery on site. Its in a great location and the place oozes friendliness as soon as you walk through the door. Great staff Great beer and excellent home cooked food at great...More