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Located in Berwick-Upon-Tweed, in a building dating from 18th century, a 3-minute walk from The Maltings Theatre & Cinema, Queens Head Hotel has guestrooms with free WiFi. Owner's and all the staff gave maximum effort to provide the best service possible. Credit where credit is due, food, accommodation and service excellent.
The Castle Hotel is located in Berwick-Upon-Tweed, a 9-minute walk from The Maltings Theatre & Cinema. Guests can grab a bite to eat in the restaurant or a drink at the bar and free WiFi is available.... the bed and all the sheets towels were immaculate and the bathroom was absolutely lovely, the staff cheerful helpful and the breakfast excellent. We loved the bar, it was cheerful and inviting, had a great time, the location was supurb for us and would definitely recommend this place.
The Kings Arms Hotel is located on Hide Hill in the center of Berwick upon Tweed. An 18th-century hotel, it was once visited by Charles Dickens, Lewis Carol and The Beatles. Very nice, historical hotel in the middle of the town. The hotel is still privately run and owned which is clear by the way the hotel is run. Breakfast is good, the room was great, the bed comfortable.
Located within 14 miles of The Maltings Theatre & Cinema in Berwick-Upon-Tweed, Manor House provides a garden and a bar. Free WiFi is available. Fish and chips were amazing, lovely and quiet.
Eastwatch guest house is located in Berwick-Upon-Tweed, 0.9 mi from The Maltings Theater & Cinema. A hot tub is available for guests, along with a sauna. Free WiFi is included. Private pool and sauna, also hot tub outside if you brave the cold courtyard! The owner was welcoming and provided tea coffee, milk and bread etc to make your own breakfast inn the communal kitchen. The property was very clean and the beds very comfortable. Berwick is within walking distance and there is a lovely beach right in front of the property.
Mirandas Guest House is offering accommodations in Berwick-Upon-Tweed. The property is non-smoking throughout and is located a 4-minute walk from The Maltings Theatre & Cinema. Miranda’s is an old fashioned B&B similar to the ones I enjoyed staying at in years past. Host Robin is the friendliest and most helpful proprietor I’ve met on my current three week cycle trip around the UK. He runs a clean, comfortable ship and serves up an excellent breakfast as well. Most comfortable bed I’ve slept in over here. Exceptional value for the money! Thanks for everything, Robin! Pete Cyr
Featuring a garden, The Lookout, Berwick-upon-Tweed provides accommodations in Tweedmouth with free WiFi and sea views. Guests have a private patio.
Dock Road is located in Tweedmouth. The property has sea views. The vacation home comes with a TV and 3 bedrooms. The nearest airport is Newcastle Airport, 64 miles from the vacation home. Excellent location. Well thought out amenities within the house. Very comfortable beds.
Bede'S is located in Tweedmouth. The nearest airport is Newcastle Airport, 63 miles from the vacation home.
Aidens is located in Tweedmouth. Guests have access to free WiFi. The nearest airport is Newcastle Airport, 63 miles from the vacation home.
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On average, 3-star hotels in Berwick-Upon-Tweed cost $115 per night, and 4-star hotels in Berwick-Upon-Tweed are $87 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Berwick-Upon-Tweed can be found for $131 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
Berwick is a very pleasant town with many interesting nooks and crannies which you can explore at your own rate. There are some interesting individual shops. The riverside and quays are good to be on particularly when the tide is high.
A charming town with shed loads of history - a walk round the walls is recommended. Well worth a visit although accommodation prices seem a bit on the high side. Warning - many dining establishments stop serving early evening 8:30 - 9:00.
My highlights were:- the Pilgrim's walk to Lindisfarne and back with Shepherds Walks and the sheer beauty and tranquillity of the crossing and the Northumbrian countryside and Maisies Chocolate Parlour and Crêperie
This is an interesting border town that reflects its Scottish and English heritage in the mix of friendly people you meet. It is a living monument to history with the town core still full of historical buildings inside a monumental fortification wall.
Lovely scenic walks round the walls and coastal walks. Loads of pubs and restaurants to eat, as the town isn't so big everything is within walking distance, great to leave the car parked. Check out what is on at The Maltings, Enjoy.
Beautiful and charming old world seaside town, we will be going back for a second weekend soon. One weekend was not enough for a full exploration and we will be trying some of the local walks next time. Bring your camera too, plenty of good shots to be had. This is not a kiss-me-quick hat, candy floss and clubbing town. Most teenagers would find it somewhat dull. Smaller children will love the sandy beach and dipping in rock pools. The cafes we visited seemed small children friendly too. Some relaxing pubs and bars, the micro brewery has some great ales. Edinburgh and Gateshead (see Angel of the North) are with in easy car range. This was a 50+ couple chilling out for the weekend and we loved it, even though its a bit of a trek from Merseyside.
9.6 Exceptional 202 reviews
I liked the adjoining rooms we occupied with a shared en suite in between the 2 rooms. This was ideal for 3 adults but also good for a family. There is parking outside with permit supplied and location is right next to sea. It's 5 mins drive up to Berwick .I didn't use the pool or hot tub but it looked good. The decor was good in the rooms and very clean. It was quiet at night .
9.7 Exceptional 21 reviews
Very welcoming, greeted with tea, hot scones with jam and cream. Nothing was too much trouble. Hot water bottles or electric blankets in our bed. Breakfast was delicious, porridge with fresh fruits, followed by a full English made to order, accompanied by an organ recital. You don't get that at a bog standard hotel!
A great find. Property was right in the heart of Berwick, with fantastic views over the Quay Walls. Quiet, peaceful location, despite being in the town centre. Host could not have been any more welcoming. The property was beautifully presented & spotlessly clean. Will most definitely be staying here again.
9.1 Awesome 160 reviews
We had a lovely stay In a delightful historic house close to some interesting historical parts of Berwick-upon-Tweed. The room was very clean and comfortable and Suzanne was a friendly and helpful host.
8.6 Excellent 469 reviews
The hotel is right by the train station, the staff were friendly. The 3 course Sunday dinner was an absolute bargain - I could barely see the plate below the food.
8.1 Very Good 829 reviews
Great little place in Berwick-Upon-Tweed. Plenty of stores, restaurants, etc. nearby. Friendly staff and an overall classy feeling to the place.
9.6 Exceptional 51 reviews
Close to Holy Island, Berwick-upon-Tweed, Bamburgh, and Alnwick only 30 mins south. Comfortable rooms, good kitchen and living.
8.2 Very Good 208 reviews
The hosts were friendly & welcoming. The hotel was dated but was very clean & tidy. Breakfast wasn't too bad.
8.7 Excellent 393 reviews
The overal of this Hotel was amazing, loved the gardens and the dinner that we had was very nice.
9.2 Awesome 189 reviews
It was close to town centre and easy to travelling to Edinburgh from Berwick-upon-Tweed
9.9 Exceptional 193 reviews
Good peaceful central location and on the city wall, a main attraction of Berwick.
9.1 Awesome 196 reviews
Convenient location for train travellers and walkers. Staff were friendly, helpful and courteous. Comfortable bunk beds and super spacious functional shower. Glad of the cupboard lockers in the dorm, remember to bring your own padlock. Grateful for the fabulous kitchen and adjoining lounge area. Impressive granary building with superb views. My brother and I throughly enjoyed our one night stay at YHA Berwick upon Tweed and hope to stay again.
9.3 Awesome 297 reviews
Very personal service. Huge room overlooking Tweed and historic bridge. Right next to the remains of the medieval castle wall. Quality if furnishings was superb. Breakfast setting was in formal dining room overlooking garden. Great food and friendly team. Gave us lots of tips for restaurants and sights
9.0 Awesome 239 reviews
The people were very helpful, organized, and ready to help us with unexpected generosity. Great breakfast and lovely rooms. Thank you!
9.2 Awesome 129 reviews
very friendly reception, luxurious en-suite room, lovely conservatory with view of the garden for breakfast, place for my bicycle.
8.3 Very Good 97 reviews
Friendly hosts. Good breakfast. Good position. On site parking. Comfortable room.
10 Exceptional 48 reviews
Everything- great host - lovely accommodation beautiful area
8.6 Excellent 14 reviews
Lovely location! Great peaceful stay!
9.3 Awesome 29 reviews