Berwick upon Tweed, Northumberland, Seaside town

Check-in Time: 16:00
Check-out Time: 10:00

Outside Description

One private parking space and on-street parking in front of the house. Balcony off the top floor living area. Communal garden area with seating at the back of the house.

Downstairs Description

The ground floor has one bedroom with versatile zip and link beds, which can be made into a twin or superking, a double wardrobe and sea views. Please let us know how you will like this bed made up otherwise it will be presented as found. It also has an ensuite with bath and separate shower.

Utility/cloak room with sink, washer/dryer and room to hang coats.

Entrance hallway.

First Floor Description

The first floor has two bedrooms - a master bedroom with king size bed, sea views, small wardrobe and ensuite shower, and a second bedroom with super king size bed, double wardrobe and sea views. There is also a separate family shower room.

Second Floor Description

Open plan living/dining/kitchen area with balcony overlooking the bay with stunning sea views

Windows Views Description

The view overlooks the estuary of the River Tweed with further uninterrupted views towards Bamburgh Castle and Holy Island on a clear day.

Other Notes

As a three storey contemporary house, the house has many stairs, so may not be appropriate for those who are less mobile.

The secret garden is accessed via a stairway through the communal foyer of the building and a bit of a hike (worth it though, for the views alone).

The private parking space is right by the side wall of the house and is tight if you have a large car, in which case you may prefer to leave your car on the street outside the house.

Ocean Lookout
Child Friendly: Children are most welcome at this property but there are no special facilities for them. A cot and highchair are available on request
Enclosed Garden/Patio
Tourist Attractions:
  • The Lowry Trail: Walk in the footsteps of painter Lowry who holidayed here and painted cobbled streets and seaside scenes from around the town. The three-hour trail includes interpretation boards where you can see Lowry’s work as you are looking at the real-life scene. Visit website
  • Berwick Town: Berwick has a number of great activities on its doorstep from exploring the Elizabethan Town Walls and Stephenson’s viaduct bridge to discovering one of the prettiest streets in Britain, Ravensdowne. Visit website
  • Holy Island: Only accessible at low tide, Holy Island is known as a place of pilgrimage. It marks the end of St Cuthbert’s Way – a long walking route signposted by wooden poles in the sand from the mainland out to the island. Highlights include Lindisfarne Castle and Lindisfarne Priory. Visit website
  • Bamburgh Castle: The position of Bamburgh Castle makes it one of the most breathtaking places to visit. Set on the rocky plateau above Bamburgh beach, it has far-reaching sea views and provides a dramatic back drop to the beach. Visit website
Eating and Drinking:
  • The Royal Garden : A popular Chinese restaurant where you can dine in or takeaway. Visit website
  • Magna Tandoori: An Indian restaurant voted one of the best places for curry in the UK. Visit website
Food Stores:
  • Food Heaven: If you are visiting one of our wonderful holiday cottages your food will be delivered by Food Heaven just before you arrive and put away, so you can relax as soon as you step in through the door. Visit website
  • Tesco: Online ordering and delivery. Located in Berwick. Visit website
Sporting Attractions and Activities:
  • Horseriding: There are a number of stables in and around Berwick. We recommend Kimmerston. Visit website
  • Goswick Golf Club: The Goswick Links Course in Berwick has views out to sea of Holy Island to the south of Bamburgh Castle. Today’s Golfer magazine dubbed this Open Qualifying Course a ‘hidden gem’, which is open 365 days a year. Visit website