Four North Road Berwick upon Tweed - FOUR NORTH ROAD, BERWICK UPON TWEED
Four North Road B&B - Quality accommodation in spacious Victorian house. Flat screen tvs in all rooms, hairdryers and drinks tray.
Each of our bedrooms has a flat screen television with teletext, hospitality tray, radio alarm clock and hairdryer. We have a choice of double, twin or single rooms with either en suite or private bathroom. We also provide a bedroom browser with a wealth of information to help you plan your stay and maybe tempt you to stay a while longer!
Breakfast starts with a good selection of cereals, porriage or fruit compote and yoghurt, followed by a choice of cooked dishes with unlimited supply of toast and freshly ground coffee or selection of teas, home made marmalade, jams and local honey.Your room will be available any time after 4pm, but arrangements can be made should you wish to arrive earlier. Checkout on the day of departure is 10am. For everyone's comfort we are totally non-smoking.
Choice of double, twin or single rooms, all with private facilities. Excellent breakfasts served, including choice of cereals or porridge, fresh fruit, yoghurts, choice of fruit juice together with a freshly cooked full English breakfast or a vegetarian alternative. We have private off road parking, are near to railway station and have garaging for motor bikes and cycles. Berwick is an ideal base to visit coasts, castles and our wonderful countryside. A warm welcome and comfortable stay assured.
Berwick-upon-Tweed is England's most northernly town midway between Edinburgh and Newcastle and only two miles from the Scottish Borders. A walk around our Elizabethan Walls is a must and there is also a Lowry Trail which takes the visitor around Berwick, Tweedmouth and Spittal.
The coast and castle cycle way passes through Berwick and the Pennine Cycleway ends here. Why not let the train take the strain and have a day out in Edinburgh, only forty minutes.
North Northumberland and the Border Country are rich in history and natural beauty, many castles and stately homes, all within easy reach of Berwick. In the town itself Berwick offers lots of interesting places to visit and many lovely walks. A walk around the magnificent Elizabethan Walls is a must, they are complete, about one and a half miles around and are a great way of seeing around Berwick.
You can also see Lindisfarne Castle from them (on a good day). Walking the walls you will see the Barracks which houses the Kings Own Scottish Borders regimental museum, by-beat-of-drum, an exhibition of warfare by English Heritage and the Town Museum displaying exciting exhibits and also part of the Burrel Collection.
The 18th century Town Hall standing in the High Street offers guided tours of the Council Chambers and Cell Block Museum. Check the Maltings Art Centre for entertainment, a very varied programme, something to suit everyone and a cafe with rooftop views.
If you are feeling energetic, the Swan Centre for Leisure offers first class facilities for working out and there is a leisure pool with flume and wave machines. For golfers the 18 hole Magdalene Golf Course includes a few tricky shots from and over the sea.
Holy Island - Caste and Priory, check the tide table for safe crossing times.
Bamburgh - A really unspoilt village, with magnificent castle and beaches.
Seahouses - Boat trips run from the harbour to the Farne Islands.
Alnwick - Visit Alnwick Gardens, home of the Duke of Northumberland.
Wooler - Gateway to the Cheviots, lovely hills.
Kelso - A lovely market town, cobbled streets and Floors Castle.
Duns - Jim Clark Museum and Manderston House.
Coldstream - Hirsel Country Park & Craft Centre, and Craft Museum.
Eyemouth - A fishing village watch the fish auction or visit their museum.
St. Abbs Head - A haven for bird watchers, lovely clifftop walks.
Paxton House - Includes Art Gallery, restaurant and woodland walks.
Four North Road - Berwick upon Tweed - Northumberland