Holiday cottages in Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland self catering accommodationTOWER HOUSE COTTAGE
Tower Road,
Tweedmouth,
Berwick-upon-Tweed,
Northumberland
TD15 2BD

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Sleeps: 2.
Sorry no pets.
No Smoking.

Low season £290 pw.
High season £385 pw.

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For further details please contact:

Mr or Mrs Thomas
Tel: 01289 307314
Last minute vacancies during weeks starting:
23 Aug, 30 Aug


PHOTO: VIEW FROM COTTAGE WINDOWS

Tower House Cottage is situated a few yards from the banks of the Tweed. From the windows are stunning views of the river, bridges and the historic fortified walled-town of Berwick. This 18th Century Cottage, within the grounds of a fine Georgian house, provides a comfortable, quiet and very private base from which to explore the region. Ten minutes of easy walking across the bridges will take you to Berwick's town centre where there are bars, restaurants, galleries, museums and the Maltings Art Centre for music and films; as well local beaches, the pier and riverside walks. And not to be missed, the splendid walk around the complete Elizabethan Town Walls.

The location is perfect for all who enjoy walking, birdwatching, fishing, horse-riding and artistic pursuits, and for those who simply value beautiful and uncrowded coast and countryside. Northumberland National Park and the Cheviot Hills; the Tweed valley with its gracious country houses and ancient abbeys; and unspoilt coastlines to the North and South are all within easy reach.

A few miles to the south lies Lindisfarne, the birthplace of Christianity in Britain, and the Farne Islands, famous for seabirds and seal colonies. The coast has vast expanses of empty beaches, some overlooked by the great castles which can be found throughout the area, such as Bamburgh and Warkworth. The county town of Alnwick, with its Castle and famous Garden, is a 30 minute car drive to the South.

From the town, regular buses operate to the Border towns and coastal and inland villages. Trains run northbound to Edinburgh and southbound to Newcastle, each only 45mins. away. After visiting the sites, visitors can relax and enjoy the large sunny seclude garden and even the pottery workshop by simply stepping out of the door.

Ground Floor: Living Room/Kitchen  
  • Well appointed living space with comfortable seating.
  • TV, DVD player, radio and CD player.
  • Wi Fi available.
  • Well equipped kitchen and dining area.
  • Cooker, oven and microwave, Fridge with freezer box.
  • Washing machine and tumble dryer.
  • Access to sunny, stone-flagged patio with a victorian Coalbrookdale bench.
  • Access to large garden.
First Floor: Bedroom and Bathroom  
  • Large bedroom with double bed, spacious wardrobe and dressing table.
  • Bedlinen provided.
  • Luxury bathroom with wc.,vanity unit with wash basin and large shower.
  • Bath sheets and towels provided.
Electric night-storage and panel heaters provided throughout.
Private parking in walled garden.
 
Last minute vacancies during weeks starting:
23 Aug, 30 Aug



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 TOWER HOUSE COTTAGE
Tower Road,
Tweedmouth,
Berwick-upon-Tweed,
Northumberland
TD15 2BD

__________________

Sleeps: 2.
Sorry no pets.
No Smoking.

Low season £290 pw.
High season £385 pw.

__________________

For further details please contact:

Mr or Mrs Thomas
Tel: 01289 307314
Last minute vacancies during weeks:
23 Aug, 30 Aug
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PHOTO: VIEW FROM COTTAGE WINDOWS

Tower House Cottage is situated a few yards from the banks of the Tweed. From the windows are stunning views of the river, bridges and the historic fortified walled-town of Berwick. This 18th Century Cottage, within the grounds of a fine Georgian house, provides a comfortable, quiet and very private base from which to explore the region. Ten minutes of easy walking across the bridges will take you to Berwick's town centre where there are bars, restaurants, galleries, museums and the Maltings Art Centre for music and films; as well local beaches, the pier and riverside walks. And not to be missed, the splendid walk around the complete Elizabethan Town Walls.

The location is perfect for all who enjoy walking, birdwatching, fishing, horse-riding and artistic pursuits, and for those who simply value beautiful and uncrowded coast and countryside. Northumberland National Park and the Cheviot Hills; the Tweed valley with its gracious country houses and ancient abbeys; and unspoilt coastlines to the North and South are all within easy reach.

A few miles to the south lies Lindisfarne, the birthplace of Christianity in Britain, and the Farne Islands, famous for seabirds and seal colonies. The coast has vast expanses of empty beaches, some overlooked by the great castles which can be found throughout the area, such as Bamburgh and Warkworth. The county town of Alnwick, with its Castle and famous Garden, is a 30 minute car drive to the South.

From the town, regular buses operate to the Border towns and coastal and inland villages. Trains run northbound to Edinburgh and southbound to Newcastle, each only 45mins. away. After visiting the sites, visitors can relax and enjoy the large sunny seclude garden and even the pottery workshop by simply stepping out of the door.

Ground Floor: Living Room/Kitchen    First Floor: Bedroom and Bathroom    Electric night-storage and panel heaters provided throughout.
Private parking in walled garden.
 



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