A ground floor courtyard holiday apartment a few minutes walk from the centre of Berwick-Upon-Tweed, with easy access to shops, cafes, pubs, the beach and other attractions. The Smoke Room dates from 1780 and is full of character. It sleeps up to three people in one bedroom with space for a cot. Despite its central location, it is wonderfully peaceful. Guests can walk, cycle, fish, play golf, and sightsee to their heart's content. The walk around Berwick's historic walls gives views across the estuary, sea and up the Tweed, while the Northumberland National Park is only half an hour's drive. 10 miles south of Berwick, Holy Island or Lindisfarne is accessible by causeway at low tide.
In a superb location by the sea, this self catering holiday cottage is only a stone's throw from miles of golden sands with magnificent views overlooking Holy Island. Ideal for a family holiday and a perfect base for exploring Northumberland's stunning Heritage Coastline, as well as the Cheviot Hills and the Scottish Borders.