If you are looking for a conveniently located hotel and B and B in Berwick-upon-Tweed, The Cobbled Yard Hotel can offer you everything you need. We are just one minute away from the main thoroughfare of Berwick-upon-Tweed and we are ideally placed to visit all kinds of destinations in Northumberland.
There is no doubt that The Cobbled Yard Hotel provides an excellent base for anyone wishing to explore Northumberland and Berwick-upon-Tweed in more detail. The hotel itself offers an interesting view on the history of the area. We are also 50 minutes from Edinburgh OR Newcastle - the perfect base to stay when visiting the SummerTyne Festival, and Edinburgh Festival this year!
The Cobbled Yard also provides an easy base from which to explore the rest of the area. And with so many attractions and places of interest to go and see, it is no wonder so many people decide to come here for a day or two – or longer. So whether you are a fan of castles or you simply want to wander along miles of sensational beaches in the area, be sure to book into The Cobbled Yard Hotel to start your holiday in the best possible way.
If you choose to stay in The Cobbled Yard Hotel you will find it quick and easy to visit some of the most famous castles in Britain:
But even if castles don’t appeal to you, you can still enjoy a thrilling time exploring the local area around Berwick-upon-Tweed. There are plenty of family friendly activities to enjoy, such as:
We’ve got plenty to keep you amused if you’re feeling active and you want to wear the kids out as well! If you don’t have kids to worry about you can try your golf swing on one of the local golf courses. Alternatively there are plenty of local walks that will get you out in the fresh air and exploring everything the area has to offer.
The local beaches are ideal for exploring, bird watching and seeing how many crabs the kids can find. Be sure to take a bucket – you never know what you’ll see next!
The coast line around Northumberland is famous for the number of amazingly unspoilt beaches it has to offer. The welcoming village of Craster is definitely worth a look, since it offers its famous kippers and a charming coastal footpath. In fact if you’re feeling energetic you can reach Dunstanburgh Castle from here – just follow the footpath from the coast until you see the ruins looming up in front of you. It’s a great way to wear out the kids and to show them a castle that was once even more majestic than it is now.