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YHA Berwick: Staying in a former Granary!

I had a pleasant stay in this former granary overlooking the River Tweed in October 2012. The hostel was only opened in 2011 after serving as a granary between the 18th and 20th Centuries.<br/><br/>It cost me around 30 gbp (October 2012) for two nights for a dorm bed. I was impressed with the hostel and its facilities and I would stay in this hostel again on a future visit to Berwick. Please note check in is from 2.00pm and check out is at 10.00am.

A sustainable friendly hostel with its impressive facilities with its dormatories and rooms with its ensuite facilities. There is also a first class kitchen with its dining area and lounge (which has a TV, library and has board games).<br/><br/>There is a bistro which serves meals all day and, in addition, a courtyard, art gallery and conference facilties.<br/><br/>The building is connected to the quay through the town wall's tunnel. It's a short walk to a lot of the town's attractions and the side street leading the hostel is one of the pictures Lowry painted.

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  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Budget Travel
  • Written October 4, 2012
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The Old Vicarage, Tweedmouth: Lovely place to stay in Berwick

I hate to ruin this for myself but I think such a nice B&amp;B deserves wider mention. Ruth &amp; Maurice do a fine job of making you feel welcome in this Victorian vicarage set on a quiet street. They have good en-suite facilities, a fridge out in the hallway, and serve delicious breakfasts! If you like porridge (oatmeal), do not miss their version of it – with whiskey!

The cakes thoughtfully provided by our tea cups in the room when we came back from a day's outing were a special touch.<br/>10 minutes walk over the bridge to Berwick town centre.

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  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Romantic Travel and Honeymoons, Seniors, Women's Travel
  • Written June 8, 2006

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Berwick Holiday Park: Caravan Park

I stayed here some years ago before moving to the town and thought it was a good base for being close to the town and exploring the surrounding area. The other large Caravan Park at Haggerston is probably in a nicer setting but 8 miles from the town and has the dissadvantage of not being next to the beach.

Close to town, convenient for railway station. Close to small beach(better one at Spittal)All usual amenities for families/children, swimming pool .

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  • Written November 4, 2004

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