Whether you’re travelling to Northumberland and the Borders for business or pleasure, with family or friends, you’ll find Whyteside House bed and breakfast in Berwick-upon-Tweed both conveniently located, and very comfortable.
Located just moments from the mainline east coast railway station in Berwick Upon Tweed, Whyteside House is ideal for travellers coming directly from London, which is just three and a half hours away. Edinburgh and Newcastle are also served on this fast mainline route, which can be attained in approximately one hour. The superb service at Whyteside House extends to a convenient luggage pickup service for guests arriving at the station. Equally close to the Bed and breakfast is the coach and bus station in central Berwick, which serves Northumberland, and the Borders with regular services to all the local towns. Guests without cars can also use the excellent local taxi services, thus enjoying to the full all the attractions of the local area.
Guests take pleasure in the great welcome and convivial atmosphere of this charismatic family run, family friendly bed and breakfast. Whyteside House is a 4 star accommodation; you can rest assured that your stay will be both comfortable and hospitable. It is this commitment to providing first class accommodation and exceptional service which draws guests back time and time again from around the world to discover this stunning, tranquil and beautiful corner of England.
Each of the lovingly styled and beautifully appointed rooms in Whyteside House have en-suite facilities. Naturally after a good nights sleep a hearty Northumbrian home cooked breakfast awaits you. Then it’s off to discover all the town of Berwick and surrounding area have to offer.
Stay at Whyteside House and you’ll find yourself in the heart of a historic town which has much to offer guests. Situated close to the shops, restaurants, cafes, and other amenities, the B&B is just a short stroll from the unique Elizabethan fortifications, town walls, and leisure facilities. A favourite holiday destination of the Mancunian figurative painter L.S. Lowry, Berwick has a prominent position on the mouth of the River Tweed, and lies close to the border between England and Scotland just two miles away.
The region is full of historic marvels, such as prominent and richly appointed country estates, charismatic castles, and areas of outstanding natural beauty. Loose yourself in the charm and majesty of Alnwick Castle and Gardens, Bamburgh Castle, or Lindisfarne Castle on Holy Island. Sports enthusiasts will love the local golf courses, which have both amazing panoramic views and challenging play. Anglers can enjoy the famous waters of the Tweed and its tributaries, which are well stocked with Salmon and trout. See our Out & About page for more information on Berwick golf course, and local attractions.