Whyteside House is a family run bed and breakfast where a warm welcome and comfortable stay is assured.
Three bedrooms are available, comprising a family room with double and single beds and space for a foldaway bed, a double room, and a further double room.
All have been recently refurbished and have en suite facilities and further benefit from flat screen TV with over 50 available channels.
Additional in-room features include complimentary toiletries, thermostatic radiators, alarm clock, window shutters and tea and coffee making facilities, all bedrooms at the font of the house have been fitted with double glazing.
In addition to providing ample opportunities to experience some of the rich culture and history of Berwick upon Tweed, Whyteside House is perfectly placed to explore the wider delights of the Northumberland coast and the inland areas of Northumberland National Park.
Stretching almost 100 miles south from the border with Scotland the coastline in its entirety has been designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, offering a diverse array of natural environments and a wealth of sights, attractions and activities.
The most notable of these near to Berwick are Bamburgh Castle, the Holy Isle, and charming historic coastal villages and towns such as Coldingham and Eyemouth.
Exploring the many castles and fortresses in the area is a popular way to spend leisure time. Bamburgh Castle is perhaps the most famous historic attraction, built on a rocky outcrop and forming a stunning picture postcard backdrop to local beach and sea activities.
Rates: From £40 single occupancy.
From £75 per room per night based on 2 people sharing.
No smoking. Sorry, no pets.
On street parking - residential parking permits provided.
Award winning B&B.