Bed and Breakfast, Berwick Upon Tweed B&B
Whyteside House bed and breakfast Berwick Upon Tweed is a Victorian establishment with many original features, such as a beautiful oak panelled staircase and the décor throughout is of the very highest standard in keeping with the style and character of the property.
These classic features and environments are enhanced with all the aspects and amenities desired from contemporary travellers, together presenting first class Berwick bed and breakfast accommodation.
Earning four stars and silver award status from the English tourist board, Whyteside House is the ideal option for couples and families looking to spend some time enjoying the town and exploring the wider Northumberland area.
Three bedrooms are available, comprising a family room with double and single beds and space for a foldaway bed, a double room, also with additional space for a fold down bed, 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.
Tariff for accommodation in high season for a family room is £35 per night for an adult, £15 for the first child and £10 for the second. Double room prices are £30 to £35 per adult per night.
Prices may vary according to time of year, contact Whyteside House for the latest pricing information.
"Couldn't ask for more!!!! Perfect little B & B!"
Andy and Tony, Winchester
"Cracking place, cracking owner, cracking time!!!"
Mr and Mrs Kindo - Lossiemouth and Skipton
"Absolutely pristine - 'Whyteside?' More like Whitehouse! Fit for a president to stay in."
M Hayward - Normanton
"Very friendly, warm welcome. Excellent accommodation, beautifully decorated and lovely food."
Liz and Phil Grainger - Milton Keynes
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.
Around 10 miles north from this point is Lindisfarne Castle, situated on the Holy Isle, one of England's most prized ancient sights of pilgrimage and a beautiful place to explore, and south of Bamburgh is Dunstanburgh Castle. The colourful and often turbulent history of the area is a major draw for visitors and there are many Northumberland towns with their own fascinating stories to tell.
Just along the coast, some 8 miles north of Berwick is Eyemouth, a popular and historic fishing port with a lovely original harbour. The annual Herring Queen Festival is the highlight of the cultural calendar and there are some great local fish and seafood dishes to enjoy at any time.
There are many popular villages nearby too, including St. Abbs, Burnmouth, and Coldingham, the site of an Abbey as far back as AD 660.
Needless to say there are many additional activities associated with the natural splendour of the coast and countryside and a selection of local activities and attractions is displayed within the guest rooms of Whyteside House.