In our cosy 'Turner Room' restaurant you can discover for yourself why we have a growing reputation for excellent dining. All meals are freshly prepared to order by the Chef Proprietors Alan & Pam,using only the finest local ingredients such as Scottish beef and lamb or fish freshly landed at Eyemouth. We also provide meals in the 'Spence Room' which is slightly smaller than our main restaurant but for small parties of up to 15 it provides some privacy.
The Craw Inn is an attractive listed building built in the early 18th century with a beer garden to the rear. The Inn has been completely refurbished but the old charm still survives and theatmosphere is welcoming and informal. The Inn has three guest bedrooms, all with private modern facilities. It is located in the Scottish Borders just 1½ miles from the A1.
When you are a guest at a large party and the venue doesn't 'quite' get it right its easy to say "oh well, its just one of those things"! Not the case at the Collingwood who were flawless on thenight. Pre dinner drinks in the lounge and a chance to meet up with friiends not seen for some years followed by a su.
Our Ballroom will be fully dressed for a wedding and our Dickson Room for a ceremony. Enjoy canapés and fizz on arrival, show-round our Ballroom, function suites, lounge and bedrooms. We've got everyaspect of your special day covered, at our Open Day you will also have the opportunity to meet a select group of local wedding suppliers.
The town of Berwick-upon-Tweed complements everything that is special about Northumbria and the Scottish Borders. With wide open spaces, superb scenery, a breathtaking coastline and majestic castlesthere are many reminders to its visitors that this is an area with many historical connections to the past, well named the "Cradle of Christianity". This is a ‘land for all seasons' with a vibrant and colorful calendar of events to entertain all year round.
As a central Berwick upon Tweed hotel, when you decide to stay in The Cobbled Yard Hotel, you'll be surrounded by more than a century of history. Reports state that the hotel in Berwick has beenstanding since the late 1890s. Regardless of whether you stay in one of the comfortable rooms for a night or two, eat in the splendid restaurant or enjoy a drink in the bar, you'll certainly get a feel of the history of The Cobbled Yard Hotel.
The more recent and fully intact Ramparts were originally commissioned by Queen Elizabeth I around the year 1558, designed to keep out the Scottish raiding parties who frequently sought to take thetown for their own. There are routes of varying length and difficulty throughout the Scottish Borders, suited to amateurs and veterans alike.
It is a wonderful base for walking, riding, golf and fishing. Also, ther sandy beaches and popular towns of Berwick upon Tweed and Alnwick are half an hours drive away. The inn is fully licensed andserves good homemade food, every lunchtime and evening, in the restaurant or in the bar areas.
Holy Island is accessed from the mainland via a tidal causeway which floods daily, cutting the island off. Lindisfarne is an area of outstanding natural beauty and is steeped in religious and culturalheritage. Lindisfarne has been a centre for Christianity since AD635 and there are many religious sites to visit such as "The Church of St. Mary", "St.
The Blue Bell Hotel is ideally situated for exploring the wonders under the sea. Northumberland diving is world-renowned for its crystal clear waters, abundant marine life and fascinating wrecks.Centred around the Farne Islands, Lindisfarne and St Abbs just along the coast in Berwickshire, the area is first class for novices and professional divers alike. Eyemouth and St Abbs are historic fishing ports on the Berwickshire coast famous for their rugged cliffs and perfectly clear waters.