Large Holiday Accommodation in Belford with Parking & Enclosed Garden

What to Expect

A superb three-floor end terrace holiday in a quaint village with a market square that plays host to a variety of pubs and shops.

Close to the border of Scotland, the Northumberland Heritage Coast is not far away either. The property not only has a tiered rear garden with a lawn and a patio for furniture, but the main bedroom on the second floor also has a balcony with a table for six.

The area surrounding Belford is full of surprises, from taking lessons on how to fly on a broomstick in an ancient castle, wild goat spotting in the Cheviots, to a pilgrimage to the Holy Island of Lindisfarne.

At A Glance

End terrace
Across three floors
Separate wings
Balcony with views
Enclosed garden
Off-road parking for 2 cars


Gas hob
Washing machine
Shop & pub 2mins walk

About The Berwick

This well-appointed end terrace home is over three floors and has separate wings for its three bedrooms that sleep six. The main bedroom is king-sized and on the second floor, it has double doors leading out onto a large balcony with stunning views and comes equipped for alfresco dining.

There is a double with an en suite shower, a twin and a bathroom with a tub and walk-in shower on the first floor. The open plan living area has a bespoke kitchen with a gas hob, washing machine and dishwasher and the sitting room has a built-in coal effect fire.
Doors from the dining area lead to a tiered lawned garden with a sunken patio with furniture.

Map of Area

Things To Do in Belford

This charming village is tucked away inland, not far from the coast, about five miles from Bamburgh Beach, and just a short drive into the Northumberland National Park. The village has a close-knit, welcoming community and offers independent shops, inns and restaurants. The dog-friendly Salmon Inn’s own Sling Yer Hook ale from the nearby VIP Brewery has to be sampled, perhaps accompanied by a fresh crab cake or black pudding stack. It has a jukebox, darts’ board, pool table and shows all major sporting events, and hosts regular live music and karaoke evenings.

Just outside Belford is Sunnyhills Farm Shop with a deli where you can buy BBQ packs, Scotch eggs, pork pies and cheeses such as Cuddy’s Cave, Admiral Collingwood and Berwick Edge from Doddington Dairy. Most of the produce is organic and you can even have a full English breakfast here and the ice-cream parlour is hard to resist on a hot day.

For keen hikers, there is a 10.5-mile figure of eight walk from Belford that returns via St Cuthbert’s Cave, where the monks of Lindisfarne reputedly brought the saint’s body to in AD875 following a Viking raid on Holy Island. It is a scenic walk with tracks through meadows and plantations, woodland and up hills such as Copsey and Greensheen. Birdwatchers are in seventh heaven near Waren Mill and Budle Bay with thousands of wildfowl on the tidal lagoon.

Forget about using your car because there is a regular bus service from Belford to Bamburgh, renowned for its stretch of golden sands and Seahouses. You can choose a cruise to the Farne Islands on a customised boat that regularly sails from the harbour.

Last Word

Belford might be off the beaten track, but the village and its scenic surroundings give visitors here plenty to do. You can drive half an hour to provide your family or group of friends with a fun day out on the Hethpool for some wild goat spotting. The route is just over two miles and takes in the dramatic waterfall on the College Burn and returning along St Cuthbert’ Way where, at specific vantage points, you’ll see the Cheviot goats on the hillsides in the distance.

This location means that one day it’s exploring the countryside, and the other enjoying the stunning coastline with its good water quality and miles and miles of sand quite often overlooked by majestic castles. There is kayaking on the estuary and surfing in. the waves at Bamburgh and if it’s not a beach-weather day, then you can climb up to the castle for refreshments at the café and a wander around this vast fortress that has stood guard high up on a craggy outcrop for 1,400 years.

The Berwick is a retreat that promises rest and relaxation. Its contemporary interior’s light and airy spaces provide that extra special touch to enhance your stay in this beautiful location.

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The Berwick
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