The Lindisfarne Inn

Berwick upon Tweed, Northumberland
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    Type Pub B&B
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    Bedrooms 21
  • From £65 per room per night

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Near to the causeway leading to the Holy Island of Lindisfarne, The Lindisfarne Inn is perfectly positioned to explore the delights of Northumberland and the Scottish Borders.

Enjoy great food, free Wi-Fi, ample parking, comfortable accommodation and unbeatable value at this cosy coaching inn. A great range and choice of food is served all day from 8am to 9pm.

The 21 modern, lodge-style en suite rooms are located in the inn's former stable block alongside the main building, perfect for guests to come and go as they please - ideal for bird watchers, walkers, golfers and those keen to catch the tide for Holy Island.

All are double glazed with central heating and have colour TVs, a well-stocked tea and coffee tray while a complimentary full Northumberland breakfast is included in our room rate. Wi-Fi is accessible in the main bar area.

Their two-storey accommodation comes in a choice of king size double, twin, single and family rooms. They have purpose built disabled rooms with an adjoining door for carers if required. Our accommodation is AA three-star rated.

Guest check in is from 2.30pm and check out is by 10.30am.

They operate a non-smoking policy in all of our bedrooms, bar and dining area. Designated outdoor smoking areas are available. Breach of our smoking policy incurs a £100 fine.

The area surrounding The Lindisfarne Inn is packed full of things to do and places to visit. You’ll find rugged countryside, miles of beaches and a wealth of sporting attractions for walking, cycling and golfing fans. The famous walking routes St. Oswald’s Way and St. Cuthbert’s Way pass close by, while the Inn is on the Sustrans Coast & Castles South route.

Bar and Dining

Enjoy hearty, cooked to order food, generous portions using local produce wherever possible. Choose from the seasonal menu offering a tempting variety of meat, poultry, fish and vegetarian dishes, pub favourites, children's dishes and their chef's signature dishes too. Look out for changing daily specials that give a flavour of Northumberland and Holy Island while on Sunday's enjoy our famed traditional roast. Please ask if you have any special requests or dietary requirements. They offer a selection of gluten free dishes, too.

They have a wide range of hot and cold soft drinks, a thoughtfully selected wine list as well as chilled lagers, beer, ciders and real ales. 

For more information and to book please click the purple button which leads directly to their website. 

Ratings

  • AA 3 Star
National Rating
AA
3 * rating
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    Double or Twin En-Suite 

    Double/Twin
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    Sleeps 2
  • From £89 per room per night
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The 21 modern, lodge-style en suite rooms are located in the inn's former stable block alongside the main building, perfect for guests to come and go as they please - ideal for bird watchers, walkers, golfers and those keen to catch the tide for Holy Island.

Single occupancy from £65. All rooms have:

• Tea & Coffee Tray
• Free Wi-Fi In The Bar Area
• TV
• Hair Dryer

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    Family Room En-Suite 

    Family
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    Sleeps 3
  • From £110 per room per night

They have a number of comfortable en-suite family rooms. All rooms have:

• Tea & Coffee Tray
• Free Wi-Fi In The Bar Area
• TV
• Hair Dryer 

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The Lindisfarne Inn Special Offers

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    Put your best foot forward with their all-new self-guided walking breaks at The Lindisfarne Inn. With Holy Island and the outstanding Northumberland coast on their doorstep, the Scottish Borders and Cheviot Hills nearby, let them be your guide and show you a selection of the best walks around the award-winning inn.

     

    Walk-Inn breaks include: A welcoming drink on arrival, two-course dinner, picnic, waterproofed O/S walking pack with 20 classic walks around The Lindisfarne Inn. For an additional £40 per person, per night on top of the standard bed and breakfast rates.

    Offer expires 01 November 2017, terms & conditions may apply.