Looking for a way to spoil your other half (and yourself) this Valentine's Day? Visit Berwick-upon-Tweed and experience the true romance of the North...
If you have another hour to wander the town; the Riverside walk to the castle ruins, followed by a detour through Castle Parks is highly recommended, with beautiful views of the River Tweed as you climb back up into town. Alternatively, follow in L.S.Lowry's footsteps on the Lowry Trail.
Afterwards a delicious evening meal of locally sourced produce in one of our many restaurants (booking highly advised over Valentine's weekend) should be followed by a short walk to view the stunning Royal Border Bridge (pictured by David Sanderson) illuminated in pink and red lights for this special Valentine's night. A beautiful backdrop for a proposal perhaps?
Make your stay into a short break and explore Berwick's little shops and attractions in the wider area - call Berwick Tourist Information centre for details. And don't forget to pop into the Tourist Information centre for a souvenir of your visit or a gift for those you left at home!
Call Berwick Tourist Information Centre to help book accommodation, or for any other information you need to make the most of your visit to Berwick-upon-Tweed, Tel: 01670 622155
The Maltings Theatre & Cinema is the premier performing and media arts venue for North Northumberland and the Scottish Borders.
Discover Castle Vale Park and Coronation Park on either side of the railway station, where recent investment from Heritage Lottery Fund and Big Lottery has reinvigorated these two little gems.
Berwick is the most Northerly town in England, famous for its Elizabethan Walls, three iconic bridges, thriving culture scene, wildlife and beaches. The Tourist Information is in the heart of the town.