West Ord Holiday Cottages

01289305788
West Ord Farm
Berwick-upon-Tweed
TD15 2XQ
Offer a choice of six holiday cottages that can cater for peaceful holidays for two or bring families together, each with the privacy of their own cottage.

The cottages are all situated on our beautifully located 470 acre farm on the banks of the River Tweed.

Close to the historic town of Berwick upon Tweed, and some of the most beautiful of the Northumbrian beaches.

Old fishing cottages tastefully upgraded and modernised, or converted farm cottages in a similar style: the cottages are full of character and offer the best of country living.

Excellent walks and abundant wildlife (otters, badgers, deer and a fantastic range of birdlife) all on the farm.

We have an all weather tennis court, and our own stretch of fishing on the Tweed.

Close to Holy Island & the beautiful Northumbrian coast, Alnwick Castle & Gardens, the Cheviot Hills, and all of the many lovely Scottish Borders towns.

Take a day trip to Edinburgh or Newcastle easy to do on the train from Berwick.

When the weather gets colder, put a log on the fire and curl up in our cosy cottages with a good book!

Accommodation is as follows:


Shepherds cottage also accommodating 6 persons,
Two riverside cottages sleeping 5 and 4 respectively,
A row of 3 terraced cottages lodging 5, 4 and 2.

As can be seen from the pictures the fixtures and fittings are of a high standard and very worthy of the 4 star rating awarded by VisitBritain.

Cottage prices are quoted on a per week basis for Saturday to Saturday stays and range from as little as £270 for the smaller to £775; for the largest cottage during peak summer months. Shorter breaks are available in the low season from September through April and occasionally due to cancellations.

Facilities:

Good pubs/restaurants nearby
Lots of tourist information supplied in all our cottages
Two cottages are more accessible for the disabled
Local car hire available
Please have a look at our web site www.westordcottages.co.uk
Please enquire direct to:

Carol Lang