The Manor House

01289 381016
Fenwick
Berwick-upon-Tweed
TD15 2PQ
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Lynn and Steve welcome discerning visitors to The Manor House. Located in the charming hamlet of Fenwick in northern Northumberland, The Manor House is close enough to the beautiful heritage coast that you can even see Holy Island from one of its rooms. The English Tourist Board has awarded this delightful bed and breakfast four stars and a coveted Silver Award.

The house itself dates from 1755, built from large stone, and retains its period charm. There are three superb rooms from which to choose. The largest is The Bluebell Room, which has ample space to sleep a family. It has one double and one single bed, as well as the space for another single bed if it’s required. The Bluebell Room has an en-suite shower.

At the top of the house, with a view of Holy Island in the distance, is The Priory Room. It too has an en-suite shower, and is suitable for a couple with its double bed.

The Primrose Room has twin beds, as well as an en-suite shower. All rooms have TV with DVD player, a hospitality tray, and appealing extras like fresh flowers, sweets and bottled water. Guests are welcome to make use of the in-house DVD library.

Relax in The Manor House’s lounge, which has a TV with digital channels, as well as many board games.

Breakfast is served in the bright, beautiful dining room, and it’s a real treat to start your day The Manor House way. Start with fresh juice, cereal, fruit, yoghurt, grapefruit and prunes, and then graduate to a freshly cooked full English. Expect everything to made from the finest locally sourced produce, including the bacon and sausages. There are other options for the main course, from Scottish smoked kippers, to smoked salmon with scrambled eggs. Save room for some toast with famous Chain Bridge Heather Honey or a homemade preserve. Vegetarians are catered for.

It’s good to know that two or three course evening meals are available, as are packed lunches. Please let the establishment know in advance and a menu can be provided.

Whether visiting to golf, to enjoy the natural beauty, perhaps to walk or cycle, to see sites like Alnwick and Bamburgh Castles or simply to cast a line and wait for the fish to bite, The Manor House is close to all that makes Northumberland England’s most appealing county.