Mansergh House

01289 302297
86 Church Street
Berwick upon Tweed
TD15 1DU
England’s northernmost town, Berwick-upon-Tweed, is steeped in the history of Northumberland. It’s a town with beautiful historic buildings and a sense of gentle pleasure. It’s here that you’ll find Mansergh House, a welcoming, charming upmarket bed and breakfast which has been awarded 4 stars by Visit England.

Like the town itself, Mansergh House also has a history. It was built in the mid 18th century, and is now a Grade II listed building. Many of the original Georgian features remain intact, and guests will appreciate the house’s mixture of historic richness with contemporary conveniences.

Rooms are spacious and well appointed, all with en-suite facilities. In-room, you’ll have conveniences like central heating, ironing facilities, hair dryer, alarm clock, TV with Freeview channels, and hospitality tray with tea and coffee.

To explore the beautiful Northumberland coast, or the town itself, a good breakfast will set you up with the strength you need. Enjoy breakfast in the bright, spacious dining room. And it’s a breakfast not to be missed. There are continental and Full English options, and tempting delights like kippers, Scottish smoked salmon, and home-made jams and marmalade. There is, for those who would prefer it, a vegetarian option.

It’s important to note that Mansergh House is for more mature guests, which means bookings for stag and hen parties will not be accepted. However, those who are in town to walk or cycle are more than welcome. There is a secure lock-up for bicycles, with drying facilities. Via a parking permit, guests will have no-charge residential parking in the designated areas.

For those who do walk, cycle or enjoy seeing the sights, there are numerous distractions in town and a little farther afield. You can not only see, but walk England’s only surviving Elizabethan ramparts. Head down the coast to Bamburgh, where you’ll have its legendary castle and one of Britain’s best golf courses.