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Castle Vale House
Railway Street
Berwick-upon-Tweed
Northumberland

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Welcome to our family home at Castle Vale House. This delightful and secluded property built in the 1850s is 100 yards from the main line railway station and has its own beautiful garden with spectacular views of the River Tweed. It also has private offroad parking for several cars. It is the perfect place to start your holiday and discover Berwick and the surroundings by foot or car or public transport. Berwick is steeped in history and in our grounds we have part of the only remaining tower from Berwick's thirteenth century castle.

The house nestles high above the river bank right next to Stephenson's famous Royal Border Bridge with its monumental 28 arches. The town centre is only ten minutes' walk away, but please note there is a steep drive from the house up to the main road. Or take a twenty minute stroll to the town using the scenic path along the riverside. This takes you through a sheltered cool wooded vale and nearly a hundred steps down to the river. There are numerous lovely walks only moments away by the sea, golf course or around the town walls.

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