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Tillmouth Park Country House Hotel
Berwick-upon-Tweed
Northumberland

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Here is a Country House Hotel nestling within the Scottish Borders, midway between Edinburgh and Newcastle that, although a short drive from the A1, is a place far removed from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Tillmouth Park is a place of great natural beauty, a place of peace and serenity, a place of romance and above all, a place where you can relax, be comfortable and feel warmly welcomed. Surrounded by landscaped grounds and natural woodland, home to deer, squirrels, rabbits and a number of rare birds, the hotel offers elegant bedrooms with wonderful views, a baronial galleried main hall with comfy sofas and roaring log fires to enjoy a warming drink plus great food showcasing the finest local produce. It is said that an atmosphere of timeless elegance descends upon guests arriving at Tillmouth Park and time slips away to a bygone era symbolised by rich wood panelling, beautiful paintings, antiques and ornate stained glass windows. Whatever your reason for considering a stay: a holiday, a romantic break, a wedding, a business get-together or just breaking your journey between Scotland and England, Tillmouth Park will relax and refresh you.

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