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40 Ravensdowne Guest House, Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland

40 Ravensdowne Guest House
40 Ravensdowne
Berwick-upon-Tweed
Northumberland

TD15 1DQ | View map

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Situated in the town centre on historic "Ravensdowne" you'll find our 4 Star Silver Georgian Townhouse dating back to 1760 a delightful place to stay. All amenities are close by and within easy walking distance from the Train and Bus Stations. The Elizabethan Fortified Walls are only a minutes walk, where you will find easy access to the sea and the magnificent coastal views.

We have four en-suite rooms that are decorated to a very high standard. All have new en-suite bathrooms, Digital TVs, Clock Radios, Hostess Trays, Hair dryers, and information packs packed with local history.

Our hearty breakfasts are personally selected using only the finest fresh produce available. We passionately believe in only sourcing our ingredients locally. Unlike many we serve a traditional Northumbrian Breakfast and also offer an evening meal service of traditional fayre from only £3.95 per person.

Our menu can be downloaded from our website. We always try to cater for your dietary requirements, Gluten Free, Coliac, Vegetarian and Continental all catered for on request.

Our great location means that we can offer Free Parking Permits. Free broadband internet access available in all rooms.Secure bike storage for cyclists. Sorry, children & pets cannot be accommodated. Smoking strictly not permitted anywhere in the building. All major credit & debit cards accepted.

If you wish to check availablity and book online then please visit our personal website.

Room prices per person
The Leslie Room: From £35 - £40
The Annison Room: From £32.50 - £37.50
The Stewart Rooms: From £30 - £35
The Harris Room: From £35 - £50

Spoil yourself and book our new Luxury Four Poster Double Room "The Leslie Room".

Things to note
Inspected and re-certified as a 4 Star Silver ward Guest House by Visit Britain in November 2009
Welcome Host credited December 2007. Northumberland Food Award 2008 / 2009
We are regarded as one of the best accommodation providers in the town centre. Our commitment to high levels of Quality, Value and Service is important to us.

Always assured of a friendly welcome, we look forward to making your stay with us a relaxed and happy one.

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Nearest Train Station: Berwick-upon-Tweed
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Ratings/Awards: Local Food & Local Produce North Northumberland (Food Award 2008 / 2009)
4 Star Silver Guest Accommodation (Awarded by Visit Britain December 2009)
Fire And Safety Inspected (Certified March 2009)
Welcome Host Credited (Awarded November 2007)
Members of Federation of Small Busineses (2009)
Number of Rooms: 4
Number Ensuite: 4

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Facilities

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Parking - Free permit for street
Children Welcome
Evening Meal Provided
Special Diets Catered For -Vegetarian, Gluten Free diets catered for
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
Open All Year - Closed christmas
Tourist Board Inspected
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Sample Menu:

Fruit Juice
Northumberland Muesli
Wide selection of Popular Cereals
Grapefruit Segments
Fresh Prunes
Yoghurt (on request)
Fresh Fruit (on request)
or
Traditional Scottish Porridge

Followed By:
Full Northumbrian Breakfast
Pork & Apple Sausages
Free-range Northumberland Bacon
Tomato or Baked Beans
Mushrooms
Egg - Fried, Scrambled, Poached, or Boiled
or
Eyemouth Kippers

Followed by
Toast and preserves (selection)
Pot of Tea or Ground Coffee
(Fruit Teas, Earl Grey, Green Teas & decaff coffee etc all available on request)

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