Clovelly House is situated in the centre of Berwick-upon-Tweed, just minutes from railway station, bus stops and the A1 and is within 1 hours commute of Newcastle and Edinburgh airports. You may find these directions helpful.
By Car :From The North : Follow the A1 until you arrive at the "Morrisons" roundabout in Berwick, take the 2nd exit at this roundabout, then the 2nd exit at the next roundabout shortly after, passing McDonalds on your right. Follow this road passing Aldi, over the railway bridge, down into the town centre under the arch, you will now see the large town hall building, there are two mini roundabouts in town, keep on the same road through these, once you see Boots on your left hand side take the right hand road opposite and Clovelly House is 100 yards on your right.
By Car :From The South : Follow the A1 North until you arrive at a roundabout on the outskirts of Berwick, at this roundabout take the 2nd exit, and follow the road up and over a hill, you will see a leisure centre on your left and another roundabout, take the 2nd exit here also. Keep following the road, under the railway bridge, down past the Asda store on your right when you will reach another roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto the bridge, go straight over the bridge which will take you into the town centre, turn right at the roundabout in town, once you see Boots on your left hand side take the right hand road opposite and Clovelly House is 100 yards on your right.
By Car :From The West : Upon arriving into Berwick, take the A1 and go over the bridge crossing the River Tweed until you come to a roundabout which has several exits. At this roundabout, take the first left and follow the road to another roundabout. Take the first left at this roundabout also, and continue straight down the road, passing Tesco on your left. Follow the road until you arrive at another roundabout, go straight over the bridge which will take you into the town centre, turn right at the roundabout in town, once you see Boots on your left hand side take the right hand road opposite and Clovelly House is 100 yards on your right.
By Rail : Berwick is on the East Coast Main Line and is served by East Coast Trains and Cross Country Trains. Journeys from Newcastle and Edinburgh take approximately 45 minutes and to London is approximately 4 hours. On coming out of the station, follow the "By Car : From the North" directions above from the railway bridge instruction. For train times, please contact National Rail Enquiries on 0845 748 4950.
By Bus : The bus stop in Golden Square is approximately 500 metres from Clovelly House, once you get off the bus, walk past the O2 shop on the corner and take the first turning right into a small cobbled street, which is West Street. Clovelly House is on the right hand side, almost at the bottom. For bus times, please contact Bus Travel Line on 0871 200 2233.
Map : To help you further in finding us at Clovelly House, we have put together this map with illustrated directions, it is not exactly to scale and very unofficial, but we hope it can help.
BERWICK AND THE SURROUNDING AREA
Berwick-upon-Tweed stands right at the Northern most tip of Northumberland and has attracted many admirers, including Lancastrian painter L.S Lowry who was a huge fan of the town. Guests to Clovelly may explore the specially created Lowry trail.
Berwick is surrounded by the famous Elizabethian Walls. These can easily be reached from Clovelly House and afford some spectacular views over the wide estuary of the River Tweed, including Stephenson's famous viaduct bridge - hailed as one of the finest in the world - and which is now lit at dusk.
Visitors to the town walls can also enjoy The Berwick Museum and Art Gallery and The Gymnasium Gallery. Berwick Barracks and the Main Guard can also be reached from the Elizabethian Walls.
The celebrated Maltings Theatre and Cinema is, literally, about 150 yards away from Clovelly House. There is something on most evenings in the theatre or in the new Henry Travers studio, from professional or amateur acts to the latest blockbuster films.
If guests are lovers of gardens, castles and stately homes, then Berwick and the surrounding area has much to offer. On the English side, we have Bamburgh Castle with its beautiful beaches, Alnwick Castle with its Gardens and Dunstanburgh Castle near Craster. On the Scottish side we have Manderston House, Floors Castle, Tintagel House, Mellerstain House and Paxton House to name but a few.
The area around Berwick is breathtaking with many beautiful beaches and stunning countryside; perfect for outdoor activities, from golfing, fishing, walking and cycling to wildlife watching. The Holy Island of Lindisfarne with its fascinating beauty and history is a great favourite. There really is something for everyone in Berwick and the surrounding area - you will be spoilt for choice !