Mirandas Guest House Bed & Breakfast Berwick upon Twed
Welcome to Mirandas Guest House, centrally located in the North Northumberland town of Berwick upon Tweed. This 9 bedroomed, family run guest house aims to provide comfortable and pleasant bed and breakfast accommodation at fantastic value for money. Please browse our site and feel free to contact us for further information.
Some rooms have en-suite - Colour TV - TV lounge - Tea & coffee making - Phone - Ironing - Hairdryer - Special diets catered for - Children welcome - Car parking - Completely no smoking - Credit cards accepted - Games room
Berwick Upon Tweed is a fine, handsome and once very wealthy town. Steeped in blood-soaked history, and fascinating to explore, it is built upon a peninsula at the mouth of the Tweed.
Historically a commercial town, it faces the river, rather than the sea. Three bridges connect it with Tweedmouth on the south side of the estuary: the low stone bridge with 15 arches of varying height and width, completed in 1634; the 1928 concrete span known as the `Royal Tweed,' and the railway's `Royal Border', with its 28 soaring arches, completed in 1850 and designed by Robert Stephenson.
The town is best seen from the Tweedmouth bank or the railway bridge. Tweedmouth itself holds a feast on the Sunday after 18th July honouring St Boisil, a Saxon holy Man to whom the present St Bartholomew's Church was dedicated at its founding in 1143. Today the `Salmon Queen's' coronation opens a week of events (well worth coinciding with).
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This page was last updated: 17 November 2012