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Beal is based on the crossroads where a lane runs down from the A1 towards Holy Island and the 125 mph trains ply between Edinburgh and the south.
There is a hotel and a post office. You might need to look for accommodation here if you have not managed to coincide with the tides for the crossing to Lindisfarne. The Newcastle-Berwick bus service stops here, which might be useful for your homeward journey.
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The Lindisfarne Inn stands on the site of the Old Plough Hotel at Beal, Northumberland. Our traditional Country Inn has undergone a complete refurbishment and has now been extended into a property with a Bar, Restaurant and Lodge consisting of 21 bedrooms.
The Lindisfarne Inn provides 1st class accommodation, making it the perfect retreat whether you're traveling on business, walking St. Cuthbert's Way or somewhere to unwind for a meal in our fine Restaurant and Bar. Located just on the A1 at the junction leading to Holy Island.
Distance from path: On route
4 single ensuite rooms
10 double ensuite rooms
10 twin ensuite rooms
1 family ensuite room
Last updated: 7/6/2016
Beal Berwick Upon Tweed TS15 2PL
Property type: B & B Accreditations: 4 Stars Silver
Quality Bed & Breakfast accommodation on a beautiful coastal spot overlooking Holy Island in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and of Special Scientific Interest.
The premises are old stone buildings which formed part of the original farm steading. One was a smiddy, one a cow byre and the cart shed has been split into two units. The fifth was formerly a garage and is slightly smaller than the others but boasts a beautiful view of the sea. One of the cart sheds has been specifically built to suit people with accessibility needs but they are all on the ground floor and there is an access ramp to the Dining Room in the farmhouse where breakfasts are served.
Please book evening meals in advance.
A delightful 200 year old farmhouse with walled garden, peacefully situated just off the Holy Island Road. Thus is the first and last accomodation on the mainland for Holy Island and the St Cuthbert's Way. All the rooms are comfortably furnished, some with antique furniture. The original window seats and shuters still feature, looking over the scenic country view in all directions. The heated rooms are each fully equipped with TV, hospitality trays, radios and hair dryers. A selection of videos is availiable on requst in the downstairs guestroom. Located just over a mile from the A1 makes us an ideal base for any holiday.
Location and supplementary information[view map] Follow signs to Beal, and from there take Holy Island Road. The farmhouse is just off this road, about a mile and a half off the St Cuthbert's way Trail. Pick-up available from Fenwick or Causeway.
Distance from path: 1.5 miles
OS reference: 060436