Culture lovers, school trips and groups will love staying at YHA Berwick – a fascinating building with a lean bigger than the Tower of Pisa! This hostel offers modern facilities in the heart of a historic town, boasting free Wi-Fi, plenty of space to socialise and an on-site working art gallery.
Berwick-upon-Tweed is ideal for study groups, offering the Lowry trail for art lovers and the historic Elizabethan Town Walls. The medieval town has a colourful past and the hostel can help arrange history walks, activities on the River Tweed, and group trips to the theatre. It’s perfect for beachcombing and exploring the landmarks of Northumberland and the Scottish borders too.
YHA Berwick offers great facilities for groups, including two meeting rooms with projectors, flip charts and screens. There’s group catering available, along with a licensed bar in our atmospheric Granary Bistro. How about a day out to Lindisfarne or a day in the town’s museums? You could even head north to Edinburgh or south to Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
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Learning Outside the Classroom
YHA is at the top of the class for educational visits. We have been awarded a
Learning Outside the Classroom (LOtC) Award at 74 of our Youth Hostels
across England and Wales.
For more information about the Learning Outside the Classroom Awards,
please visit the Learning Outside the Classroom website.
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How to get here
By car and coach: From the A1, follow signs for Berwick town centre. Head across the bridge and turn right onto Marygate, go down the hill and past the town hall clock tower. Turn right onto hide hill, then take the next right onto Bridge street. After about 100 yards you’ll see the hostel car park on your left.
On foot: From the train station, walk up the hill toward the castle hotel, turn right onto Castlegate. Follow the main road to Berwick Town which takes about 10 minutes. At the town hall clock tower, turn right on to Hide hill then right again on to Bridge street. Dewars Lane is about 100 yards down on the left, next to the Lowry trail marker.