The Cheviot - Berwick Upon Tweed

Occupancy: 6 guests
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2

The Cheviot is one of five caravans in the grounds of the Plough on the Hill Inn, with stunning views across the gorgeous Northumbrian countryside. Just 3 miles from Berwick upon Tweed where you can take a walk round the historic town and soak up the beautiful surrounding area, or take a trip over to Holy Island and visit Lindisfarne Castle.

It's ideally placed to explore North Northumberland and everything it has to offer, including castles, boat trips, country walks and quaint little Northumbrian Villages.

It sleeps 6 in three bedrooms, 1 double (en-suite toilet) and 2 twin. There is one bathroom (1 x family with shower & 1 en-suite toilet only) and a bright and airy living area. The kitchen is fully stocked with everything you need for a home away from home holiday.

The views are amazing here, in a tranquil and peaceful part of Northumberland. Bring your family including your dogs, or have a secluded break away with a group of friends.

Change over days are Monday and Friday, but if you are looking for a different arrival or departure give us a call on 01670 432300.

Property Type: Holiday Home

Location: Northumberland

General:  Linen and Towels provided

Kitchen: Oven and Hob, Microwave, Kettle, Fridge freezer, Ironing board and iron

Dining: Table and Chairs for 4 people

Living: Central Heating and additional Fire, large flat screen TV with Freeview Channels, DVD player

Bedrooms:  2 - 1 x double with en-suite toilet, 1 x twin

Bathrooms: Family bathroom and en-suite toilet

Suitability:  Children Welcome, same sex groups, families

Pets: 2 dogs welcome to stay for a small fee

Outside:  Parking for one Car,  Additional Parking on site and free of charge



The Holiday Home is not far from Berwick upon Tweed, a historical town on the border of Scotland and England. There are wonderful places to explore including beautiful golden sandy beaches, boat trips to the Farne Islands, a trip over to Holy Island and the amazing castles and ancient monuments that are scattered up and down the coast of Northumberland.