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Black Bull Inn, Main street, Lowick, Berwick-upon-Tweed, TD15 2UA
WE HAVE JUST BEEN AWARDED TRIP ADVISOR'S CERTIFICATE OF EXCELLENCE FOR 2013 The Black Bull Inn lies at the western end of the agricutural village of Lowick, which has been awarded a gold rating ' Lowick in bloom'. Nestling between the Holy Island of Lindisfarne and the Cheviot hills, the Inn provides a superb location for visiting the Northumbrian coast, Lindisfarne, the Scottish borders and the Cheviots. Within easy travelling distance is Bamburgh, the ancient capital of Northumbria and Seahouses, a coastal village from where you may take trips to visit the birds and seal colonies of the Farne islands. The ancient border town of Berwick with its medieval ramparts is a short drive away and offers all main services. Travel in any northerly direction from the Inn and within a short while you will be into Scotland. Edinburgh is just over an hours journey to the north and Newcastle the same distance to the south. N.B. The Inn is closed between 2.30pm and 5.30pm daily.
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80% recommended this accommodation to a friend 80% would stay again
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Great place
Excellent choice,great and big room. Very comfy bed. Clean bathroom with fresh towels.The pub serves great food as well.The village is located very close to A1 and the pub very easy to find. I would stay there again. Great value for money.

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Kate K

From Goole, UK
Who stayed in May 2014

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good food,good service,,good value,,slightly quirky in a good way,,we loved it

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T Storey

From UK
Who stayed in May 2014

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Bathroom was a little 'tired' - could do with an updated shower. The breakfast was all fried - not good for the arteries. Beds very hard

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E Clark

From UK
Who stayed in June 2013

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Was very friendly from walking in were made to feel welcome we har just a snack which was lovely rooms were warm and comfortable then we had evening meal in bistro which was lovely and well worth money would definitely go back

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janice ranson

From washington, UK
Who stayed in April 2013

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A Gem of a hotel/B&B
The Black Bull is a fantastic pub/hotel. Our room was extensive, comfy and warm and had everything you could want and more , including full sized shampoo and shower gel. The food was fabulous with plenty of choice and was cooked to perfection. The breakfast was delicious and enough to keep you going most of the day until dinner. The staff were friendly and pleasant and Geoff one of the owners was funny, helpful and knowledgeable. He had an uncanny knack of knowing places/things you would like to see just by looking at you. He knew the area very well and could recommend lots and lots of things to keep you entertained. It was easy to find and get to and was in the perfect place for a stop off if going to Scotland or whilst enjoying the delights of Northumbria. I would not hesitate to recommend this to anyone who wants a quiet, quaint or out of the way stop off or break. They even have a quirky little gift shop with some essentials as well as some gifts and knicknacks.

Reviewed by
Kerry Lewis

From Northampton, UK
Who stayed in March 2013

Couple

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