Parade School Guest House is located in the historic walled town of Berwick upon Tweed in Northumberland.
Situated in the hub of Berwick town centre, Parade School Guest House is within a stone’s throw of Berwick Barracks and the historical Elizabethan Town Walls,
which encircle the town and offer a very picturesque walk.
We are close to all local amenities and make an ideal base for exploring our unique and unspoilt county of Northumberland and its stretch of stunning coastline,
as well as for discovering the Scottish Borders and East Lothian.
Berwick upon Tweed is a short journey, by train or car, to/from Newcastle upon Tyne and Edinburgh (Scotland’s capital city), and is also a short distance from the Scottish Borders.
Things to See and Do...
- Berwick Barracks
- Stroll around the Elizabethan Town Walls
- Chain Bridge Honey Farm
- Norham Castle
- Ford and Etal Estates
- Bamburgh Castle and Beach
- Holy Island
- Alnwick Castle and Gardens
- The Hirsel Country Park
- St Abbs Head
- Museum of Flight (East Fortune)
- Edinburgh (Castle, The Dungeon and much more. In the month of August Edinburgh hosts the Edinburgh International Festival and The Edinburgh Festival Fringe)
Links to Useful Websites
Explore the town by taking a Virtual Walk. Discover our specialist stores, restaurants, hotels and visitor attractions.
Local Information, Accommodation, Churches/Retreats. Lindisfarne Mead, Bookshop, Lindisfarne Centre.
Northumberland, also called Northumbria is often referred to as 'The Best Kept Secret' in England.
The Farne Islands lie two to three miles off the coast between the fishing village of Seahouses and the Castle of Bamburgh.
Northumberland, a magical place filled with ancient castles, golden sand beaches, rolling hills.
Alnwick Castle, majestic medieval castle. Also used for the filming of Harry Potter, Elizabeth, Becket and Blackadder.
Scottish Borders Heritage website, includes picture galleries of local heritage sites, with knowledge of local attractions.
Acres of fascinating plants, water sculptures, the infamous Poison Garden and one of the world's largest wooden tree houses.
With over 40 miles of magnificent coastline, golden beaches, rolling countryside, spectacular cliffs, award-winning tourist attractions.
The Centre for Life in Newcastle upon Tyne is a science village to promote advancement of the life sciences.
A great local attraction, with Bees, beeswax and other beeswax products and a fabulous collection of vintage vehicles.
The Country Park is part of the Hirsel Estate which has been in the ownership of the Home family since 1611.
Lying in the valley of the River Till, the communities of Ford, Etal, Branxton, Milfield and Crookham have so much to offer.
East Lothian is one of Scotland's best golf regions with 22 courses offering choice to golfers of all standards and tastes.
Excellent golf coarse situated six miles south of Berwick upon Tweed.
The hangars are packed with aircraft revealing how flight developed from the Wright brothers to Concorde.
Situated on the banks of the river Tweed, Paxton House is a hidden gem.
Enter the tropical rainforest paradise and discover… Tropical Rainstorm, Fish Feeding, Animal Handling.
Free visitor centre, Coffee shop and restaurant. Gift shop, Education room and conference facilities. Outdoor walks and trails to explore.
Explore the heart of this mighty, world famous icon.
Ancient Royal Royal Seat of the Kings of Northumbria, 20 miles south of Berwick upon Tweed, this is a wonderful Castle to visit.
Chillingly famous horror attraction in the heart of Edinburgh.