Local businesses where you will find food made from ingredients sourced from the area around the mouth of the Tweed:-
Barn at Beal,Beal Farm, near Holy Island
Tel: 01289 540044
Coffee shop and restaurant serving the best of local produce. From coffee & cake to a three- course meal with wine. Spectacular views of Lindisfarne and the Northumberland coast.
Open: Monday-Sunday 09:30-18:00 (16:00 out of season). Evening dining: Friday and Saturday 18:00-23:00 (all year).
Chain Bridge Honey Farm Bus Cafe,Horncliffe, Berwick-upon-Tweed
Tel: 01289 382362
To round off your visit to the Honey Farm Visitor Centre, take tea in the café situated in a double decker bus! Goodies available include honey flapjack, honey sponge, heather honey oaties and superb heather honey ice cream made by Doddington Dairy.
Heatherslaw Tearoom,Heatherslaw Corn-mill, Ford and Etal Estates
Tel: 01890 820737
Situated over two floors in the old granary at Heatherslaw Cornmill, this traditional tearoom offers simple, good old-fashioned home cooking accompanied with a warm Northumbrian welcome. Choose from a selection of freshly made sandwiches, homemade soup, scones baked fresh on site every morning, a slice of cake like Grandma used to make and more besides!
Lavender Tea Rooms,Etal Village, Cornhill on Tweed
Tel: 01890 820777
Local specialities include Border Tart and “Singin Hinnies” and home-made lavender cake.
Open: All year round for morning coffee, light lunches, afternoon teas and cakes.
Oxford Farm Shop & Tea Rooms, near Ancroft, Berwick-upon-Tweed
el: 01289 387253
Lunches and teas featuring home baking and own preserves made on the premises.
Open: Tuesday-Sunday 10:00-17:00.
Plough Inn. Allerdean, Berwick-upon-Tweed
Tel: 01289 397206
Tasty selection of meat, seafood and vegetarian options and a varied daily specials board, using ingredients sourced locally and cooked fresh.
Open: Tuesday 18.00-20.85; Wednesday 12.00-14.00 & 18.00-20.45;Thursday & Friday 18.00-20.45; Saturday & Sunday from 12.00. Closed on Monday (except Bank Holidays).