There is also an hourly train service from Edinburgh and Newcastle.
By road, Berwick lies just off the A1, 57 miles south of Edinburgh and 63 miles north of Newcastle, both of which have airports.
Most of the establishments mentioned offer fine dining and The Meadow House, a traditional English pub just a few miles outside the town, offers home-cooked food made from local produce whenever possible.
The borough’s “neutral” status caused all sorts of difficulty, and Berwick was often referred to separately in 19th-century diplomatic documents.
With exhibits covering all aspects of beekeeping and honey production, the farm is informative for youngsters and adults alike.These fortifications replaced the wall built on the orders of Edward II in the early 1300s to keep out the invading Scots.Little remains of the 14th-century fortifications, but the replacement walls, built in the 1550s during the reign of Elizabeth I, are the most complete example left today.The most complete example of an early fortified border town, Berwick is an outstanding attraction on its own, but its position as the most northerly English town also makes it an excellent center for touring Northumberland as well as the Tweed Valley and the Scottish Border abbeys and towns.Berwick is on the main east coast rail line between London and Edinburgh and most trains stop here.As late as 1855, a history of Northumberland described Berwick as “not considered to belong to either country, but to be a neutral town in the Kingdom of Great Britain.” Even now, Berwick has a bit of an identity crisis.