New Year 2017/2018

THE BORDERS BANQUET

 
Spring Break

A fine country house set in its own grounds yet close to Berwick-upon-Tweed and the stunning Northumbrian coast, Marshall Meadows Hotel is the perfect spot for a relaxing spring break. Northumbria and the Scottish Borders is an area of Britain packed with historical significance and incredible natural beauty. If you’re prepared to brave the cold, exploring Lindisfarne and the beautiful market town of Berwick Upon Tweed is an amazing way to spend your spring break in Northumbria, before returning to the comfort of our hotel for well earned drinks and dinner.

Stay from £119 for a Classic Room and including:

      • A Spring Cream Tea for two.
      • A fabulous three-course dinner in our Restaurant
      • An overnight stay in a luxurious Classic Bedroom
      • A Full English breakfast to set you up for the day ahead

 

10% Off returning Guests

We offer 10% off to all returning guests here at Marshall Meadows. All you have to do is inform us of your previous visit during the booking procedure, this offer is available for guests who book direct only. Contact reception for more details.

 

Activity Breaks

Golfing

Marshall Meadows is situated in a perfect location for golfing breaks, Please contact reception for Group deals and rates.

There are three great courses all within easy driving distance of Marshall Meadows Hotel making this an ideal base for a golfing break. Eyemouth is the nearest and is a spectacular cliff tops links course. Inland lies the Hirsel at Coldstream in a beautiful woodland setting. Six miles to the South of Berwick is Goswick a challenging links course and open qualifier. Prices given below are for couples but there are discounts available for groups and societies.

The Eyemouth Challenge

Get your eye in with 9 holes on the first afternoon then enjoy dinner and a relaxing night at Marshall Meadows. After a Borders Breakfast brace yourself for 18 holes along the Berwickshire coastline including the Hawk Ness Monster-(654 yards off the back tee!). Price per person for 27 holes at Eyemouth Golf Course with soup and sandwiches, dinner bed & breakfast at Marshall Meadows twin occupancy £99 week days £104 weekend. ( Single supplement £20)

The Cross Border Classic

Stay 2 nights at Marshall Meadows and play all three of these great courses. We will arrange tee times for you at all three courses. The price for dinner bed and breakfast on both nights including all green fees £224 per person twin occupancy. ( single supplement £25) Visit all 3 courses on www.eyemouthgolfclub.co.uk www.goswicklinksgc.co.uk www.hirselgc.co.uk

Goswick Golf Club is a championship golf course in every sense of the word, is situated six miles south of the beautiful and historic town of Berwick upon Tweed, Northumberland, on the east side of the A1 and an hour from Newcastle and Edinburgh. This Northumberland golf course measures a mean 6,803 yards from the medal tees, is rarely affected by the weather and is playable all year round from dedicated tees to full greens.

Magdalene Fields is the first or last golf course in England depending on whether you are travelling north or south. The course is situated five minutes from the centre of the ancient town of Berwick upon Tweed.

Teeing up at the first hole you are just yards from the famous Elizabethan walls. By the time you reach the signature par three eighth hole (played over a cove) you have a wonderful view of the cliffs leading into Scotland. After the turn, from the tenth there is an equally stunning view of the Northumberland coast with Bamburgh and Holy Island castles clearly in view.

Fishing

The River Tweed is famous with anglers around the world for its salmon fishing. It also has an excellent run of sea trout and grayling. Marshall Meadows is excellently situated for the Bottom Tweed and its tributary the Whiteadder which can see good early runs of spring fish. The beats on the Lower Tweed are a little further but also just a short drive away. Fishing on the Tweed stretches from February right the way through to November.

 

Walks

Famous for its outstanding walks and views, discover England’s most tranquil county by setting off on one of many walking routes.

You can follow in the footsteps of the famous artist, L.S. Lowry who also visited Berwick frequently and as a result created over 30 paintings of the area. Or you may prefer a long distance stroll along the coastal path, stretching over 62 miles along sandy beaches, ancient castles and coastal villages.

Special Interest Rambling

The Northumberland coast is rightly famous for its inspiring walks and views. From Marshall Meadows you can venture South to Holy Island, Seahouses or Newton. Alternatively you can head inland and enjoy the many walks along the Tweed at Coldstream or Cornhill.

The Berwickshire Coastal Path

Marshall Meadows Hotel is situated on the spectacular Coastal Path that runs across the Scottish Border to link Berwick with the East Coast of Scotland. To the North you can walk to the beautiful harbour of Burnmouth, then on to Eyemouth, and, if this isnt enough on again to St Abbs. To the south it is under two hours to reach the bridge at Berwick, This famous Path is featured on the link http://walking.visitscotland.com/walks/southscotland/berwickshire-coastal