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Located at Northfield Farm as you approach St Abbs and adjacent to the NTS Visitor Centre and craft shops.

The coffee shop is open most days between Easter and early October, usually from 10 until five.

All cakes, tray bakes etc are home baked on the premises. Soups and salads are made fresh on the day.

The launch point for walking St Abbs nature reserve with a good host and very good tasty treats.

Meals and treats made to melt in your mouth and warm the heart.

Northfield Farm Cottages,
TD14 5QF.

Tel: 01890 771707


Becks Training Ltd. Deneholme House. Sweethope Adventure.

Deneholme House a characterful Edwardian manor, which sits on the outskirts of Allendale in the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and only a few miles away from Hadrians Wall country and the Coast-to-Coast cycle route. Deneholme is also within easy reach of Langley Dam with a travelling distance of 5 minutes and Sweethope only 35 minutes away.

There is a minimum group size for exclusive use of Deneholme of 15 guests - accommodation is up to 36 guests.

Renowned for exquisite catering, and an unmistakable ambience complimented by its mature woodland surroundings and newly refurbished bedrooms, Deneholme is a highly motivating setting for teambuilding and away-day activities.

We are very excited to announce that BECKS Training Limited has formed a sister company: Sweethope Adventure Limited, one of the oldest trout fisheries in the North East and the only Lough style fishing experience outside Scotland.

Visit for more details!

Becks Training Ltd.
Deneholme, The Dene, Allendale, Hexham, Northumberland, NE47 9PX
Office: 01434 618579
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The Collingwood Arms takes its name from the local merchant family which owned it up until 1955.
There are strong ties with Northumberlands 19th Century naval hero, Vice Admiral Cuthbert Collingwood, who served under Nelson around the time the hotel was built, as a former coaching inn linking Edinburgh with the south, centuries of Borders visitors have followed the well-trodden path to its door.
In 2007, the Collingwood Arms Hotel received a 21st century makeover.
The Collingwood Arms Hotel offers 15 rooms, the ideal base for exploring the unrivalled landscapes and discovering the fascinating stories of the people and places of north Northumberland and the Scottish Borders, ideal for fishermen, walkers & golfers.
Many of our guests come to cast for a salmon from the mighty River Tweed, which passes only yards from our door. Others come to enjoy the magnificent Northumberland Coast, or the wilds of the Cheviot Hills.
Our new fishing rod room and dog kennels are now available for our guests.
The Collingwood Arms Hotel,
Main Street,
TD12 4UH.

Tel: 01890 882424



Recieve a warm Scottish welcome at the Wheatsheaf in Berwickshire. Situated near Berwick-upon-Tweed, Coldstream, Duns and Kelso. Open seven days a week.
The Wheatsheaf offers a friendly and attentive service with first class food using fresh seafood from Eyemouth harbour just 12 miles away, Scottish Borders beef, lamb and organic pork from local traditional butchers, fresh fruit and vegetables from local growers, it also has an extensive wine cellar and collection of Single Scotch Malt Whisky.
Cosy, country accommodation with 10 bedrooms that offer superior ensuite facilities and comfortable furnishing for guests to relax in.
There is a ground floor bedroom for disabled access, complete with wet room and appropriate hand rail fittings for wheelchair-bound guests.
The Wheatsheaf is ideally situated for some of the best Rainbow, Brown, Sea Trout and Salmon fishing in the Scottish Borders. Excellent sea fishing can also be had off the east coast of Berwickshire.
The Wheatsheaf is the ideal base to discover the beautiful Scottish Borders.
For More Info Contact:-
The Wheatsheaf,
TD11 3JJ,
Tel Reservations:- 01890 860 257
Fax:- 01890 860 688



Built in 1747, this stone-built Hotel and Restaurant is friendly and family run, it has a cosy open fire for the colder times and a lovely walled beer-garden for those sunny days.

With excellent bar meals and an a la carte menu available, using fresh,local produce, there is also a wide range of cask and bottled beers and a good choice of wines available.
Traditional roast dinners featuring locally reared beef, lamb and pork are available every Sunday in the Carvery, all at set prices.

Battlesteads Hotel are now able to offer hotel guests some quality Salmon & Sea Trout Fishing on Premier North Tyne locations.

There are 14 en-suite bedrooms,including ground floor rooms with disabled access.

For More Info Contact:-

Richard and Dee Slade
Battlesteads Hotel,
NE48 3LS.
Tel: (01434) 230 209
Fax: (01434) 230 039


GENERAL HAVELOCK INN, Haydon Bridge, Northumberland.

The General Havelock is a family run Restaurant and Bar situated on the Bank of the River South Tyne in Haydon Bridge Northumberland.

The converted stone barn Restaurant overlooks panoramic views of the Northumberland Countryside.

A warm welcome awaits with Lunch, Dinner, Bar Meals and a Good Selection of Real Ales and Wines Available.

All the food is Homemade using as much Fresh, Local Produce as possible.

Good Salmon and Sea Trout Fishing is also available on the South Tyne for customers of the General Havelock and Langley Dam Fishery is also only a short drive away.

For Further Info Contact:-
Gary & Joanne Thompson,
General Havelock Inn,
Ratcliffe Road,
Haydon Bridge,
NE47 6ER.

Tel:- 01434 684376.


REDESDALE ARMS HOTEL, Rochester, nr Otterburn.

The Redesdale Arms is a 16th Century coaching inn, beautifully situated overlooking the Rede Valley. Theres a warm welcome, great home cooked food, a good selection of beers and wines, a comfortable nights sleep, in fact everything you need to enjoy the perfect break.

In a great location to explore, Kielder, Hadrians Wall, Border Country and just a little further affield the beautiful Northumberland coastline.

Fishing available at Kielder Water and Sweethope Lough.

For More Info Contact:
Redesdale Arms
NE19 1TA

Tel: 01830 520 668
Fax: 01830 520 063