Christine & Tony Barton are justly proud of their comfortable 170 year old stone built house, set in a commanding position by Halidon Hill and over-looking the town of Berwick upon Tweed.
Christine & Tony particularly enjoy welcoming and looking after their guests, many of them regulars, who return again and again to sample the peace and beauty of the area, the generous hospitality.
Each room has exceptionally fine views across the river Tweed, Cheviot Hills, Eildon Hills, Holy Island, Bamburgh Castle and the Farne Islands.
At Meadow Hill you will find an antidote to the bustle and pace of life, where you will be genuinely welcomed by Christine & Tony and from where you will leave refreshed and rested at the end of your stay.
North Northumberland is aptly named the Secret Kingdom as it has its fair share of majestic and imposing castles from medieval Chillingham Castle to Bamburgh Castle, from where the Saxon Kings were crowned and ruled Northumberland.
A day out exploring the Secret Kingdom - perhaps enjoying packed lunches on the top of Cheviot or having a cosy, home-cooked lunch in a fascinating pub in Seahouses - exploring Cragside, the first house in the world to have electricity - or having a round of golf on the local 18-hole Goswick links course.