Cafes in Berwick are warm and welcoming with good food and friendly service. If you are wondering where to eat in Berwick, for a light lunch or an afternoon tea for a coach party, check out the options below.
There's nothing like a relaxing cup of tea, a scone or a traditional 'border tart' in a bustling cafe or traditional tea room. Homemade soups and sandwiches, hot baked potatoes with scrumptious fillings, warm chocolate fudge cake and cream ... all you could need to warm you after a bracing winter stroll around the town walls.
The summer brings a cooler menu with fresh salads and tasty paninis followed by cheesecake and ice creams. We may not be well-known for our summer weather, but we do have some hot days and with two beaches in walking distance of the town centre, you have plenty refreshment choices before heading for a lazy day of sand and sea.
If you are touring our historical sites in Northumberland and the Borders, you will find that many of the attractions have excellent tearooms serving tasty locally made snacks, often with great views out over the landscaped grounds.
You will also find garden centres and farm shops, selling the very best of local produce, dotted around the County, and many offer busy cafes in which to enjoy a light snack while contemplating what locally grown and organic foods you wish to take home as a delicious reminder of your stay.