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Berwick Garden Centre, Scottish Borders
Berwick Garden Centre

Berwick Garden Centre

Things to do in Berwick Scottish Borders
Gardens in Scotland

Description: Berwick Garden Centre is the most northerly in England. Started as a diversification by local farmer Nick Crabbie, it has developed into a place well worth visiting, be it for plants or other items for the garden, outdoor clothing, food and other local produce from the farm shop, or a gift from the wide range on offer. After a walk around the well-stocked garden centre try a quiet cuppa or a light snack in the Suntrap Restaurant before going on your way.

Ownership:
Private

Situation OS ref: NT 975514

How to get there:
By car: On the A1 Berwick Bypass at the East Ord roundabout.

By public transport:
Buses from Kelso to Berwick pass the entrance.

Seasonal opening details:
Every day.

Opening Hours:
Garden Centre
Mon-Sat: 8am to 6pm Sundays: 11am to 5pm

Kingfishers Restaurant
Mon-Sat: 8am to 5pm Sundays: 10am to 4.30pm

Facilities:
Restaurants, toilets, disabled access.

Admission:
Free

Contact:
Tel: 01289 302383

Attached attractions:
Farm Shop stocking mainly local produce.

Additional Information
Car Parking. Coaches welcome.

Web link: (where appropriate):
Berwick Garden Centre

Places to stay nearby:
Berwick upon Tweed

Local towns and villages:
Berwick upon Tweed

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Berwick Garden Centre, England