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About The Gables
Built in 1867 to serve the former All Saints Church, in the hamlet of Duddo The Gables was the home of the resident Vicar and his family until it became a private residence in 1953. 

We bought the house in 2003 with our first child Jamie on the way.  Fiona came along in 2006.  We all love the space and tranquillity that it brings to our family life. Our guests will experience a relaxing and charming place to stay.

Guests can have their breakfast or morning coffee on our terrace on sunny days
Guests can indulge in the local pastimes of fishing on the world-famous River Tweed and it tributaries, golfing on one of the local picturesque courses, game-shooting, bird-watching at local wildlife reserves, walking or cycling.

The Gables is perfectly situated near the Scottish Borders, between the Cheviots, Northumberland National Park and Northumberland Coastal Area of Oustanding Natural Beauty.  Our home sits on a rise with uninterrupted views of the dramatic natural landscape.

Facilities at The Gables
  • Storage for bikes, fishing tackle, sporting equipment
  • Ample private on-site parking
  • Broadband Wi Fi
  • Wonderful, uninterrupted views of the countryside
  • Large, Lawned Garden
  • Garden Terrace with open views to the Cheviots
  • Local Produce
  • Quiet, country location

Our local country pubs serving hearty meals include The Black Bull at Etal, a 5-minute drive, The Plough at Allerdean, a 2-minute drive and The Red Lion at Milfield, a 10 minute drive.

The Gables offers two spacious double bedrooms with en suite or private facilities.  Our guests take breakfast in our elegant dining room and may use our Study Sitting room where they may plan their days, read or simply relax.  The study has a lovely aspect facing south onto the garden with wonderful uninterrupted views beyond towards the Cheviots.

On a clear day our large lawned garden is the perfect place to take in the wonderful view

GM Trevelyan, (1876-1962), lover of Northumberland, eminent historian, creator of the National Parks.
Fishing & Shooting:

Guests can indulge in the local pastimes of fishing on the world-famous River Tweed and its tributaries, golfing on one of the local picturesque courses, game-shooting ... Read on»

Local Attractions:

The Gables is situated in one of the least populated areas of England and provides an ideal base for the perfect stay in North Northumberland and the Borders ... Read on»

How To Get Here:
BY ROAD: From the A1 Northbound, turn left onto the B6354 Duddo & Ford/Etal Road.  If coming Southbound on the A1, you will turn Right onto the B6354.  Stay on the B6354, drive for about six miles until you come to The Gables on the left. 

BY RAIL: Berwick upon Tweed is on the East Coast mainline and is accessible from all parts of the UK. 

The Gables is a 15 minute taxi ride from the station.  Guests may be collected from Berwick Railway Station by prior arrangement.

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The Gables, Duddo, Berwick upon Tweed, TD15 2NR
Telephone. 01289 387181
Email angus@gables-northumberland.co.uk

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