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The Granary, Dewars Lane

The Granary, Dewars Lane, Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland TD15 1HJ View on map

Grade II listed six storey granary built in 1769, part of a densely-packed concentration of narrow streets and alleyways within Berwick’s Elizabethan Quay Walls. Originally known as John Dewar’s Granary, it was badly damaged by fire early in the 1815 (from when, in all probability, its lean dates). Now restored and a multi use facility incorporating the only MLA Grade 1 exhibition space between Edinburgh and Newcastle, heritage interpretation facilities, seminar/meeting rooms and a bistro and Youth Hostel.

Contact

Opening Arrangements

Youth Hostel and Bistro: open all year, YHA personnel on site at all times; Art Gallery open when exhibitions take place (Wednesday-Sunday 11am-4pm); Meeting Rooms available for booking.

Admission Charges

  • Other Charges: Charges for Youth Hostel and rental of meeting rooms

Directions

On Dewars Lane and easily found off Bridge Street via the large car park. Rail: Berwick-upon-Tweed (0.6miles). Bus: Variety of local and National buses pass through the Borough.

Parking Spaces

40

Free public car park

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Yes
  • Disabled Toilets: Yes
  • Assistance dogs: Yes