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Places to Visit, Things to Do and Days Out in or near Berwick-upon-Tweed

Berwick-upon-Tweed is located on the north bank of the River Tweed and is on the border of England and Scotland. Over the centuries the town has changed hands no fewer than 14 times, but since 1482 has remained English. A fascinating and beautiful town. Places to Visit in or near Berwick-upon-Tweed Paxton House, Gallery and Country Park and Paxton House, Gallery and Country Park are listed below.
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4.0 miles from the centre of Berwick-upon-Tweed
Paxton House is one of the finest 18th century Palladian country houses in Britain, built to the design of John Adam with a Regency extension by Robert Reid. The twelve period rooms feature Adam interiors, a fine collection of Chippendale and Trotter furniture. The Georgian kitchen has recently been restored to working order and the magnificent Picture Gallery, the largest in a Scottish country house, contains over 70 paintings from the National Galleries of Scotland. There are two exciting n...
4.0 miles from the centre of Berwick-upon-Tweed
Paxton House is one of the finest 18th century Palladian country houses in Britain, built to the design of John Adam with a Regency extension by Robert Reid. The twelve period rooms feature Adam interiors, a fine collection of Chippendale and Trotter furniture. The Georgian kitchen has recently been restored to working order and the magnificent Picture Gallery, the largest in a Scottish country house, contains over 70 paintings from the National Galleries of Scotland. There are two exciting a...
10.6 miles from the centre of Berwick-upon-Tweed
Experience the tranquillity of Lindisfarne Priory Set on a tidal island off the north east coast of England, Lindisfarne Priory has been drawing visitors to its shores for many centuries and it is not hard to see why. For Christians, it is the cradle of their religion, the burial place of St Cuthbert and a startlingly moving place to visit. For those who are not religious, it is quite simply one of the most tranquil, historic spots you could wish to spend time on. Originally home to ...
11.1 miles from the centre of Berwick-upon-Tweed
The location of Lindisfarne Castle, on Holy Island, is unsurpassable. From its Tudor origins as a stronghold to offer protection to the island to its use in Edwardian times as a retreat from the bustle of London, the Castle has been an atmospheric and intriguing location for centuries.
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