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Berwick-upon-Tweed Barracks - Northumberland



Haggerston Castle



Paxton House


Built for a dashing young Scottish laird, Patrick Home of Billie, in 1758 on a ridge overlooking the majestic River Tweed, Paxton House is one of the finest 18th century Palladian country houses in Britain. On view are 12 period rooms, many boasting interiors by Robert Adam and the finest collections of furniture by Thomas Chippendale including the unique star-backed chairs in the lady's bedroom. There are also exquisite Regency period Scottish furniture, designed by William Trotter of Edinburgh. The House was extended in 1811 by George Home, 16th Laird of Wedderburn, to include the largest purpose built picture gallery in a Scottish Country House, in which are now housed over 70 paintings from the National Galleries of Scotland.


Goswick Links Golf Club - Berwick-upon-Tweed


For over a hundred years golf has been played on the Goswick Links, which lie some 7 miles south of the old garrison town of Berwick-upon-Tweed, on the east coast of north Northumberland.To the West the Cheviot Mountain Range overlooks the coastal strip with Goswick Links lying between the railway line and sands. The Holy Island and Bamburgh Castle lie to the South and looking North the low Lammermuir Hills lie just beyond the River Tweed and The Scottish Borders. The original nine holes were laid out in 1890 by James Braid and extended in 1894 to 18 holes. In 1964 the original nine holes were modified by Frank Pennick. Recently four new greens and four new tees have been added. The course now measures over 6600 yards and can be stretched to 6800 yards from back tees.


Milne Graden



Blackadder House



Kelloe House



Blanerne



Paxton House


Built for a dashing young Scottish laird, Patrick Home of Billie, in 1758 on a ridge overlooking the majestic River Tweed, Paxton House is one of the finest 18th century Palladian country houses in Britain. On view are 12 period rooms, many boasting interiors by Robert Adam and the finest collections of furniture by Thomas Chippendale including the unique star-backed chairs in the lady's bedroom. There are also exquisite Regency period Scottish furniture, designed by William Trotter of Edinburgh. The House was extended in 1811 by George Home, 16th Laird of Wedderburn, to include the largest purpose built picture gallery in a Scottish Country House, in which are now housed over 70 paintings from the National Galleries of Scotland.


Press Castle



Press



Northumberland College - Berwick-upon-Tweed


Environmental Conservation, Construction, Engineering, Travel & Tourism, Hair & Beauty, Early Year, Essential skill, Health and Social care, Access & Education, Preparation for life and work, IT, and Animal care. The College offers HNCs and HNDs in Computing, Hospitality and Engineering.

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Nisbet House



Kimmerghame House



Kimmerghame



Ewart Park



Duns Castle



The Hirsel



Bamburgh Castle Golf Club - Bamburgh



Langton House



Ninewells



Lilburn Tower



Etal Castle - Northumberland


In 1341, Robert Manners was granted a licence to fortify his home to protect it against the threat of attack from Scottish raiders. In 1513, when an army of 30,000 Scots led by James IV invaded England, Etal Castle fell, but these invaders were then defeated in the bloody battle that ensued on Flodden Hill. An award-winning exhibition tells the story of the Battle of Flodden and of the border warfare that existed here before the union of the English and Scottish crowns in 1603.


Longformacus House



Fowberry Tower



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