Berwick Upon Tweed

Berwick-upon-Tweed famously changed hands repeatedly between England and Scotland in medieval days, this fine riverside market town a prize worth fighting for. The town is dotted with pretty corners, Georgian houses, old barracks, towers and churches... Read More

Berwick Upon Tweed Events

March
Easter Extravaganza
May
Bird Day at Paxton House
The Flora of Paxton House
June
Paxton House Vintage Rally
July
Music at Paxton Festival
August
Paxton Tedís Super Fundayís
Victorian Fridayís
September
Annual Fungus Foray
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Hotels in Berwick Upon Tweed - 18 places to stay

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Kings Arms Hotel

Kings Arms Hotel

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Featuring a blend of 18th century architecture and modern facilities, our hotel is centrally situated in the town, within the medieval walls and a short walk from the old quayside. Our hotel ... More | Double Room: £99.50 - £109.50 (weekend)

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Craw Inn

Craw Inn

Only 1Ĺ miles from the A1, the village of Auchencrow stands in peaceful countryside with the Lammermuir Hills rising to the west.The Inn is well signposted from the A1.

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Marshall Meadows Country House Hotel

Marshall Meadows Country House Hotel

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England's most northerly hotel just 300 yards from the Scottish Border, set back in its own woodland gardens. An ideal touring centre for the spectacular Northumberland coastline and castles and the ... More | Double Room: £90 - £120

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Queen's Head Hotel

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A warm welcome awaits you from Garry and Joanne at the Queen's Head Hotel in Berwick-upon-Tweed. This relaxed small hotel is situated in the centre of the old town. Berwick-upon-Tweed is an ideal base from ... More | Double Room: £90 | visit website

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