Things to see and do - Berwick-upon-Tweed
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Berwick-upon-Tweed Travel guide
Berwick-upon-Tweed : Michelin's recommendations
England’s most northerly town is part of Northumberland, a historic county of castles and battlefields bearing witness to age-old conflicts between the English and the Scots. Between 1147 and 1482, the town changed hands no less than 13 times! Berwick has some remarkable 16C fortifications, which ironically have never been required, meaning that they have survived entirely intact.
Tourist attractions Berwick-upon-Tweed : Things to see and do
In a hamlet situated on the banks of the Tweed stands this magnificent church that has been worn down by time. Completely built of stone - including the original benches that have been replaced - to avoid any destruction "by water or fire",..
Berwick Barracks. Clock Block
The exhibition contains extremely well crafted pieces from the collection of the millionaire, William Burrell, including Imari ware, brassware, medieval religious art, Chinese bronzes and glassware.
The history of the regiment, one of the five "numbered" regiments which have never been amalgamated, is traced from its formation in 1689.
The Castle Hotel, 103 Castlegate, GB - Berwick-Upon-Tweed TD15 1LF
Featuring free WiFi and a restaurant, The Castle Hotel offers pet-friendly accommodation in Berwick-Upon-Tweed. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. Bamburgh is 26 km from The Castle Hotel, while Alnwick is 44 km from the property. The nearest airport ..
43 Hide Hill GB - Berwick-Upon-Tweed TD15 1EJ
The Kings Arms Hotel is located on Hide Hill in the centre of Berwick upon Tweed. An 18th-century hotel, it was once visited by Charles Dickens, Lewis Carol and The Beatles. The stylish rooms at The Kings Arms Hotel each feature an en suite bathroom..