Friday 3 August 2018


Horncliffe Village
Horncliffe is a small village in Northumberland about 5 miles from Berwick-Upon-Tweed. The village lies close to the Scottish border overlooking the RiverTweed. The village has a pub and is close the popular Chain Bridge Honey Farm with stunning views across the River Tweed to the Union Chain Bridge. The area is popular for walking and riverside walks to Norham or Paxton House are the perfect way to spend the day.

In Medieval times Horncliffe lay in area of the county called Norhamshire and was under the control of the Bishops of Durham. The old medieval village is thought to lie near the modern village but there are no remains today. Horncliffe Mains Farmhouse is thought to have been built in the early 19th century and the Palladian style Horncliffe House in the late 18the century. 

River Tweed Near Horncliffe

River Tweed And The Union Chain Bridge, Near Horncliffe

The Fisher's Arms
This old village pub dates back to 1760. Situated in the Main Street it has always played an important role in the life go this small village. 

The Fisher's Arms

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