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|