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Situated on the banks of the river Tweed, Paxton House is a hidden gem.
Built by the Adam brothers in 1758 for the young Patrick Home, Paxton House and the 80 acre estate were bequeathed to the nation by John Home Roberton and was established as a charitable trust in 1988. The house is amoungst the finest 18th Century Palladian Houses in Britain. It contains the pre-eminent Scottish collection of Chippendale furniture and acts as an outstation of the National Galleries of Scotland.
Berwick upon Tweed
Berwickshire TD15 1SZ
+44 (0) 1289 386291
Located in the heart of the Northumberland National Park and with grounds designed by Capability Brown, Hesleyside is a magnificent and historic house which is now home to William and Anna Charlton and their family. The ancestral home of th...
Steeped in history and set in glorious Northumberland countryside, Capheaton Hall is a unique place to stay and is open for guests to enjoy and explore for the first time in its history. Dating back to 1668 and a much treasured family home, Capheaton...