An impressive ruined castle above the River Tweed.
Just of the A698 west of Berwick is this Norman Castle that was at the centre of many battles between the English and the Scots. It was besieged in 1513 by King James IV of Scotland and the artillery destroyed parts of the castle before it surrendered.
Today the dramatic ruins with the large keep and the remains of the walls are well worth a visit. Entrance is free to this English Heritage site.