Ladykirk motte was a large motte on the banks of the River Tweed which has been partially ploughed away.
It’s possible that it may have been a progenitor of Upsettlington Castle, although the presence of dressed stones on its south side perhaps suggest that it is more likely to have been contemporary with it.
Where is Ladykirk motte?
Ladykirk motte is in the parish of Ladykirk and the county of Berwickshire.
Grid reference:NT 89320 47720
Lat / long:55.722777,-2.1715881