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Accommodation in Otterburn

Lying on the banks of the River Rede, Otterburn is a perfect location for exploring the scenic Redesdale Valley. When selecting accommodation in Otterburn and the surrounding area you’ll be spoilt for choice. Pick from inns, luxury hotels, cosy bed and breakfasts, self-catering cottages, camping or a lodge in the forest.

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Serviced Accommodation in Otterburn

If you like to be able to step away from cooking and household chores whilst you are on holiday, then Otterburn’s serviced accommodation is perfect. Take your pick from luxurious hotels, a boutique guest house or farmhouse bed and breakfast.

Self-Serviced Accommodation in Otterburn

On the edge of Northumberland National Park, Otterburn is a peaceful rural location ideal offering a few options for self-serviced accommodation. Choose from pet friendly cottages overlooking beautiful views, relaxing in a hot tub at your lodge in the forest or parking up your caravan for a countryside getaway.

See our selection of accommodation providers in Otterburn below.

Recommended
Elsdon Self Catering

The Old Hayloft

Cosy two-bed cottage close to Otterburn wedding venues and Northumberland National Park. Separate lockable bike store and walled terrace in dark sky area.
Guide Price £525.00 Per week
Tarset

Gibshiel Farm Bed & Breakfast

Unrivalled off-grid hospitality and comfort in the unique setting of unspoilt Northumberland countryside.
Otterburn Hotel

Le Petit Chateau

0191 933 7409
Otterburn Hotel

William De Percy

01830 570400
Otterburn Inn

Redesdale Arms

+44 01830 520668
Otterburn Caravan & Camping

Border Forest Holiday Park

01830 520259
Otterburn Self Catering

Elishaw Farm Holiday Cottages

01830 520334
Otterburn Bed & Breakfast

Bertie's of Otterburn

07407 106847
Otterburn Bed & Breakfast

Dunns Houses Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast

01830 520677

Things to do

This small village is home to the Otterburn Mill. The Mill contains a museum outlining the history of weaving and wool-milling in the area. The Otterburn Rug has even been endorsed by the Royal Family, with Queen Elizabeth II owning one when she was a baby. Otterburn village has a local shop for picking up those essential items, a couple of pubs and there is a great selection of accommodation including luxury hotels, B&Bs and cottages.
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