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Otterburn Tower
Otterburn
Northumberland

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The Otterburn Tower is truly distinctive. A fortified Northumbrian country house, built by a cousin of William the Conqueror in 1076, it attractively combines almost a thousand years of history with all the facilities required by today's discerning guest.

Our reputation for fine food, first class accommodation and elegant yet welcoming surroundings, provides the hotel with a unique blend of style, comfort and hospitality which appeals to diners and guests who seek the very best. So whether you are planning a short break, a wedding or conference, or simply a meal with friends in a congenial and memorable setting, we are sure The Otterburn Tower will more than meet your expectations and add an extra special character to every event. Broadband in all rooms.

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Number of Rooms: 18
Number Ensuite: 18

Price per Room:

Double: 130
Single: 65
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Restaurant

Name: Otterburn Tower Country House Hotel & Restaurant
Cuisine: Modern British/Classic French
Chef: John Calton
Awards: 2 AA Rosettes

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