Lovely old building with lots of history. Quite atmospheric complete with creaky floors. The staff were very friendly and helpful and always seemed to have a smile. The food was good, we ate in the Oak dining room the first night. The meal was free as part of the KGB deal but was very good. A free bottle of wine was included which was the house wine but we upgraded and just paid the difference. Breakfast also good and on the second night we ate in the bistro again the food was good but I felt that it lacked the atmosphere of the oak panelled restaurant. The grounds are lovely with plenty of little footpaths to explore. Our room (15) was more like a suite with a large hallway with wardrobes and the spacious bathroom leading off. A door went into the bedroom and the three little steps went up to a small sitting room which had a bed settee so presumably could be used for a family. The TV was poor but we are not too bothered about that on holiday. We will certainly visit again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A small, friendly Castle Hotel in the heart of the beautiful Northumberland countryside. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Otterburn Tower Hotel Otterburn
- The Otterburn Hotel
- The Hotel Otterburn