Hotels in Otterburn

Percy Arms Hotel

NE19 1NR

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In the midst of a wild and romantic landscape, the Percy Arms Hotel stands on the edge of the Northumberland Moors and offers luxury and comfort in a genuine 'get away from it all' location.
This 17th century coaching inn, family operated and managed, offers a high standard of cuisine and accommodation, plus those little extras only such an establishment can offer. You're always sure of a warm welcome, no more so that in the colder months of the year when crackling log fires remind us of a splendid traditional past.
Steeped in history, Otterburn is not far from Hadrian's Wall, Holy Island, Wallington Hall and Cragside House. The Great Kielder Forest and reservoir, with the accent on sport and adventure are only 10 miles away.

The Percy Arms has all the facilities you would expect from a modern, well equipped hotel, combined with the comfort and relaxation which is uniquely found in this rural environment. With 28 bedrooms we have plenty of space and choice to accommodate the most discerning guests, including family rooms. There are also three rooms available on the ground floor with good access for guests with disability. Each of our rooms has television, telephone and tea/coffee maker.

There is free car parking and there is also the possibility of bringing your dog to stay, at the managements discretion
We have a well deserved reputation for really good food, served in our comfortable and well appointed Garden Restaurant, with Table d' Hote and a' la Carte menus catering for a wide range of palates.

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