Two Nights Bed and Breakfast For Two (£99) With Five Course Dinner Both Nights and Bottle of Wine (£149) at Otterburn Hall (Up to 66% Off)
- 4 star hotel set in 500 acres of Northumberland National Park
- AA rosette-awarded restaurant
- Traditional decor with modern comforts and conveniences
- Recommended by Condé Nast Johansens
- On-site fitness facilities
- Contemporary room in the Coach House or Garden Wing
- Room upgrades available
- Meals include seasonal game and fish
Limit 1 per 2 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required by phone only. 48 hour cancellation policy. Upgrade to Exclusive Room for £40 surcharge per stay, or Deluxe Room in the main house for £60 surcharge per stay. Must be 18 or over with valid ID. No pets allowed. 5 course meal with bottle of house wine available for discounted rate of £25pp with non-meal option. Bottle of wine is house wine, surcharge applies for other wines. Original price based on hotel rack rate. Valid on option purchased only.
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Two nights is an apt period of time for a weekend break, to get your teeth into Russian literature, or to compete in an Olympic monkey bar marathon. Go ape with today's Groupon from the acclaimed Otterburn Hall. Choose from the following options:• £99 for two nights bed and breakfast for two (Up to 66% Off)
• £149 for two nights bed and breakfast for two plus five course dinner each night and bottle of wine on the first evening (Up to 63% Off)
With a constellation of four AA stars, and an AA rosette-bestowed restaurant, Otterburn Hall sparkles as the only hotel in Northumberland National Park. Exuding the beauty and tranquillity of its immediate surroundings, visitors can gambol amongst the autumn leaves in 500 acres of secluded woodland, while the interior oozes country glamour from every nook. Period wooden beams and roaring log fires preside over the grand communal areas, and while the 65 bedrooms are all varied in decor and size, all are underlined with a consistent dedication to style and comfort. Visitors can tuck in to British cuisine in the award-winning restaurant, having worked up an appetite making use of the abundant fitness facilities.
Two nights can be spent in a Contemporary room in either the Coach House or the Garden Wing. After some hearty breakfasting each morning, customers can explore the National Park, or just enjoy the view from the comfort of a Chesterfield sofa. Customers choosing the second option can enjoy a five course dinner on both nights, sampling the finest seasonal game and fish, all accompanied by a bottle of house wine on the first evening. Customers with the first option who feel their stomachs tempted need not worry, as a five course meal and bottle of wine is available to them on the first night for £25 per person.
TripAdvisors rate Otterburn Hall an encouraging 3.5/5 while Booking.com reviewers offer 7.6/10. Guests of the hotel mostly agree on the helpful staff, convenient location and pleasant atmosphere. Several felt that the accommodations are a little dated.
When we saw the room we were more than happy with it although it was a little small it lacked nothing, very clean ,nice view of the grounds and the red squirrels that live in the wood at the back of the building, a good bed and nice bathroom.
– eddking57, TripAdvisor, Sept 2011
When we arrived we were extremely impressed with the building and it's grounds, and when we entered the main hall and library we certainly thought it had the wow factor. First impressions - tremendous.
– David B, LateRooms, Jul 2011