Two Night Getaway For Two With Breakfast Plus Afternoon Tea and Glass of Wine Each on Arrival for £109 at Otterburn Tower Country House Hotel (Up to £311.40 Value)
- Beautiful 11th Century castle
- En suite bedrooms
- AA Rosette-awarded restaurant
- Close to Otterburn village
- Access to grounds and gardens
- Full breakfast both mornings
Groupon valid for 2 people, may buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. Valid Sun-Thu. Valid for standard double room only. Pets incur £10 surcharge. Afternoon tea on one day only, served midday-4pm. Check-in 2pm, check-out 10am. Original value based on hotel rack rates.
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Until teleportation technology significantly improves and our home away from home can actually be the original home, the next best home is a retreat to a different home. Home in on today's Groupon: £109 for a two night stay for two with breakfast, afternoon tea, and a glass of wine each on arrival at Otterburn Tower Country House Hotel.
Rising majestically from the peaceful green slopes of the Redesdale Valley, Otterburn Tower Hotel is a lofty castle with roots stretching back to the 11th Century. Retaining original features such as oak panelling and stained glass, the hotel has been carefully brought into the 21st Century, featuring en suite rooms each individually decorated. The castle is snugly nestled in 32 acres of estate, with gardens stretching down to the whimsically historical village of Otterburn, and walks snaking off across the slopes. The combination of traditional and modern threads through to the kitchen, where the chefs delicately prepare dishes using fresh produce from the estate, which can be enjoyed in front of the inglenook fireplace.
Guests will receive treatment worthy of medieval royalty, drinking in the bright autumnal colours in the walkways and gardens as they make their way to one of the rooms for a two night rural retreat. Each temporary lodger receives a glass of wine to welcome them to the castle, and can rise to breakfast each morning, before slipping out to enjoy trout and salmon fishing in the hotel’s own stretch of the River Rede, or indulging in a spot of golf nearby. Back at the hotel, a cream tea can be taken on one of the afternoons, perhaps preceded by a visit to one of the nearby National Trust properties, or a stroll along Northumberland’s sandy coastline.
92% of LateRoomers would recommend this three star hotel to their friends. Recent guests said they were pleased with the warm reception, the staff’s attention to detail, the hotel’s old worldly charm and the breakfast.
Our room itself was lovely. Tastefully decorated and very comfortable, with everything you could need, including bathrobes.
– thebarbers8691, TripAdvisor, Sept 2011
We had a large comfortable room, and an enjoyable meal on the first night. The staff were very helpful and friendly, and we can't fault the service.
– tonyfitz1959, TripAdvisor, Aug 2011