The Village of Otterburn

Located just 15 minutes drive from the Manor,Otterburn is a  small village with a big history and is located close to the Manor. On the outskirts of the village you'll find the site of the famous Battle of Otterburn in 1388 when the English army suffered a bloody defeat by the Scots led by the Earl of Douglas . You can still go hunting today with a metal detector and discover a invaluable archaeological piece yourself. One of Otterburn's attractions is  the Otterburn Mill which contains a museum outlining the history of weaving and wool milling in the area. The Otterburn Rug has been endorsed by the Royal Family, and the Queen of England and Wales was once kept warm in her pram by one. Otterburn Mill also includes a cafe, an outdoor clothing store and a Tourist Information Centre. Otterburn offers numerous selection of local shops and pubs, and restaurants, including the infamous Otterburn Castle, a great place to have an evening dinner close to the Manor. Other activities you can find at Otterburn include Horseback riding and clay pidgeon shooting.

 

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