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Dunns Houses

Otterburn

Newcastle Upon Tyne

NE19 1LB

Tyne & Wear


B&B


Price Range: £30 - £40


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Jane Walton


Phone: +44 (0)7808 592701


Dunns Houses Farmhouse, is a peaceful period residence dating back to the 1400,s. A privately owned Estate. Which is a working farm of 960 hectare in the beautiful Northumberland National Park. An Old World environment, hospitality, comforts and breath taking views sets the atmosphere for your visit to Dunns Houses.

Dunns Houses Farmhouse has a wonderful secluded garden with lovely views over the Northumberland countryside. It is the ideal place to spend time unwinding from the stress and strains of everyday life. To really appreciate the outstanding countryside in this special part of Northumberland all you have to do is step outside of the front door. There are a range of outdoor pursuits and places to visit. This is a walkers paradise near the Pennine Way. We have the Sustrans & the GPS cycle Route No; 68 nearby. We have a lock up garage for bicycles or motor bikes. Children and pets are welcome. Come for quiet relaxing holiday. Just need to look outside your bedroom window to see Europe’s largest Dark Sky Park.Come and be part of the Northumberlands Active spirit.

We are neighbours to the Luxury Northumberland Wedding Venue Woodhill Hall, Otterburn .We have a very good relationship with Corrine & Chris the owners who actially convinced us to develope the Reivers room into a ensuite room to accommodate there extra guests for there weddings. We do get booked up quickly so early booking is essential.We do our best to have the rooms ready for an early checkin or to drop luggage in before the wedding by arrangement. We have had guests bring there walking boots to walk across the fields to the venue ideal on a lovely summers day and catch the taxi back. A usesful contact is Ronnie Ingledew atTarset Valley Taxis 01434 240 835- 07711400152 book early.



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