Camping Accommodation in Otterburn
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Otterburn Camping and Touring Van sites

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Otterburn is a village on the Scottish Borders standing on the River Rede which powered Otterburn Mill. Famed world wide for the production of fine Northumbrian tweeds, the mill has now been restored as a shop and visitor centre. Other historical buildings include Otterburn Hall, built in 1869 and the much-extended Pele tower, first mentioned in 1245. Otterburn was an important staging post on the road to Scotland and indeed, still has a wide range of hotels and guesthouses. The village was also the site of the battle of Otterburn, which took place in 1388 between the English and the Scots. Although the Scots lost their leader in the battle, they routed the English and returned home victorious. The site of the battle just outside the village is now marked by stone column known as Percy's Cross.

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Otterburn Camping, Campsites, Touring van and motorhome parks, etc

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Border Forest Caravan Park

Cottonshopeburnfoot, Near, Otterburn, Northumberland, NE19 1TF
Tel: 01830 520259

Prices: Awaiting latest prices
Pitches for: Tents, Touring Caravans and Motorhomes
Pitches: 52
Open: Awaiting details

Showers? Washing up facilities? Games room? Disabled facilities? Please check!
Toilets Laundry/Washing facilities? Children's play area? Pets welcome?
Gas refills? Shop on site? Outdoor pool? Internet access?
Electric hook-up? On-site bar? Indoor pool? Fires allowed?
Chemical toilet disposal point? Cafe or Restaurant? Beach nearby? Open all year?

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