• About Our Hotel

    William De Percy is a luxury Bed and Breakfast located in the heart of Northumberland on the Scottish borders. We are renowned for being a dog friendly bed and breakfast in Northumberland. Our unique quirky style will not be forgotten, with a mixture of traditional and modern décor throughout the whole B&B.

  • Dog Friendly

    There are many dog walks around Northumberland, Our 4 legged friends are a big deal to us, so let them stay in our dog friendly pub or our pet friendly bed and breakfast. We don’t want you to leave your canine companion at home! We are located in the small village of Otterburn, Northumberland. A small village packed with a vibrant atmosphere and picturesque views, perfect for any walker!

  • Northumberland Bed & Breakfast

    From delicious homemade food and delightful beers and cocktails, to the fantastical eight individually designed, boutique bedrooms, William de Percy is the perfect place to escape from the hustle and bustle, in a super stylish yet totally relaxed setting right on the doorstep of the Northumberland National Park.

William de Percy is a luxury boutique coaching inn located in the heart of Northumberland on the Scottish borders. Our bed and breakfast is located in Otterburn, a small village on the banks of the River Rede, which is 31 miles of Newcastle upon Tyne.

 

We are renowned for being a dog-friendly bed and breakfast in Northumberland. Your four-legged friends are allowed to stay in the rooms with you and sit in our pub while you enjoy our delicious food and drinks – what more could you ask for?!

 

Our unique quirky style will not be forgotten, with a mixture of traditional and modern décor throughout the whole venue. Each room at William de Percy is uniquely designed and different from any other one.

Dog Friendly

There are many dog walks around Northumberland, Our 4 legged friends are a big deal to us, so let them stay in our dog-friendly pub or our pet-friendly bed and breakfast. We don’t want you to leave your canine companion at home! We are located in the small village of Otterburn, Northumberland. A small village packed with a vibrant atmosphere and picturesque views, perfect for any walker!

Northumberland Boutique Coaching Inn

From delicious homemade food and delightful beers and cocktails, to the fantastical eight individually designed, boutique bedrooms, William de Percy is the perfect place to escape from the hustle and bustle, in a super stylish yet totally relaxed setting right on the doorstep of the Northumberland National Park

Scottish Borders

From delicious homemade food and delightful beers and cocktails, to the fantastical eight individually designed, boutique bedrooms, William de Percy is the perfect place to escape from the hustle and bustle, in a super stylish yet totally relaxed setting right on the doorstep of the Northumberland National Park

Summer is fast approaching, and it’s time to start planning some fun day trips! Northumberland is home to a variety of picturesque venues that are worth a day trip to, whether you want to enjoy a trip to a new village pub or take a look round a more historical stately home, we will have something for you on this list days out in Northumberland Dog-friendly walks at Belsay Hall Choosing a day-trip spot with a four-legged friend to think about can be tricky. At Belsay Hall you can enjoy the magnificent gardens with your dog in toe. With exotic and rare
There are many wonderful things to do in Northumberland! So we have created our top activities within Northumberland. Take a look below at our top picks. Alnwick castle/gardens If you are going to a castle, we would suggest this one. Famous for the filming of Harry Potter, Downton Abbey and many more great films/tv programmes. It attracts people from all around the country.With picturesque grounds to explore and lots of events ongoing through the year - there is always something to do at Alnwick Castle and Gardens. There is plenty to do, Alnwick gardens are a beautiful place to go and relax.
Northumberland is full of great attractions and events over the summer period, you’ll never be stuck for things to keep yourself and your family entertained! Here is a list of just a few of the local attractions and events happening all across Northumberland this summer. Here is our list of the Top things to  do: Attractions in Alnwick
Christmas is fast approaching, and if you’ve not started your Christmas shopping yet then you’re probably feeling the strain! But fear not! William de Percy have prepared some last minute gift ideas (and most of them you can just buy online so it saves you trying to battle through Christmas shoppers). Whether you’re buying for a special someone, family member or a friend we have a suggestion for you! So take note and hopefully we can help get you sorted for Christmas in time… Gifts on Amazon Amazon is home to (typically) anything and everything, and with Amazon Prime you can receive
The North East is a place to value, with lots of heritage sites to visit, you won’t be stuck for ideas in the North East and Northumberland. Here is just a very small list of our favourite attractions. They are all also only a short distance from our bed and breakfast.   Tynemouth Priory and castle A great, up beat seaside town, with great travel access from Newcastle Upon Tyne, as it is on a direct route of the Tyne and Wear Metro line. It is a beautiful spot to watch the world go by, and with a view from overlooking King Edwards
Spring is well underway and that means one thing - the scope of things to do in Northumberland and picturesque views to visit are in their peak. Northumberland offers great activities for the whole family, from the annual Alnwick Spring Show to Rothbury Food and Craft Festival; there is something for everyone.   NATURAL BEAUTY   Northumberland is a beautiful County all year round, however in Spring it really blossoms. With Northumberland having two areas of outstanding natural beauty (AONB), there is plenty to see and do. In addition there is always plenty of wildlife throughout the County especially during Spring-time with the Osprey’s returning