Welcome To Ravenscleugh

Northumberland is an oasis of spectacular scenery, wild and unspoilt, little traffic, slow pace of life, friendly faces, laid back attitudes.

Ravenscleugh Farm offers all this from the door of our traditional 17th century Northumbrian Farmhouse.

Georgie Kenny - Owner

  • Flexible check ins
  • One Night Stays Welcome – perfect for wedding guests
  • Mud Friendly
  • Bordering Northumberland National Park & Dark Skies Park
  • 3 miles from Otterburn and wedding venues Le Petit Chateau, Otterburn Castle and Woodhill Hall
  • A traditional hill farm with log burners, huge bedrooms & super-kingsize beds
  • The Sandstone Way crosses the farm so bring your horse/bicycle
  • 35mins from Hadrians Wall, Kielder Observatory and Newcastle
  • See amazing stars from the garden


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Wireless Internet




Indoor Fireplace

Laptop Friendly Workspace

Pets Allowed

Free Parking

Enjoy beautiful Northumberland from the door step of Ravenscleugh

Lying on the Anglo-Scottish border, Northumberland has been the site of a number of battles. The county is noted for its undeveloped landscape of high moorland, now largely protected as the Northumberland National Park. Northumberland is the most sparsely populated county in England, with only 62 people per square kilometre
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17th century Northumbrian Farmhouse

Ravenscleugh is thought to the birthplace of Capability Brown and on the farm you can find the site of a Medieval Village, Roman Forts, and the campsite for the English prior the Battle of Otterburn. You can hear curlew from your bedroom windows and spot otters in the swimming lakes.

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