Redesdale Arms

For a holiday that’s out of this world, book into the Redesdale Arms, an historic and welcoming country inn on the edge of Northumberland International Dark Sky Park. Peacefully set in the beautiful Rede Valley, five miles from the Pennine Way, it’s a fabulous spot for stargazers of every level. It is also ideally placed for visiting outstanding attractions such as Hadrian’s Wall, Kielder Water, the coastal town of Bamburgh and Holy Island, Lindisfarne.

Holder of a 2019 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence, The Redesdale Arms has been offering hospitality to staying guests since the 16th century, known as the ‘First and Last Inn’ between England and Scotland. It had history even before that, with the oldest part having been a bastle house fortified against the notorious Border Reivers.

Redesdale Arms

The Redesdale Arms has 10 comfortable, en suite bedrooms including family rooms, one of them suitable for people with disabilities, with a walk-in shower and low level sink. All have tea & coffee making facilities, multi-channel TV and other amenities.

Meals are served all day in the Redesdale restaurant, all freshly home cooked from locally sourced ingredients.

Business owners Carrol and Mark provide telescopes and binoculars and regularly host astronomy events to encourage people to view the fabulous Dark Skies, which are breathtaking.