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THE REDESDALE ARMS INN

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The Redesdale Arms originated as a bastle, being converted into an inn after the Otterburn - Carter Bar route was made into a toll road fit for carriages in 1779. Badly damaged in a fire in 1993, only the northen end of the bastle survived intact, the 19th century southern end being reduced to rubble.

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