Lord Crewe Arms County Durham (Blanchland)

“Located in the picturesque village of Blanchford, hanging basket heaven and the heart of walking country. A bounty of outdoor pursuits await you on the doorstep which is reflected in the hearty, better than gastro pub menu (think locally sourced salmon and game) and the country casual room decor.”

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“One for the lovers of the great outdoors; for those who treat limited mobile reception as a welcome luxury. Lord Crewe Arms, brought to you by the owners of the popular Cotswolds' Calcot Manor, has all the charm of a boutique property, with village pub cosiness combined with a sprinkling of luxury. Rooms have a toned down country hunting lodge feel with exposed beams, rustic wood furnishings, plaid soft wool throws and open fireplaces. Individual touches such as walking maps, hot water bottles and tea and coffee making facilities are a welcome bonus. Bathrooms are spacious, some include rolltop baths. Even the smaller rooms are of a good size and provide excellent value for money. Dining at Lord Crewe Arms is a more casual affair. Rustic menus have a northern twang. Try the roasted Weardale grouse followed by a drink in the cosy, medieval-style Hilyard Room and warm your toes in front of its cavernous fireplace. The perfect end to a bracing weekend away.”

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Facilities

Wedding license
Bar
Family Suites
Parking
Safe
Games room
Free wifi
Bicycles available
Fireplace
Walking distance restaurants
Good wine list
Sit-out Terrace
Billiard/pool table
Private dining room
Cots available
Outdoor dining
Wifi
Garden
Restaurant
Pet friendly
Pets are welcome in ten of the hotel rooms but not permitted in the rest of the hotel.
Private villas
Suites
Disabled access
Child friendly

Activities

Mountain biking
Local markets
Climbing
Sailing
Golf
Consett golf course offers lovely views and it is free!
Cycling
Fishing
Rods are available at the hotel so you can catch a fish supper in the River Derwent.
Great walks
Walking maps are provided in every room. From hardcore hikes in the Pennines to perambulating the Derwent Valley.
Riding
Watersports
Windsurfing, sailing and many more activities at the Derwent Reservoir.
Kayaking
Sights nearby
Hadrian’s Wall and its surrounding Roman settlements are 20 miles from the property and well worth a visit.

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19 rooms from $199 per night

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Activities

Mountain biking
Local markets
Sailing
Golf
Consett golf course offers lovely views and it is free!
Cycling
Fishing
Rods are available at the hotel so you can catch a fish supper in the River Derwent.
Great walks
Walking maps are provided in every room. From hardcore hikes in the Pennines to perambulating the Derwent Valley.
Riding
Watersports
Windsurfing, sailing and many more activities at the Derwent Reservoir.
Kayaking
Sights nearby
Hadrian’s Wall and its surrounding Roman settlements are 20 miles from the property and well worth a visit.

Other highlights

Wedding license
Family Suites
Quiet
Eco
Owner managed
Gourmet
Free wifi
Good wine list
Full of character
Sit-out Terrace
Romantic
Chic
Boutique
B+B
Artworks
Restaurant
Hills & mountains
Antiques
Pet friendly
Pets are welcome in ten of the hotel rooms but not permitted in the rest of the hotel.
Intimate
Luxury
Charming
Traditional
Disabled access
Child friendly
Village
Quirky

Hotel size

19 rooms, 1 suite, 1 villa
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