Average Price: £50
Our Rating: 2 HH
The Lord Crewe Arms was originally built in the 12th Century as the Abbots lodging for the Abbey founded by Premonstratensian Canons. The Hotel is situated in the listed village of Blanchland, which is set in the beautiful Derwent Valley in the heart of the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Surrounded by Moorlands and Woods Blanchland is one of Northumberland's most picturesque villages built as it is round a village square and little altered for over 250 years.