The Lord Crewe Arms
is a Grade II listed 4 Star inn
, originally built in the 12th Century as a Monastery founded by Premonstratensian Monks. 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 Northumberlands most picturesque villages built as it is round a village square and little altered for over 250 years. The location is ideal for the pursuit of several outdoor activities
including sailing & fishing on the Derwent reservoir, clay pidgeon shooting and walking. The location also provides and excellent touring base for the North East
with attractions like Hadrians Wall, Durham University, Durham Castle and Cragside all within 30 minutes drive away. The market villages of Corbrisge and Hexham are just minutes away and the metro centre of Newcastle is also just 35 minutes drive away.Ideal for outdoor activities and touring. Picturesque Grade II listed village.