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And with moors that shout out adventure right on the doorstep
head out, plot north, walk, cycle, explore,
before home to take off your boots, hang your hat and stay awhile.
Swept up in the wilds of the North Pennine moors, holding court over the honey stone village of Blanchland and crafted by plucky Twelfth Century monks who headed for the Northumbrian hilltops in search of celestial desolation, ours is just the spot for the perfect country hideaway.
Disappear into the twists, turns and discoveries of our once-upon-a-time Abbots guest house.
Wallow in the warmth of our twenty one bedrooms, soothed lovingly with Pennine hues.
Relish in the spoils of The Bishops Dining Room and the notorious Hilyard, where food that harks of heritage and skill laden the tables.
Top up in our medieval vaulted pub The Crypt, or simply while away a quiet hour or two in the soft dappled glow of our ancient fireplaces.