At the Lord Crewe Arms
Relax in the warm embrace of this contemporary, cosy, country retreat where life’s little luxuries abound. Dog-friendly rooms include TV’s, WiFi, Noble Isle toiletries and the softest yarns.
Pups can take their pick from four types of rooms on offer, with the dog-friendly rooms located in the miner’s cottages and listed annex, The Angel. With their homely touches and a muted palette inspired by the Pennine Moors beyond, you and fido will be sure to find a tempting spot to rest both feet and paws.
Cosy Rooms come complete with a slab of local fudge and are perfectly formed spots to nestle down in after a day on the moors. Designed with relaxing on the mind, dog-friendly Canny Rooms are found in The Angel and have views of the pretty village rooftops and woodland beyond, or the quaint village square.
With Champion Rooms, named after the Geordie turn of phrase, they are designed for an ooh and an arr, and come with sumptuous furnishings that will make you want to rest awhile. Or, for truly pampered paws, plump for one of the hotel’s two Suites. Found in the miner’s cottages, with their own front door and porch to put muddy boots in, they have a log burner, roll-top bath and lounge. The Blackdene Suite has a spiral staircase which paws may find tricky so you may wish to request the Whiteheaps Suite.
Your dog will be delighted to find a bed, towel and bowl awaiting them on their arrival.
Human and hound abound
There is a lovely flower adorned garden your dog will love exploring, but to stretch those paws head out into the surrounding moors where endless, snifftastic adventures await. Walking maps are available at reception. And remember, look upwards on those nighttime strolls with fido – the dark skies here are a stargazer’s dream.
The extra bits
There is a boot room for you and your pooch to use.
For country junkie’s, bikes are available to borrow, shooting and sailing can be arranged and there’s a private stretch of the River Derwent just a short walk away for fishing.
Cots can be arranged for £10 a night, and Z-beds for £15 a night, including breakfast.