Top hotels in Sedgefield
The traditional 4-star Hardwick Hall Hotel is situated in the countryside of County Durham, just off the A1 motorway. Surrounded by parkland, the hotel features free parking, a cocktail lounge, and a restaurant with beamed ceilings. Rooms are decorated in a classic style with satellite TVs, tea and coffee-making facilities, and minibars.
Cheap Hotels in Sedgefield
Travelodge Sedgefield Hotel
"Our Sedgefield hotel puts the National Trust property, Hardwick Hall, less than 2 miles from your door. The Elizabethan property has a great art collection, glorious gardens and quite a story to tell. For those wanting a taste of English countryside, Sedgefield offers typical Yorkshire town life with cosy pubs and a village green. To the north, historic Durham is only 11 miles, while Teesside Airport is 10 miles to the south. This hotel has upgraded rooms that feature a comfy king size bed with four plump pillows and a cosy duvet. Guests can enjoy a variety of food and drink choices within easy walking distance from this hotel."
Hotels in Sedgefield
Located in a small town south of Durham in the northeast of England, Sedgefield Hotels are a good choice if you're looking for a holiday in a picturesque English town or a place to stay close to Sedgefield Racecourse.
Sedgefield is home to a number of historical buildings. The oldest of these is St Edmund's Church, built by the Normans in the period between 1246 and 1256 and on the site of an older wooden church dating from around 900 AD. A tower was added in the 15th century and woodworks were added to the church's interior in the 17th century. Other historical landmarks in Sedgefield include the 18th-century Ceddesfeld Hall, the 19th-century Parish Hall and the Manor House, built in 1707 and a classic example of Queen Anne-style architecture.
One of the major attractions to Sedgefield is Sedgefield Racecourse, a thoroughbred horseracing venue. Although the racecourse itself dates from the 20th century, there have been races held on the location from as early as 1732. Other sporting attractions in the area include Sedgefield Cricket Club, Quad Sport Leisure motocross centre, Sedgefield Squash Club and the 45-hole Knotty Hill Golf Centre.
Food and drink
Sedgefield is home to a number of shops, cafés and pubs, as well as a regular Farmers' Market. The Black Lion is a traditional coaching house that overlooks the village green and serves a variety of local ales. The Dun Cow Inn is another historical pub, where you'll also find a menu of mouth-watering traditional English dishes.
If you're travelling by car, there are a number of interesting attractions within driving distance of Sedgefield. The city of Durham is a short distance to the north. Here you'll find a range of historical attractions including Durham Castle and Durham Cathedral. Head east and you'll soon be in Hartlepool, an historical town that lies beside the Durham Heritage Coast.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Sedgefield
Which hotels are the most popular ones to stay at in Sedgefield?According to our booking data, one of the most booked hotels in Sedgefield is Hardwick Hall Hotel.
What is the cheapest price for a hotel in Sedgefield?The lowest price for a double room in Sedgefield is £89.
What are the best hotels in Sedgefield near the center?If you want to stay near the center of Sedgefield, you can consider staying at Hardwick Hall Hotel.
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