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County - County Durham | Map
Tel code: 01740 | code search
Postcode: TS21 | code search
Population: 5000
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Folk Customs:
Durham Miners Gala
Greatham Sword Dance
Singing from Durham Cathedral Tower

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Sedgefield Racecourse Car Boot
"I agree entirely with Robert. It certainly is not nice at all to be kept outside in the queue whilst the organisers allow selective people to have first choice of ..." More

Sedgefield Racecourse Car Boot
"Great car boot sale, always well attended, only one problem. The organisers allow friends and selected traders in early to buy whilst everyone else has to stand in a queue ..." More

Hardwick Hall Hotel
"Good Points: Great room made stay very comfortable, walk round gardens is beautiful. Bad Points: Hotel a little isolated but this was not a problem. General review: Loved the hotel and the ..." More

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Latest reviews | Events in Sedgefield | 10 Places to Stay

Sedgefield is a large village, located in the parish of Upper Skerne, in County Durham in north east England. Known as being the constituency of former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, it received a visit from US President Bush during 2003, an event which required intensive high security measure to be undertaken including fastening manhole covers and drains and closing all of the village to all traffic. Quite a disruption for a country village unused to such events, and the inevitable media attention, that surrounded it. Sedgefield in the 19th century was a great hunting centre, regarded as the ‘Melton of the North’ and home to the headquarters of celebrated hunting man Ralph Lambton. His friend Robert Smith Surtees, the humorous writer, lived at nearby Hamsterley Hall. The church in Sedgefield, St. Edmunds, is especially noted for its ornate seventeenth century Cosin woodwork which is unique to County Durham. Since the display at Brancepeth perished in fire, this is particularly precious. The population of Sedgefield is around 5,000 and the village is twinned with Hamminkeln in Germany. The borough of Sedgefield has a much larger population of around 87,000 which includes Spennymoor, Ferryhill and Shildon but its largest town is Newton Aycliffe.

Attraction

Bishop Middleham Quarry

Care Home

Willowdene Care Home

Cottage

Swallow Cottage

Dentist

Chris Edmonds & Associates Sedgefield Dental Practice

Doctor

Jones & Partners

Farmers Market

Sedgfield Farmers Market

Golf Club

Knotty Hill Golf Centre

Market

Sedgefield Country Market
Sedgefield Racecourse Car Boot
Sedgfield Farmers Market

Pub and Bar

Black Lion
Dun Cown Inn
Golden Lion Inn
Hope Inn
Nags Head

Restaurant

Black Lion
Dun Cow Restaurant
Dun Cown Inn
Minister’s Restaurant

School

Sedgefield Hardwick Primary School

Sedgefield Primary School

Sports Clubs

Sedgefield CC (Cricket)

Shops

D Gaskarth
G Bolam Butchers
Peters Cathedral Bakers
Sedgefield Pharmacy
The Florist Shop
Number Four Tea Shop & Patisserie
Aubergine Continental Cafe
Peridot
Toshachs Tea Shop

Activities

Ministry of Paintball(Adventure)
Patriot Paintball(Adventure)

Places to Stay near Sedgefield

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Travelodge Sedgefield (0.62 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Hardwick Hall Hotel (0.93 miles)

Hardwick Hall Hotel

Hardwick Hall Hotel is a beautiful country house hotel set within English parkland. There are superb new deluxe and premier bedrooms with views over the parkland, antique furnishings, hi-tech entertainment systems and spacious bathrooms. The ... More | visit website

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Catlow Hall (5.05 miles)

17th Century Country House with panormic views of open countryside. Extensive gardens, ponds and wildlife. All rooms are ensuite with tv and refreshments. ... More
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The Old Mill (5.06 miles)

The Old Mill

The old mill has a welcoming atmosphere in a friendly village location. We are open for food and drink all day from Lunch time through to close making us the ideal choice for a quick ... More | visit website

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Premier Inn Durham (Newton Aycliffe) (5.13 miles)

Ideally located within easy reach of the A1(M). For shops and local amenities this hotel is close to Darlington. Durham city centre is only 9 miles away and for business this hotel is near to ... More | visit website
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Bury Guest House (5.30 miles)

Bury Guest House
The Bury Guest House is a family run, recently updated guest house. With TV, freeview, tea and coffee making facilities, bedding and towels in every room. Microwave, Iron etc are available. Free Parking, Free WIFI, ... More | visit website
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Thorpe Thewles Lodge (5.41 miles)

Thorpe Thewles Lodge

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Thorpe Thewles Lodge is an elegant Bed and Breakfast and cottages created from an old and traditional farm house. The house has been lovingly converted into a warm and comfortable ... More

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Days Inn (5.94 miles)

Days Inn have 14 great locations across the UK, our Durham hotel is ideally situated to be perfect for business, personal, families or just a quick overnighter if you’re stuck. The Days Inn hotel in ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Stockton on Tees/Hartlepool (5.98 miles)

Ideally situated just off the A19/A689. This Premier Inn is close to picturesque Teesside Barrage and just a short journey away from ever-growing Teesside Park. For family fun or a romantic stroll for two, visit ... More | visit website
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Holiday Inn Exp Stockton OnTees (5.98 miles)

Holiday Inn Exp Stockton OnTees
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