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Best Western Hardwick Hall Hotel
Sedgefield, County Durham TS21 2EH
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Hardwick Hall Hotel, in Sedgefield, was built during the 18th century and is set within the grounds of the popular Hardwick Hall Country Park. All the bedrooms at this hotel have satellite TV and DVD player, direct dial telephone, minibar and tea and coffee making facilities. Other facilities include an AA rosette a la carte restaurant, two bars and free car parking.

Tariff from 80 per room per night

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I have been visiting the area for many years on Company Business in the Newton Aycliffe and have stayed regularly at the Walworth Castle so as a change I tried Hardwick hall and was more than satisfied.
   
Apart from two trips out to a football match in Newcastle and the races at Sedgefield, we stayed within the environment of the hotel. The whole hotel and grounds are excellent. The food is superb, in fact the 'T'-Bone steaks are to die for. Can't praise the staff and facilities high enough. There is one minor gripe, a pool would be a great addition.
   
The first stop was to the north east Durham village of Blackhall Colliery. An enterprising local history group have published a number of very readable booklets on the origins of the village and, in particular, the sinking of the mine shaft around 1920 and the personalities in the area up to 1040. The coal mine closed some years ago and the coastline has been restored. The next stage was to attend a christening in the border town of Melrose. This market town with ancient ruins of Melrose Abbey is a popular tourist attraction. Unfortunately, there was not time to dwell but we have enjoyed its attractions on previous occasions. The final stage was a delightful trip over the North Durham moors stopping briefly at the picturesque village of Blanchland, nestling in a valley cut off from the outside world with the historic Blanchland Abbey. Staying at the Morrit Arms at Greta Bridge was a delight with the wonderful Bowes Museum nearby.Also close is the saxon church of St Andrews, Winston dating from 1254 and, to the South, the vast open spaces of the North Pennines with the market towns of Reeth and Richmond.
   
Visited Durham for sons graduation ceremony at Durham Cathedral

 



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