Billingham-on-Tees Hotels

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Hardwick Hall Hotel: 18th Century Home

The 18th Century stunning hoem is set in extensive parkland on an estate dating back to 1183. The hall has had many uses from fine ladies and gentlemen in the past, to a maternity home in the 1900's. The hall however has now been developed into a quality hotel with superb conferencing and banqueting facilities. Rooms share both the old and new with antique furniture and high tech gadgets (ISDN Modem, Bang and Olufsen Hifi, Satellite Tv, DVD, plasma screens) and the regular mini bars and safes. Bathrooms have huge walk in showers and deep baths. There are also various categories of rooms depending on how much luxury you want.

There is also the cellar bar and Bistro open 7 nights a week, offering modern chic dining. I am told also the food here is fantastic whether it be a light lunch or a main meal. The atmosphere and surroundings are lovely with plush furnishings.

The surroundings of the hotel are fabulous and you really will experience a bit of luxury. The place is always popular with locals for weddings.

  • Opinion of Price: most expensive
  • Written September 24, 2006
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Dun Cow Inn: Charming Country Inn

The dun cow inn is a charming place with has the charm of the old with the comfort of the modern. The inn is in a lovely location set directly in the heart of sedgefield village.This also means that it is withing 2miles of the A1. There are only 6 rooms in the inn, with all being ensuite , with tea and coffee facilities, hair dryer, colour tv, and friendly pets are also welcome. Rooms are furnished beautifully.

The inn is extremly popular as an eating place and local pub but also has accomadation facilities. It is very popular with the local residents and has a very friendly appeal. The food is renowned in the local area as being very good with a ranging menu. The inn is especially known for regular diner Tony Blair and has even served George Bush.

  • Opinion of Price: more expensive than average
  • Written September 24, 2006
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Holiday Inn and Travelodge: Standard Travel Places

Holiday Inn - This is your standard type of travel stay, set in a service station. The place is nearby to wolviston though for nice weeks and has plenty of amenities nearby. The place is well kept and has plenty of space for parking. Complentary Breakfast is also offered, there is also a carvery restaurant next door. The place is ideally located for transport links just off the A19, 10 minutes from the A1 and 20 minutes from Durham Tees Valley Airport.

Travelodge - This is again the standard type this time located nearby to sedgefield, with clost access to the A1 and sedgefield race course. There is a little chef next door for convienient meals.

Both are relativly un -unique but offer the basics you need and are ideally located.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Business Travel
  • Written September 24, 2006

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