Dun Cow Inn

A Restaurant with rooms in Sedgefield, County Durham

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

43 Front Street
County Durham
TS21 3AT

Dun Cow Inn, Sedgefield

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Accommodation Description:

The Dun Cow Inn is a traditional coaching inn offering Bed & Breakfast accommodation in tastefully decorated ensuite rooms. The Dun Cow is very passionate about food and many of our ingredients are locally sourced as we work alongside local retailers large and small to source the freshest best quality ingredients our region has to offer

The Dun Cow Inn was transformed from the original pub and adjacent Grocery store in 1975. When transformed the original grocery store frontage was altered to complement the existing frontage of the original pub. Our country inn situated in the heart of Sedgefield boasts a fantastic range of guest beers as well as a selection of wines available by the glass.

Our bar offers a warm and relaxed feel so you can enjoy socialising with friends and family. In addition to our bar we have a fantastic restaurant which has a seasonal menu with the emphasis being on local fish and meat whilst we have a wide range of specials shown on the blackboards which change daily. With a wonderful menu of locally sourced ingredients cooked to order by our amazing chefs you will find our restaurant the ideal place to relax and unwind.

We have six guest bedrooms which are tastefully and traditionally decorated to reflect the style and country charm of the establishment. The rooms are available for short stays or longer breaks and are equally attractive to the business client or those looking to get away for a relaxing break. Clients regularly stay with us if they are attending family events in the local area as we are centrally located within the village of Sedgefield.

What ever the reason for choosing to stay with us you can be sure of a warm and friendly welcome not only from us but also from Sedgefield. Breakfast is included in all our room rates; you can enjoy a lovingly prepared full English or if you prefer something more continental you can choose from a range of cereals a selection of fruit yoghurts toast and croissants with your tea coffee and orange juice.

3 star rating

From: £70.00

Room Facilities
Wireless internet connection
Colour television
Tea and coffee making facilities

Ironing facilities
Wakeup call
Internet access (wireless) in public areas
Non-smoking (throughout)

Free parking
On-site parking

Business Facilities
Internet connection (wireless)

Dining Facilities
The Dun Cow Inn has a large traditional 80 seat restaurant and two bar areas where you can enjoy a lunch or dinner.

Breakfast (Full cooked)
Breakfast (Continental)

Child Facilities
Children's menu

Pet Policy
No pets

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