Many people call upon The Hardwick Arms when they need pleasant accommodation and refined repast at the in-house restaurant before heading out from the village of Sedgefield into historic, bucolic North East England – Durham, Teesside and North Yorkshire. Many Stockton-on-Tees residents use Sedgefield as a staging post for such adventures, and when they book at The Hardwick Arms they are indeed reliving a crucial piece of British history. This hotel, pub and restaurant was built in 1750 to serve as a coaching inn on the London to Edinburgh route, and much of this is still in evidence. Dining on traditional British cuisine beneath dark, heavy wooden beams in sensitively restored surroundings is a treat for guests to the hotel and the public alike.
second visit to the hardwick arms. The food was delicious and well cooked and the friendly service xx loved the Thai food had the chilli and ginger king prawn stir fry .
Made very welcome . Well presented hot tasty food good value for money plenty of choice ,some good 2 4 1 offers available. Will visit again when in the area
Waitress was lovely and helpful . Young bar man needs more experience. Food was average very big portions. Need to change the oil more often the chips were cooked in but not too bad. Would visit again.