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Mordon Moor Cottage

(Ref. 1135075)

Sedgefield, County Durham, Northumberland Show on map


Sykes rating

  • 4 Guests

  • 2 Bedrooms

  • 1 Bathroom

  • Pets No


  • Off road parking
  • Ground floor accommodation
  • Ground floor bedroom
  • Open fire
  • Garden / Patio
  • Cot available
  • Highchair available
  • Washing machine
  • Broadband / WiFi

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9 Customer Reviews

  • "We had a lovely stay at Mark & Marian’s cottage over Christmas."

    The cottage is very homely, warm and is even better than the pictures suggest. Mark & Marian left us some nice wine, beer and some freshly baked treats. Thanks again.

    Thanks for your great review Christian, it was nice to hear that yourself ,wife and 3year old daughter enjoyed a Xmas in the cottage. We hope that the Xmas tree, decorations, and festive lights enhanced your stay and thank you for your comments about the Xmas complimentary gifts of wine and beer , trust they went down well ! Best wishes, Mark and Marian Property Owner

    Reviewed by Christian5.0Dec 2023

  • "A lovely country cottage nestled away in the countryside."

    The cottage has two lovely bedrooms well furnished and both beds were very comfortable. Although our stay was in November, the cottage was warm and welcoming with the extra benefit of a lovely log burner in the lounge. The kitchen has everything that you need including a washing machine, a fridge, a freezer and a large microwave oven. The TV is a smart TV so we could use netflix and prime. There is a good selection of books and DVDs provided. We would certainly recommend this property and will be returning.

    Steve and Jane , thank you for your kind comments, it was a pleasure to host such considerate guests and for leaving the cottage in lovely order, we would be pleased to host you again, thanks again, mark and marian Property Owner

    Reviewed by Stephen5.0Nov 2023

  • "We thoroughly enjoyed our stay, everything was as expected and we'll definitely be coming back !"

    Thanks Stuart ,you and your daughter were a delight , thanks both for the very positive review we would love to see you again when occasion permits, best wishes Mark and Marian Property Owner

    Reviewed by Stuart5.0Oct 2023

  • "Could not have loved it more."

    Absolutely perfection. From the fruit from the garden to the comfiest bed I loved every little second spent there. Mark and Marian were nothing short of spectacular. I would stay forever if I could! Many thanks Mark and Marian xx

    Thank you AnnaMaria, what a lovely review. It was a pleasure to have you…may I say you were our first overseas visitor and would be more than happy to receive you again should your path lead this way, thanks again, mark and marian Property Owner

    Reviewed by Annamaria5.0Sep 2023

  • "Lovely cottage in a quiet location."

    Mark and Marian were very welcoming, leaving us rocky road biscuits and plums from their garden.

    Giles, his wife and son were a delight as guests in Mordon Moor Farm Cottage, it’s a shame their visit was so brief, thank you for choosing to stay, Thank you, Mark & Marian Property Owner

    Reviewed by Giles5.0Sep 2023

  • "Clean, comfortable and conveniently located."

    Mark was very helpful. The Rocky Road cake on arrival was delicious and most welcome.

    Thanks for your feedback , we’re pleased that you and your good lady had an enjoyable time staying at MMF Cottage we would be pleased to host you again should circumstances enable… Property Owner

    Reviewed by Lawrence5.0Aug 2023

  • "A delightful clean and spacious cottage in a fantastic location!"

    After spending the day in Richmond we arrived at the cottage to be greeted by Mark who had left some home made treats for us along with provisions for making drinks, Yorkshire teabags, along with filter coffee, instant coffee, sugar and milk. The cottage is well equipped should you fancy cooking a meal and the town centre is close by to go and stock up on any essential items you need for your stay and a large Sainsbury’s is a short drive away. There is enough storage for belongings and a garage to store any bikes you may bring. The large garden provided the evening’s entertainment, sitting with a drink or two whilst my son played football until the sun went down. The lounge is cosy and the TV of a good size, although with the fantastic weather we had we didn’t do much viewing as there is an endless list of places to go and activities to partake in, all less than an hours drive. If you do have any problems Mark and his delightful wife are both on hand to assist and are also very knowledgeable in the local area and places of interest. Will be recommending Mordon Moor Cottage to friends and family and would definitely return!

    Thank you Amanda for your lovely comments. You were excellent guests to have in the cottage Kind regards Mark and Marian Property Owner

    Reviewed by Amanda5.0Aug 2023

  • "We have just enjoyed a fantastic break staying at Mordon Moor, it was spotlessly clean when we arrived, the cottage was a bit like the Tardis, far more space inside than the pictures suggest."

    To enjoy the very nice pubs on the evening and to have a glass of wine or two, we chose to walk in to Sedgefield which took only 20 mins !! The facilities provided were everything we hoped for, the bed was supremely comfortable, the towels were fluffy and , although not required, the owners were next door.The cottage was in a very peaceful place , a haven in the countryside; we will certainly aim to visit again and spend more time in this area, Thank you to the owners !

    Thank you for your lovely comments,we would welcome you both back should your path lead you to the Durham area again. Property Owner

    Reviewed by Lauren5.0Aug 2023

  • "Travelling a lot with work I have stayed in lots of accommodation and this cottage is definitely one of the best."

    It is in a beautiful rural location, but close enough to Sedgefield for shopping, restaurants and pubs. I am a keen cyclist and runner. There are many good routes around the area which I took advantage of, the accommodation also had the added benefit of a lockable bicycle storage area which was ideal. The accommodation is spotless and very comfortable. The bed was amazingly comfortable. It was very well equipped. The owners were close by who were very hospitable with nothing being too much trouble. I would highly recommend this cottage and if the opportunity arises I will certainly be booking again in the future.

    Thanks for being such a pleasant and considerate guest and for your review Richard, it was great to read your comments , needless to say we would welcome you back anytime , thanks again Mark and Marian Property Owner

    Reviewed by Richard5.0Jul 2023

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  • New Property
  • Detached, double fronted cottage
  • All ground floor
  • 1x double bedroom and 1x further double Bedroom
  • Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC
  • Kitchen/diner
  • Sitting room with woodburning stove, welcome pack of fuel provided
  • Property will be decorated for Christmas
  • Electric night storage heating
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge and separate freezer, washing machine
  • 43" Smart TV, DVD player, WiFi
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • On-site parking for 2 cars
  • Large, sole-use garden with furniture
  • Sorry, no pets and no smoking
  • Shop 1.4 miles, pub 1.3 miles
  • Lockable bike store
  • There is a single small step to access the cottage of approx 5" and another step indoors to access the kitchen/bedroom area of approx 5"
  • Cot and Highchair available upon request.

The property

Sedgefield 1.3 miles.

Mordon Moor Cottage, neighbouring with the owners on non working, Mordon Moor Farm, rests on Racecourse Road, close to Sedgefield.

The property is detached and has on-site parking, a large, sole use garden within tranquil surroundings.

Combining character with quality furnishings, this cottage is ideal for couples, a small family or group of friends.

A charming and attractive cottage, including wooden roof beams throughout, be welcomed into a sitting room where the glow of a woodburning stove encourages you to relax after the surrounding areas and enjoy a film night or catch up on a good book.

The kitchen/diner has a good selection of amenities to cater to your culinary needs, so you can enjoy a meal together at the dining table.

Follow down through the wide connecting passage into one of the two cosy bedrooms and a bathroom with over shower, sink, WC and bidet complete the accommodation.

Outside, the garden is fantastic, offering rural views of the surrounding countryside and a large lawn space, ideal for reading in the sunshine or enjoying breakfast in the fresh countryside air.

There is also a lockable bike store on hand for cyclists.

Mordon Moor Cottage is within reach of the amenities and attractions of Sedgefield, including Sedgefield Racecourse, ideal for those interested in horse racing, hosting racing days between August and May.

The town offers a selection of pubs, eateries and cafes, including the Impeccable Pig, Dun Cow and The Pickled Parson, as well as local take aways, Sainsburys, Co-Op and convenience stores where you can stock up on essentials.

The town is home to the 18c Hardwick Country Park, however further afield you can spend a day exploring the historic town of Durham, with its shops/bars/café’s etc, as well as riverside walks, the fantastic Durham Cathedral and Castle, a local museum, botanic gardens and river boating.

10 miles South of Sedgefield is Yarm, past winner of the finest High Street in Britain award with many independent shops, cafes, bars and restaurants.

For a day of adventure, visit the "Tees Barrage International Whitewater Centre" in Stockton On Tees for a range of watersport activities or the "Air Trail" which is home to the biggest climbing centre for all the family to enjoy.

Twenty miles away lies the 12th century Barnard Castle, set on a dramatic site above the river Tees.

Indulge in a rural getaway to Durham with a stay at Mordon Moor Cottage.

Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £250.

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About the location


Durham 10.7 miles; Middlesbrough 15.1 miles, Osmotherley 20 miles, Barnard Castle 20 miles, Bamburgh Castle 68 miles

This historic town lies just north of Stockton-on-Tees, in the English county of Durham. It offers many sporting facilities including a golf club, squash club and cricket club, but is more popularly known for its Racecourse, which boasts a friendly reputation and relaxed atmosphere. There are many events on throughout the year, with race meetings dating back to 1846 and even earlier. With its restaurant, bistro and bars, you can enjoy a fun-filled day out with the whole family. The market town of Stockton-on-Tees has two modern shopping centres, yet still retains many of its original yards, most interestingly being Green Dragon Yard housing the Green dragon pub, recording studios and Britain's oldest surviving Georgian Theatre. The River Tees running through the town offers a plethora of watersports activities including rowing and canoeing, as well as dragon boat racing, and pleasant strolls along the Tees Walkway, accessed via the Millenium Footbridge. A day out can be spent with the kids at Air Trail, which boasts the biggest climbing adventure course of its kind in the UK. Set over four levels, with tight ropes, swinging stepping stones and balancing beams floating high above the River Tees, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Middlesbrough offers many places to eat, drink and shop as well as having a thriving nightlife and many attractions worth a visit including, the Dorman Museum, the Institute of Modern Art, and Stewart Park covering 120 acres of woodland and lakes, along with the Captain Cook Birthplace Museum. Other attractions in the area worth a visit are Preston Park Museum and Grounds, Hardwick Hall Country Park and the National Trust's Ormesbury Hall. A holiday of any kind can be enjoyed in this lovely part of England.

Property will be decorated for Christmas

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
  • Christmas