Hedgefield House offers guest accommodation in a unique setting with friendly, personal, caring service.
Hedgefield House has a colourful history, prior to being used as guest accommodation. Hedgefield House dates back to 1804, with documented evidence that it was the first home in Britain to have a telephone installed. In 1877, the inventor of the telephone, Alexander Graham Bell, made the first experimental telephone call to an underground site, the local coal mine.
Hedgefield House offers guest accommodation in a unique setting with friendly, personal, caring service. On site we provide a continental breakfast in the morning, guest access to a gym and sauna room and wi-fi throughout the house. Near to Hedgefield House, in Ryton, Blaydon and Throckley, there is a wide choice of local restaurants offering quality food
Hedgefield House is an excellent option for guests coming to the Great North Run or looking for extra accommodation for weddings at Close House.
This hotel is the best I have ever stayed in. The outside was like something out of pride and prejudice.
Gemma B - Grimsby