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County - County Durham | Map
Tel code: 0191 | code search
Postcode: DH6 | code search
Population: 4060
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Birthplace of:
Elizabeth Barrett
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Folk Customs:
Durham Miners Gala
Greatham Sword Dance
Singing from Durham Cathedral Tower

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The Old Mill
"WENT FOR A FAMILY MEAL,SHOWN TO TABLE STRAIGHT AWAY, SERVICE WAS EXCELLENT OFF ALL OF THE STAFF, FOOD WAS EXCEPTIONAL AND GREAT VALUE,GREAT ATMOPHERE WELL WORTH ANOTHER VISIT.

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"What a fantastic day! My husband and I held our wedding reception at The Mill everything was superb, food, atmosphere, service, nothing could be faulted. The Mill offers luxury in ..." More

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"My husband and I went to The Old Mill for a meal to celebrate me getting a new job and we had the most beautiful meal (fillet Steak and all ..." More

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A few miles from Durham, situated between Bowburn and Cornforth within the City of Durham, lies the village of Coxhoe, in the civil parish which also incorporates nearby Quarrington Hill. The village of Coxhoe lies close to the services on the A1(M) motorway road from Scotch Corner to Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Elizabeth Browning spent her childhood in Coxhoe Hall, which was demolished by the National Coal Board on grounds of subsidence. Previously a rural area, Coxhoe was deemed to be a town in decline during the 1970ís but there has been considerable housing development in recent years with a good variety of retail shops and local businesses including service industries. A good road network means easy access to Durham, Darlington, Sunderland and Gateshead Newcastle giving residents a variety of jobs and places of work from which to choose. With its new housing developments, Coxhoe, has become popular amongst commuters, with a variety of properties at all prices, types and sizes to suit most buyers and the twelve mile journey to Sunderland or twenty miles to Newcastle within easy driving distance or to access by local public transport. Several schools are well placed within the parish.

Dentist

Cumberland House Dental Practice
Mr S Cox

Doctor

Woods & Turner

Inn

The Old Mill

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Cricketers
Kicking Cuddy Inn
Poachers Pocket
The Old Mill

School

Coxhoe Primary School
Kelloe Primary School

Taxi

Talbotís Taxis

Sports Clubs

Coxhoe Athletic (Amateur Football)

Shops

J W Grundy
Coates & Sons Butchers
Peters Cathedral Bakers
The Village Green Grocer
M Whitfield Ltd
Flowers by Michell
Alberto's

Places to Stay near Coxhoe

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The Old Mill (0.54 miles)

The Old Mill

The old mill has a welcoming atmosphere in a friendly village location. We are open for food and drink all day from Lunch time through to close making us the ideal choice for a quick ... More | visit website

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Days Inn (0.94 miles)

Days Inn have 14 great locations across the UK, our Durham hotel is ideally situated to be perfect for business, personal, families or just a quick overnighter if youíre stuck. The Days Inn hotel in ... More | visit website
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Hillrise Guest House (1.26 miles)

Hillrise Guest House
Hillrise is a small friendly-run Guest House offering a very high standard of accommodation and home cooked food with a 3 star registration. There is a homely and intimate feel to the Guest Sitting Room ... More | visit website
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Bowburn Hall Hotel (1.79 miles)

Bowburn Hall Hotel

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Bowburn Hall is a small country house hotel with 19 individually decorated bedrooms, approximately 2 miles from Durham City Centre with easy access to the A1(M). All bedrooms en-suite, with ... More

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Honest Lawyer Hotel (3.08 miles)

Honest Lawyer Hotel

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Located on the A167, this hotel offers easy access to Durham Cathedral and Castle in the city centre, as well as Durham University colleges and campuses. Beamish Museum, Durham County Cricket Ground, ... More

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Three Horseshoes Inn (3.22 miles)

Three Horseshoes Inn

The Three Horseshoes, situated within easy reach of the beautiful city of Durham, is a comfortable Old Country Inn with a well- stocked cellar, good food and first-class accommodation.

We have a function room available for ... More | visit website

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Seven Stars Inn (3.31 miles)

Seven Stars Inn
The Seven Stars Inn, dating from 1724, is a traditional English country Inn located on the edge of picturesque Shincliffe village, only one and a half miles from the centre of Durham city and ... More | visit website
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The Pump House (3.63 miles)

The Pump House
The apartments at The Pump House are furnished to the highest standards, Apartment 1 is a large Studio Apartment and Apartment 2 comes complete with separate living room and bedroom, both are comfortable and modern ... More | visit website
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Collingwood College (3.99 miles)

Collingwood College

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Whether you are planning a week stay or a short break Collingwood is the ideal base for your group visit to the North East. ... More | visit website

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Hardwick Hall Hotel (4.18 miles)

Hardwick Hall Hotel

Hardwick Hall Hotel is a beautiful country house hotel set within English parkland. There are superb new deluxe and premier bedrooms with views over the parkland, antique furnishings, hi-tech entertainment systems and spacious bathrooms. The ... More | visit website

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