Manor House 1707

About Us

Welcome our web site of The Manor House in Sedgefield.

We are proud to be owners of this Grade II* (the * is very important!) listed building of historical importance.

The Manor House was built in 1707 by Judge Robert Wright of London who subsequently became Chief Justice of Carolina in pre-independent America and whose son, Sir James Wright became Royal Governor of Georgia and is interred in the North Transept of Westminster Abbey.

The Manor House is now a multi-activity centre and is home to various businesses.  It is a venue for weddings, celebrations, business events and conferences and gigs.

Sedgefield is a vibrant County Durham town and The Manor House sits proudly overlooking the village green.

We operate The Manor House through our business Manor House (1707) Ltd. And we hope that you find all that you need to know about this prestigious venue in these pages.

Yours sincerely,
E E Parsons     V Parsons
Ean & Vivienne Parsons
The Manor House, Sedgefield