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Seaham Hall Hotel, Seaham (Seaham)

Seaham Hall Hotel © DCC 2002
Seaham Hall Hotel © DCC 2002

Seaham Hall Hotel © DCC 2003
Seaham Hall Hotel © DCC 2003

Seaham Hall Hotel © DCC 2003
Seaham Hall Hotel © DCC 2003

Seaham Hall, originally built as a country house within its own private grounds circa 1790, the building is a grade II listed building protected by law.(1) It is recorded that Seaham Hall was used as the 28th Durham VA Hospital during the First World War (2). Now known and used as Seaham Hall Hotel.

Reference number:D36097
Historical period: Post Medieval (1540 to 1901)
First World War (1914 to 1918)
Legal status:Listed Building
  • National Heritage List for England Entry Number: 1221665
Event(s):Turning the Tide Project 1997 - 1998; Archaeological Services University of Durham
Watching brief of The Service Range at Seaham Hall 1998 - 2000; Peter Ryder, Historic Building Consultant
Trial trenching at Seaham, Seaham Hall Hotel, 2007; Archaeological Services University of Durham

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See also:
Source of Reference
Local History of Seaham


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