Out and About
Convenient to reach yet tucked away and surrounded by fields and farms, that's our village!
Sadberge is nestled on its own hill, close to Darlington, Yarm, Eaglescliffe and Stockton-on-Tees, just a stones throw from the A66.
There's plenty to see and do around and about but here are some of our recommendations: -
Sadberge itself has a number of walks and bridleways to explore you can also get refreshment at the Village Hall Coffee Lounge, while there you can delve in to the history of Sadberge which is displayed on their walls
If you're an animal lover there’s a Dogs Trust vistors Centre just up the road and a Catery just outside of Sadberge.
We're only a few minutes from Durham Tees Valley Airport with great connections to the continent.
Or if your feeling more extreme Sky St.George have great facilties for tandem Skydives. www.skydivestgeorge.co.uk
Just 20 minutes away and a hive of activity. Walk by the river, mooch around the shops and marvel at the old viaduct. There’s always something to do in Yarm.
The Best High Street in Britain, as voted for by BBC Breakfast viewers! Yarm’s town centre is dominated by a cobbled High Street which runs along the centre of the loop formed by the Tees. At the centre of the High Street is the little Dutch style Town Hall built in 1710 by Viscount Fauconberg, who was Lord of the Manor of Yarm.
A marker on Yarm’s Town Hall in the High Street marks the height of the mighty flood of 1771 which reached seven feet above ground level.
Home of the railways, no less, but also home to boutique shops and plenty of leisure activities.