Reviews of all these hotels in Sunderland can be found on the booking pages. Situated on the North Sea coastline, Sunderland-near-the-Sea as it was called, was the historical centre of the shipbuilding and coal mining industries. Find hotels and b&bs in Sunderland well placed for Roker sea front, Empire Theatre, South Shields, Sunderland Stadium of Light and the National Glass Centre
Best Western Tavistock Roker Hotel
Roker Terrace Sunderland Tyne and Wear SR6 9ND
Roker Park was Sunderlands home ground for 100 years before being moved to the Stadium of Light near Sunderland town Centre. Paying homage to the ground, this sea-front hotel just five-minutes from Seaburn enjoys terrific views of the tumultuous North East coastline and boasts 43 traditional en-suite bedrooms. Facilities at the Best Western Roker Hotel include satellite TV and complimentary broadband. The hotel also benefits from two continental restaurants: the Tavistock Italia Restauran ...
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|Name||Miles||Region||Rooms||Type ?||Type ?|
|Best Western Tavistock Roker Hotel||1.7||Sunderland||57||43.65|
|Premier Inn (North West)||2||Sunderland||63||45.00|
|Sunderland Marriott Hotel||2.3||Sunderland||83||59.00|
|Chaise Guest House||1.7||Sunderland||12||38.00|
|Hawksley House Serviced Apartments||0.3||Sunderland||17||99.00|
|Mowbray Park Hotel||0.5||Sunderland||7||60.00|
Sunderland Premier Inn North West can be found in a convenient location off the A1231 and just five-minutes drive from the Stadium of Light making it ideal for away games against Sunderland FC and music events at the stadium. The hotel offers cheap yet basic accommodation and the 24-hour check-in makes it a flexible option for visiting relatives in the Sunderland area and nearby wedding receptions. An onsite Brewers Fayre offers some decent pub food and guests can look forward to a free all-you-breakfast. Hotel rates from £46.00 per room.
Room4U can offer excellent late deals on cheap hotels in Sunderland and guest houses ideal for away games at the Stadium of Light and looking at the works of William Morris at the Cathedral of the Arts and Crafts Movement. For opening times at the National Glass Centre call Sunderland Tourist Information Centre on +44 (0) 191 553 2000. Over the centuries, Sunderland grew as a port, trading coal and salt. Ships began to be built on the river in the 14th century. A person who is born or lives around the Sunderland area is sometimes colloquially known as a Mackem.
Extra photos and hotel reviews from previous guests can also be found on the hotel hompages, helping you make an informed decision on booking a hotel in Sunderland. Visitors can see which rooms are available by clicking on the hotel links above. If no rooms are available on the dates you wish to travel, cheap alternative Sunderland hotels will be suggested.