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Hackett Property Serviced Apartments, Sunderland, Tyne and Wear

Hackett Property Serviced Apartments
Hawksley House
26-28 John Street

Sunderland
Tyne and Wear

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Hawksley House is located in the heart of Sunderland city centre and is situated opposite Sunderland Museum and Winter Gardens. The building is a superb converted Victorian building and boasts a fantastic oak staircase leading to a galleried landing with a beautiful stained glass dome above. A vast range of restaurants; bars; clubs and cultural attractions are located within a short walk. All of the apartments have been individually designed to reflect the ambience of the building. Complemented with everything expected in a 4* equivalent hotel room with the benefit of each apartment having washer/dryer; dishwasher; a comprehensive range kitchenware; cutlery and crockery – otherwise everything required! The two Premium Apartments; have fantastic architectural features and grandeur.

Hawksley House is sunderlands city centres only 4* Accomodation and the place to stay when visiting this vibrant city.<

Please contact us for special discounts for extended stays.

Please Note: Check In is from 14:30 Hackett Property are not located on site; keys can be collected from our office until 18.00; out of hours key collection can be arranged by prior agreeement. Check Out is at 11:30. The apartments are no smoking. Regrettably we cannot accept Pets.

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