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Pullman Lodge Hotel
Whitburn Road
Seaburn

Sunderland
Tyne and Wear

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Original Orient Express carriage restaurant. A Family run hotel offering a good standard of accommodation service and comfort for both business and private users. The food served in our restaurant is of the highest quality. The bar is a popular meeting place for clients and locals.

Situated on one of the North East`s most unspoiled beaches, visitors can enjoy a leisurely stroll along the broad promenade or travel a short distance to some of Northumbria`s great Heritage sites. You are less than ten miles from the historic city of Durham and one of Europe`s largest shopping complexes, the Metro Centre.

The Pullman Lodge is a privately owned and personally run modern hotel with its unique railway style offering the discerning visitor every modern convenience in a unique environment. The hotel has 16 en-suite bedrooms, a bar, and a restaurant that overlooks the seafront.

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Number of Rooms: 16
Number Ensuite: 16

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Double: From £45
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