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The Seaton Lane Inn
Seaton Lane
Seaham
County Durham

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A warm welcome awaits you at the Seaton Lane Inn located in the lovely county Durham. We are a traditional British pub is situated in Seaton Village on the outskirts of the sea side town of Seaham. We offer a superb a' la Carte menu along with traditional bar meals; also catering for vegetarians. We also offer a traditional Sunday Lunch menu. Bookings for the restaurant is certainly recommended. The meat; fish and vegetable produce are top quality and locally sourced so they are at their freshest every day.If you enjoy the taste of traditional British food or something a bit different then this is the place for you.We are situated in Seaton; County Durham; which is easily accessible traveling both North and South on the A19. Travelling A19 (North) take the exit signposted A1018 and proceed to the roundabout. at the roundabout take the second exit and proceed to the traffic lights. At the traffic lights turn left. Travelling A10 (South) take the exit signposted B1404 Seaham. At the end of the slip road turn right. We are located approximately 100 yards on the left.

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