Chaise Guest House

5 Roker Terrace, Roker, Sunderland, Durham SR6
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Accomodation in Sunderland

by Helrnd

My Fiance is going into Sunderland Hospital on March 29th for a week at least, we live in East Yorkshire and really dont fancy driving up and down there everyday so have decided to stay over in sunderland.
Can anyone recommmend somewhere cheap and cheerful to stay thats near to the hospital but not in the middle of nowhere I'm a smoker so would prefer somehwhere that lets you smoke on the premises as dont fancy going outside after dark, preferabely with a little bar as well so I dont have to sit in my room all night


Re: Accomodation in Sunderland

by ghosthunter

Yeah i know what you mean about that journey Helen. I stayed in sunderland sat night ( after watching them beat west ham ) & decided to visit whitby on the way home. nice part of the country but the roads are pretty awful. I stayed in the premierlodge, which if you book when offers are on costs only £25 per room per night. There is a restaurant with a bar joined onto the hotel. smoking rooms are also available.

Travel Tips for Sunderland

Dont call us "geordies"

by rob-craig

When visiting Sunderland do not offend the local people by calling them or suggesting that they sound like "geordies",as you will soon find out that the warm welcoming hospitality soon goes cold.We are "Wearsiders" or "Mackems"

Marsden Rocks (I)

by steventilly

Marseden Rocks are a formation of rock stacks a few yards offshore from the cliffs. As well as their scenic beauty they also provide an important breeding ground for Cormorants, having the largest breeding colony in the North East. The cliffs are also an important breeding site for Kittewakes.
This archway of rock collapsed in the 90's and a famous North East landmark was gone (see next tip).


by steventilly

Sitting on the mouth of the River Wear up in the North East of England, Sunderland was once, along with its near neighbours Newcastle and Middlesbrough, a great shipbuilding centre. The rivers once teamed with vessels and the banks were crammed with shipyards. 25% of all ships built during the war were built in Sunderland.
Like Newcastle too, Sunderland was a centre of the coalmining industry, having collieries of it's own and also being the major seaport of County Durham, with all its collieries.
Both of these industries have all but vanished from the region, leaving a great void in Sunderland that has taken some time to fill. The jobs that have come, with the exception of the Nissan car plant, seem to be largely in the "call centre" type of role, with whole industrial parks being filled by a variety of call centres. While being important to the economy of the region, these jobs are far removed from the mighty industries of the past that are now gone, never to return.


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 Chaise Guest House

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Address: 5 Roker Terrace, Roker, Sunderland, Durham SR6