- Reviews: 17
Braeside Holiday Guesthouse: Lovely bed and breakfast run by local man
The Braeside offers comfortable accommodation at an affordable price. It is right near to the university, so parents visiting their children will have a great place to stay.
Only one room (the fifties room) has a bathroom. The others share a bathroom and have a basin. But the Scandinavian room does have its own shower.
The Northern breakfasts are lovely!
There are three themed bedrooms- 1950's, Scandinavian and Seafaring.
There is a victorian lounge in which to have your breakfast, and the 'Black and White' lounge to listen to music.
The guesthouse is run by people who know Sunderland well and can advise you on almost anything.
The owner also offers golfing and takes visitors out on trips himself.
- Reviews: 3247
Seaburn Hotel/Sunderland Marriot: Art Deco Splendour
The Seaburn Hotel was part of the Swallow chain, owned by the people who once owned the City's Vaux Brewery. Now it's the Sunderland Marriott. It is probably the best hotel in Sunderland, the glass front here houses the swimming pool and fitess centre! The new annexe to the left harls back to the 20's with its art deco frontage.
Price is from 70 to 180 pounds for a double room, per night, including full english breakfast.
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