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Welcome to The Seaton Lane Inn

Address: Seaton Lane, Seaham, Seaham, SR7 0LP

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Situated 5 minutes’ drive from the County Durham coastline, The Seaton Lane Inn features free on-site parking and is just over 10 miles from Durham city centre. Go-karting, paintballing, golf courses and angling are a few of the pursuits available just a few minutes away from The Seaton. Free Wi-Fi is featured in all rooms at Seaton Lane, as well as a private shower room, plasma TV and king-size or super king-size beds. Hairdryers and tea/coffee making facilities are also provided, and there is ground floor accommodation for disabled guests. Fresh market vegetables or homemade chunky chips are served with all meals in the hotel’s restaurant. Fresh produce sourced from local farm butchers and fish suppliers are used to create the dishes on offer. A traditional Sunday lunch is available, as well as a full English breakfast. Sunderland city centre is only a 15-minute drive from the hotel, and junction 62 of the A1 motorway is just 9 miles away.

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City of Sunderland College - Select One

City of Sunderland College - Select One

Distance 3.5 miles (5.6 km)
City of Sunderland College is a sixth form and further education college based in Sunderland. The College has established four sixth form colleges, namely, Bede Sixth Form Academy, Usworth Sixth Form College, St. Peters Sixth Form College and the Headways Sixth Form Centre. The College delivers a wide range of programmes to obtain L levels, HND, NCFE, OCR, CGLI, BTECs, HNC, NVQ, GCSEs, and foundation degrees. It also offers flexible distance learning programs, in addition to part-time and full-time courses.

The University of Sunderland - University

The University of Sunderland - University

Distance 4.13 miles (6.6 km)
The University of Sunderland, a public university, was established in 1901. It is located in Sunderland and currently enrolls 17,207 students. The University is divided into 5 different schools, each catering to a different faculty. They are: School of Arts, Design, Media and Culture, School of Business, Law and Psychology, School of Computing and Technology, School of Education and Lifelong Learning and the School of Health, Natural and Social Sciences. The University offers over 2,000 rooms that are built in 5 residence halls for its students.

Sunderland Centre - Town Centre

Sunderland Centre - Town Centre

Distance 4.3 miles (6.88 km)
Sunderland is a place full of history, from the industrial heritage of shipbuilding, rope making and glass blowing to the important religious history of the area. It was here that England's first stained glass window was produced and installed and also where one of the earliest Christian buildings in England was erected (a wall of which still remains in St. Peters Church). Once one of the worlds most important shipbuilding towns, Sunderland built ships that travelled the world over and from the Wearmouth Bridge you can still see the remaining shipbuilding area. Sunderland has gone through, and still is going through a period of redevelopment and renewal but already the city has built a whole new reputation for itself.

Sunderland Football Club - Football Club

Sunderland Football Club - Football Club

Distance 4.86 miles (7.78 km)
It is totally enclosed and is the largest new football ground so far to be built in England. The stadium itself is truly magnificent and I would say that it is one of the best (if not the best) stadiums in England. It is composed of two three tiered stands (at one end and one side of the pitch), whilst the others are two tiered. Unfortunately, sitting at the back of the highest tiers means a limited view of the majority of the stadium, hence the feeling of being a bit cut off. The West Stand also has a row of executive boxes (which you can sit outside if you wish). There is a large electronic scoreboard at either end. You really have to experience not only the stadium but also the occasion that is Sunderland to believe it.