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    Bedrooms 18
  • From £70 per room per night

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You may be looking for an ideal base to savour the best of all the North East of England has to offer. That place is the tastefully decorated Seaton Lane Inn boutique hotel.

Situated by a country road through a village, it is only a few hundred yards from the A19 – making is less than 30 minutes to Newcastle upon Tyne and equally convenient for Durham City. Sunderland is just minutes away.

The Seaton Lane Inn has come a long way from its early incarnation as a blacksmith’s forge; it now incorporates a stylish lounge/dining area, traditional bar and a two-storey hotel attached to the original building.

The pub is run by owners who lead a talented team. Their purpose is to make your stay at the Seaton Lane Inn a memorable one – for all the right reasons. These include the friendliness of the staff, the affable type of clientèle you meet in a country inn, a tempting and varied menu (try the seafood) and wide range of beers, including excellent cask conditioned ales served from the handpump, wines and spirits.

You can relax in the comfort of the lounge, which has Sky TV, or join the regulars in the adjacent bar, which can get busy if there’s a Sunderland match on Sky!

The hotel’s boutique-style bedrooms have been tastefully furnished by a top quality interior design team decorated in different styles to a high standard and equipped with plasma TV, WiFi and king-size and super king-size beds.

En-suite shower rooms are of a high standard and hair dryers and tea and coffee making facilities are provided. There is also luxury, ground floor accommodation for disabled guests.

Door entry is by card key and guests can take their choice of visiting other North East attractions – or spend a relaxing evening enjoying the culinary delights and friendly atmosphere of the Seaton Lane Inn’s restaurant, lounge and bar.

Dining at The Seaton Lane 

All meals served in the Seaton Lane Inn’s tastefully furnished restaurant are offered with a selection of fresh market vegetables or homemade chunky chips, a favorite of many regulars.

The team have worked with suppliers to create a menu which has been extremely well received by both residents and regular customers alike.

The chef is very particular about the quality of the fish and meat he buys in, sourcing fresh produce from a local farm butcher and fish suppliers from North Sheilds and Hartlepool.

The Seaton Lane Inn’s traditional Sunday Lunch menu has become famous for its excellence and quality, and our special daytime menu, which includes light and healthy options, is proving to be very popular, which complements the luxurious yet affordable evening menu.

For more information and to book please click the purple button which leads directly to their website. 

Ratings

  • AA 4 Star
National Rating
AA
4 * rating
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    Double En-Suite 

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    Sleeps 2
  • From £70 per room per night
  • The Seaton Lane Inn, Seaton
  • The Seaton Lane Inn, Seaton

The double rooms are all en-suite and have a TV / radio, WiFi, hairdryer and tea & coffee making facilities. 

Single occupancy from £69.95, double occupancy from £89.95.

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    Twin En-Suite 

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    Sleeps 2
  • From £70 per room per night
  • The Seaton Lane Inn, Seaton
  • The Seaton Lane Inn, Seaton

The twin rooms are all en-suite and have a TV / radio, WiFi, hairdryer and tea & coffee making facilities.

Single occupancy from £69.95, double occupancy from £89.95.

 

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