Hotels in Sunderland
The name Sunderland is believed to come from the ancient Anglo-Saxon naming ‘Soender-land’, ‘soender’ which means to part, which is a reference to the valley carved by the River Wear that Sunderland is built upon.
With Infotel’s section of cheap hotels in Sunderland, you will not want ‘to part’ with this amazing city.
The city has its own university - The University of Sunderland, which was awarded the best University in England for providing the best student experience in 2006.
In March 2006 the city adopted the HMS Ocean as its ship and St Benedict Biscop as its patron saint.
Sunderland station receives regular trains from, Newcastle, Middlesborough. Durham, Leeds, Manchester, London and York.
Several major A-roads go through or near to Sunderland, including the A1, making it an ideal stopover place for travelling around the UK or for just a break.
Just 10 miles from the city near Durham is the Ramside Hall hotel, a very well equipped facility, this hotel offers spa resources such as a pool, Jacuzzi and sauna. The site also has its very own helipad and gold championship course.
At just £30 a night the Terrace guesthouse provides the cheapest accommodation in Sunderland and is set on the Roker seafront.
The Mowbray guesthouse is a 4-star facility and has received many good reviews.
The Sunderland Marriott offers sea views and spacious rooms; with its indoor swimming pool as well, the hotel is a wonderful place for a weekend break. Equipped with a fitness centre as well you can relax and get fit all in the Sunderland Marriott.
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