Seaham Hall & Serenity Spa
Seaham Hall & Serenity Spa


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Tel code: 0191 | code search
Postcode: SR7 | code search
Population: 22000
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Folk Customs:
Durham Miners Gala
Greatham Sword Dance
Singing from Durham Cathedral Tower

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Seaham Hall & Serenity Spa
"We thought Seaham hall was extraordinary. The staff were exceptional in every respect and the food out of this world. The area provides for some good (but bracing) walks and ..." More

Seaham Car Boot
"Welcome! I have a question. I heard that in winter the market is transferred to the halls. I do not know if I can come on Sunday, and that the ..." More

Engineers Arms
"the engineers arms has had numorous owners over the last few years it it now under new management very warm and friendly and weekly karaoke everyone welcome

Date visited: 30/08/12 ..." More

Travel Tip

"Town with historical old church, five star Seaham Hall Hotel & Oriental Spa, a rich heritage, promenade, cafe and port now open, area to be regenerated more to attract visitors ..." More

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I love coming up to Seaham, especially the beach,its so ...More

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Latest reviews | Events in Seaham | 10 Places to Stay

Formerly Seaham Harbour, Seaham is a small town on the North Sea coastline of County Durham in north east England. Twinned with the German town of Gerlingen, situated thirteen miles east of the city of Durham and six miles south of Sunderland with which it has historic ties. A small farming community until the early nineteenth century, the harbour was built in 1828 by the 3rd Marquess of Londonderry who bought the estate from the Milbankes, whose daughter Anne Isabella Milbanke was married for a short time to Lord Byron. Built to aid the transport of goods from local industries it proved inadequate for the tonnage of coal being mined from nearby collieries so It was the 6th Marquess who commissioned engineers to reclaim the land, extend and deepen the dock, officially opening in 1905. Seaham grew in the 1920’s when the main collieries opened but by the 1990’s, a number of mine-related deaths finally caused the last of the collieries to be closed, a process which caused irreparable damage to the local economy, from which it has struggled to recover. During the early part of this century however, Seaham was completely regenerated. Offering some of the best beaches in the country, these were fully restored and designated in 2001 as a ‘heritage coast’. In 2002 Seaham won the Outstanding Achievement in Regeneration Award in the Turning The Tide project jointly with the Eden Project.


Brown & Sutherland
J G A Services
R Gale


Fun Shack

Care Home

Cedar Court
Seaham View
Trinity House


Dance - SunSitySalsa


Mr M L Robson
Princess Road Dental Practice


Dr Reddy & Dr Reddy
Dusad & Partners
George & Partners
Kapoor KR & AL
Murton Medical Group

Estate Agent

Halifax Property Services
Jonathon Lewis Estate Agents & Letting Agents
Pattinson Keith

Golf Club

Seaham Golf Club

Health and Fitness Club

Marlbro Health & Fitness Club
Seaham Leisure Centre


Seaham Car Boot

Pub and Bar

Dalton Park Inn
Duke Of Wellington
Engineers Arms
Noah's Ark
Sylvia's Bar
The Dun Cow
The George
The Innbetween
The Kestrel
The Seaton Lane Inn


Taste of Italy
The Mallard


Camden Square Infant School
Deneside Infant & Junior Primary School
Jubilee Primary School
New Seaham Primary School
Parkside Infant School

Princess Road Junior School
Seaham Comprehensive School
St Cuthbert’s RC Primary School
St Magdalene RC Primary School
Westlea Primary School


Kenneth M Barrow & Co


Premier Taxis


Seaton Veterinary Centre

Sports Clubs

Dawdon Welfare CC (Cricket)
Murton CC (Cricket)
Seaham Park CC (Cricket)
Seaham Red Star (Amateur Football)


Bongos Blooms
Mencap Garden Centre
The Wooden Rose Company
Fins & Paws
J F Eilbeck Chemists Ltd
Wags 2 Whiskers
Seaham Optical Ltd

Taming The Wild Garden Service
Wags to Whiskers Dog Grooming
T Angus & Sons
Evans Bakery
Peter Morland Bakery
Angus Delicatessen
Elves Greengrocers
Farnsworth Fruit & veg
Park Lane Stores
Beat Route Cafe
Cafe Cream
F Valente
Eastshore Fisheries
Seaham Chippy Ambleside
Crabtree and Evelyn
Hallmark Cards
Wags 2 Whiskers Dog Grooming


Massive Attack Paintball(Adventure)
Easington Cycling(Cycling)

Seaham Sea Angling Club(Fishing)
Sharpley Springs & Sharpley Waters(Fishing)
Ramblers Club(Walking)

Places to Stay near Seaham

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The Harbour View (0.16 miles)

The Harbour View
The Harbour View Hotel is set in an enviable position facing the sea in Seaham Harbour. Within easy travelling distance of Sunderland and Durham this place is everything you would expect from a seaside hotel. ... More | visit website
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Serviced Apartments@The Mowbray (4.86 miles)

Serviced Apartments@The Mowbray

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Serviced Apartments@ The Mowbray offers its guests accommodation in this fantastic contemporary development located in the heart of Sunderland City Centre adjacent to Sunderland Museum and Winter Gardens. Sunderland City ... More

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Hackett Property Serviced Apartments (4.88 miles)

Hackett Property Serviced Apartments
Hawksley House is located in the heart of Sunderland city centre and is situated opposite Sunderland Museum and Winter Gardens. The building is a superb converted Victorian building and boasts a fantastic oak staircase ... More | visit website
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Hawksley House (4.88 miles)

Hawksley House

Hawksley House offers guests a home from home. A range of one and two bedroom serviced apartments located in Sunderland City Centre, all individually designed and complemented with everything expected in a 4* equivalent hotel ... More | visit website

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Mowbray Apartments (4.91 miles)

Mowbray Apartments

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Serviced Apartments at The Mowbray offers its guests a home from home in the most opulent surroundings. Set in the heart of the city centre ... More

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Travelodge Sunderland Central (5.10 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Gables Hotel (5.76 miles)

Gables Hotel

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A family run hotel with after dinner entertainment provided by mine host. Five miles east of Durham City, on the B1283 road at Haswell Plough. John and Dorcas Milner have been ... More

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Queen Vic (5.85 miles)

The Queen Vic is located very close to the beach, and has undergone huge refurbishment. It has an ideal location for both corporate and leisure customers. It has restaurant that offers a large menu to ... More | visit website

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Highfield Hotel (5.86 miles)

Highfield Hotel

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For whatever reason you have chosen to visit the North East, you will find that the Highfield Hotel is ideally situated for all amenities.As a base for your holiday you ... More

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Best Western Roker Hotel (6.02 miles)

Best Western Roker Hotel

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The Best Western Roker Hotel Sunderland has been a landmark on the stunning North East coastline for decades and offers visitors an unparalleled view of the sea. This ... More | visit website

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