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Serviced Apartments@The Mowbray, Sunderland, Tyne and Wear

Serviced Apartments@The Mowbray
Borough Road
Sunderland
Tyne and Wear

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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 Centre is an exciting place to visit and Mowbray Apartments is on the doorstep of a great selection of pubs and resturants, cultural attractions including the Sunderland Museum and Winter Gardens which is located adjacent to the apartments, The Empire Theatre and The Stadium of Light only five minutes away by car. Our apartments are a perfect place to stay. Please note check our booking conditions relating to key collection as we are not located on site and based 3 minutes walk from Mowbray Apartments,All apartments are spacious and furnished to an extremely high standard with every you would expect in a hotel room with more. Each apartment has a spacious living area, kitchen with integrated appliances, bathroom with shower, wash hand basin and wc and all apartments have tv with digital tv, DVD player, hospitality tray, hairdryer and toiletries. Many apartments have balconies overlooking the award winning Mowbray Park or Sunderland Museum and Winter Gardens. A perfect place to stay. Book now!

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