List number: 1025376
List grade: 2
Post code: NE30 4ER
Grid ref: NZ3695069874

Grand Hotel, Tynemouth


The Grand Hotel is located on Grand Parade, by the sea front at Tynemouth. It was originally built in 1872 as seaside house for Duchess of Northumberland, by Thomas Moore of Sunderland (architect of Monkwearmouth Station and Corby Hall in Sunderland)[1]. It became a hotel in 1877.[2] The hotel is a Grade II listed building.

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002600:The Grand Hotel Tynemouth

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Grand Hotel, Tynemouth

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The Grand Hotel, Grand Parade, NE30

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Inside the Grand Hotel, Tynemouth

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The Grand Hotel

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Grand Hotel, Tynemouth

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GRAND HOTEL - Tynemouth - List Entry
- "Hotel. 1872 by Thomas Moore of Sunderland. Sandstone ashlar with Welsh slate roof. French and Italian design elements. 3 storeys, attic and basement; 5 bays. Central door has carved spandrels ...

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Tyne and Wear HER(7342): Tynemouth, Grand Parade, Grand Hotel
- "Hotel. 1872 by Thomas Moore of Sunderland (architect of Monkwearmouth Station and Corby Hall in Sunderland). Sandstone ashlar with Welsh slate roof. French and Italian design elements. Three storeys, attic ...

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Grand Hotel, Tynemouth
- Official Website of the hotel. Includes a page on it's history.

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The Grand Hotel

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The Grand Hotel in Tynemouth

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