The Rosedene

Originally a grand Georgian mansion built as part of a smaller estate in 1830 and was known as Cresswell House. It was oulled down and re-erected in its current location as an exact duplicate. It became a Vaux public house in 1964 and is now a popular family-friendly bar with a restaurant. Serving traditional pub food in the bar and in its restaurant, it is very popular with the locals.  Booking in the restaurant is advised, walk-ins welcome to eat in the bar.

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2013 marked 21 years since Sunderland city status from HM The Queen, on 23rd March 1992.

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