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Newcastle Upon Tyne

Newcastle Upon Tyne

Newcastle upon Tyne lies in the County of Tyne and Wear in North-East England. This lively city holds a veritable treasure trove of attractions and activities to take part in. Discover Newcastle's trendy Quayside area, which is home to an excellent selection of vibrant bars, theatres and shops. Explore historical attractions, local museums and galleries in the broader Tyne and Wear area. Experience the rich local culture, which is felt throughout the city, by cheering on Newcastle United with the Toon Army. Shoppers can investigate the many boutique stores on the cobbled streets of High Bridge and bargain hunt at the Metro Centre or Eldon Square. Polish it all off with some pub grub, gourmet cuisine or a cocktail in one of the many trendy restaurants and bars in Ouseburn Valley.

We love Newcastle upon Tyne because...

  • Trendy Quayside area
  • Rich local culture
  • Great dining scene
Hotels in Newcastle Upon Tyne
Grey Street Hotel
2-12 Grey Street, Newcastle Upon Tyne NE1 6EE

A beautiful, boutique hotel only minutes from Newcastle’s famous Quayside on Grey Street.

2 nights from
£ 82.50pp
Grey Street Hotel
2-12 Grey Street, Newcastle Upon Tyne NE1 6EE

A beautiful, boutique hotel only minutes from Newcastle’s famous Quayside on Grey Street.

New Northumbria Hotel
61-73 Osborn Road, Newcastle Upon Tyne NE2 2AN

New Northumbria Hotel is perfectly located in the leafy, peaceful suburb of Jesmond. Highlights include its Mexican and Latin American restaurant and the amazing Osbornes Bar and Diner.

2 nights from
£ 75.00pp
New Northumbria Hotel
61-73 Osborn Road, Newcastle Upon Tyne NE2 2AN

New Northumbria Hotel is perfectly located in the leafy, peaceful suburb of Jesmond. Highlights include its Mexican and Latin American restaurant and the amazing Osbornes Bar and Diner.

The County Hotel
Neville Street, Newcastle Upon Tyne NE1 5DF

This centrally located hotel provides guests with wonderful accommodation, which fuses the Victorian history of the building, with modern service and style.

2 nights from
£ 69.00pp
The County Hotel
Neville Street, Newcastle Upon Tyne NE1 5DF

This centrally located hotel provides guests with wonderful accommodation, which fuses the Victorian history of the building, with modern service and style.

The Vermont Hotel
Castle Garth, Newcastle Upon Tyne NE11 1RQ

The excellent atmosphere of this hotel adds to its charm, and guests will enjoy the fabulous views from the hotel as well as the central location.

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The Vermont Hotel
Castle Garth, Newcastle Upon Tyne NE11 1RQ

The excellent atmosphere of this hotel adds to its charm, and guests will enjoy the fabulous views from the hotel as well as the central location.

In and around Newcastle Upon Tyne

Victoria Tunnel

This excellently preserved waggon way dates back to the 19th century, and lies under the city – connecting the Town Moor to the Tyne. Coal was transported through the tunnel, until 1939 when the tunnel was used as a shelter by the town’s residents against the air raids in World War II. The tunnel is now open for guided tours, where the passionate staff can offer insight into this fascinating piece of history.

The Cathedral Church of St Nicholas

This stunning building has offered a place for prayer and reflection for more than 900 years. Founded in 1091, the building was destroyed in a fire and rebuilt in 1350, with many renovations taking place over the years. St Nicholas is the patron saint of sailors and this is apt, as the cathedral towers over the River Tyne, and provides sailors with their main navigation point. The Cathedral also features one of the largest collections of ledger stones in Europe.

Beamish Museum

An open-air museum, which aims to preserve the history of the local area during the height of the Industrial Revolution. Learn about the late Victorian and Edwardian era, walking through restored and replicated buildings, viewing artefacts along with vehicles and equipment of the time as well as the costumed staff, who bring the museum to life. This is a magical experience, which seems to really transport you back in time.

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