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15 Westgate Road
NE1 1SE Newcastle upon Tyne
9.7 / 10
from £ 50
Malmaison Newcastle
NE1 3DX Newcastle upon Tyne
from £ 85
Grainger Hotel
1-3 Graingerville North, Westgate Road
NE4 6UJ Newcastle upon Tyne
from £ 33
Hotel Du Vin Newcastle
Allan House, City Road
NE1 2BE Newcastle upon Tyne
from £ 84
Cairn Hotel - Newcastle
97/103 Osborne Road, Jesmond
NE2 2TJ Newcastle upon Tyne
4.6 / 10
from £ 50
Royal Station Hotel
Neville Street
NE1 5DH Newcastle upon Tyne
6.7 / 10
from £ 55
Express Rooms Roselodge House
Benwell Lane 86-110
NE15 6RU Newcastle upon Tyne
from £ 20
Carlton Hotel
82-86 Osborne Road
NE2 2AP Newcastle upon Tyne
from £ 35
Rooms Inn Hotel
West Parade 31
NE4 7LB Newcastle upon Tyne
from £ 30
Staybridge Suites Newcastle
Buxton Street
NE1 6NL Newcastle upon Tyne
9.1 / 10
Holiday Inn Express Newcastle City Centre
Waterloo Sq. St. James Blvd.
NE1 4DN Newcastle upon Tyne
8.1 / 10
Holiday Inn Express Newcastle-Metro Centre
Clasper Way, Swalwell
NE16 3BE Newcastle upon Tyne
8.8 / 10
Holiday Inn Newcastle-Jesmond
Jesmond Road
NE2 1PR Newcastle upon Tyne
8.8 / 10
Holiday Inn Newcastle Upon Tyne
Great North RD, Seaton Burn
NE13 6BP Newcastle upon Tyne
6.6 / 10
Novotel Newcastle Airport
Ponteland Road Kenton
NE3 3HZ Newcastle upon Tyne
8.0 / 10
Mercure Newcastle George Washington Hotel Golf and Spa
Stone Cellar Road
NE37 1PH Newcastle upon Tyne
8.0 / 10
Britannia Newcastle Airport Hotel
Ponteland, Woolsington
NE13 8DJ Newcastle upon Tyne
6.2 / 10
from £ 34
Whites Hotel
38/42 Osborne Road
NE2 2AL Newcastle upon Tyne
from £ 32
Euro Hostel
17 Carliol Square
NE1 6UQ Newcastle upon Tyne
8.0 / 10
from £ 28
Marriott Newcastle Gosforth Park Hotel
High Gosforth Park
NE3 5HN Newcastle upon Tyne
8.2 / 10
Caledonian Hotel Newcastle
Osborne Road
NE2 2AT Newcastle upon Tyne
7.0 / 10
from £ 49
Horton Grange
Berwick Hill Road
NE13 6BU Newcastle upon Tyne
from £ 74
Front Street Whickham
NE16 4JG Newcastle upon Tyne
9.0 / 10
from £ 74
Jurys Inn Newcastle
Scotswood Road
NE1 4AD Newcastle upon Tyne
7.7 / 10
from £ 59
Vermont Hotel
Castle Garth
NE1 1RQ Newcastle upon Tyne
7.5 / 10
from £ 99
Travelodge Newcastle Seaton Burn
A1 Gosforth, Front Street, Seaton Burn
NE13 6EP Newcastle upon Tyne
Travelodge Newcastle Airport Hotel
Kenton Bank
NE3 3TY Newcastle upon Tyne
3.2 / 10
Best Western New Kent Hotel
Osborne Rd, Jesmond
NE2 2TB Newcastle upon Tyne
5.3 / 10
358 Westgate Road
NE4 6NU Newcastle upon Tyne
8.7 / 10
Hotel Indigo Newcastle
2/8 Fenkle Street
NE1 5XU Newcastle upon Tyne
Pride of the North East

Newcastle is a very popular city located in the North East of England. It has a very dedicated local following. Locals are known as Geordies and most prefer to remain in the city where they were born rather than migrate to any of the larger cities in England such as Manchester or London.

The city traces its roots back to Roman times and owes its name to the castle built in 1080 by William the Conqueror’s son, but it is most famous for its contribution to ship building. In the 16th century it was one of the most famous shipbuilding and ship repair yards in the world.

Unfortunately during the 20th century this industry was in decline but more recently the city has recovered well and is now a thriving commercial city.

Tyne Bridge and Quayside

The most famous landmark in Newcastle is the Tyne Bridge over the River Tyne and was built in 1928 and opened by King George V. It still remains a remarkable sight that crosses the vast Tyne River onto Gateshead and can be seen from miles away.

There is also a very popular and picturesque area called the Quayside that is modern and hosts a recently built Gateshead Millenium bridge and an impressive Arts Centre.

Eating Delights

There are a wide variety of restaurants in the town including Italian, Indian, Japanese and French but the largest non-UK theme is to be found in the Chinese Village on Stowell street which has an abundance of very good quality Cantonese and Schezun menus to suit all tastes.

Big-name Shops and Boutiques

Newcastle is home to several of the largest shopping centres in the UK. The largest being the Eldon Square Shopping Centre in the City Centre with big name chain stores such as Debenhams and John Lewis.

The main shopping street, Northumberland Street, is one of the most expensive outside of London and includes designer label stores and boutique outlets.

An Evening of Fun and Dancing

One thing the Geordies are famous for is their ability to enjoy themselves and have a great night out. It has been placed in the top 3 places in the UK for its nightlife so be prepared for a lively evening. Most bars and clubs are to be found in the Quayside area of the city centre and around the Bigg Market.

One of the largest venues is The Gate in the town centre with a huge complex of bars, restaurants, nightclubs and a 12 screen cinema.
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