Newcastle upon Tyne

Newcastle-upon-Tyne has over recent years become a real magnet for visitors, not just for the party atmosphere of the Bigg Market helped by its huge student population, but for attractions like its famous ‘coat-hanger’ bridge, Castle Keep, and the makeshift royal palace of Blackfriars Priory... Read More

Newcastle upon Tyne Events

April
EAT! Food Festival
Pins & Needles Annual Show
May
Evolution Festival
June
Beamish Chic Vintique Fair
Blaydon Race
Newcastle Hoppings
Opera North Spring Tour
Three Day Northumberland Plate Festival
July
Otterburn Festival
Summer Tyne Festival
August
Distraction Weekender
Newcastle Green Gathering
Newcastle upon Tyne Mela
September
Great North Run
SAMA Festival
Vintage Car Show
Vintage Motorbikes
October
Tyneside Irish Festival
November
Christmas Fair
Newcastle Stampede
NewcastleGateshead Winter Festival
December
Newcastle Christmas Market
Winter Festival
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Hotels in Newcastle upon Tyne - 89 places to stay

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Derwent Manor

Derwent Manor

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Built in the style of a Manor House making it one of the most distinctive hotels in Northumberland. Overlooking the Derwent Valley, this beautiful hotel is located within easy reach of ... More

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Hedgefield House Hotel

Hedgefield House Hotel
Hedgefield House is a welcoming bed & breakfast, guest house and hotel located near the A1 within easy reach of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland and Tyne & Wear. ... More | visit website
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Holiday Inn Newcastle

Holiday Inn Newcastle

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Set in 18 acres of grounds, Holiday Inn Newcastle-upon-Tyne has a health and fitness club and is next to the A19/A1 (North), within easy reach of the beautiful Northumbrian coastline. The popular ... More

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Sandman Signature Hotel

Sandman Signature Hotel
The Sandman Signature Hotel Newcastle sits in the city center of Newcastle, surrounded by key attractions in the city such as the iconic Newcastle United Football Club Stadium, China Town, city center shopping district, Newcastle ... More | visit website
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Caledonian Hotel

Caledonian Hotel

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Set in the heart of Jesmond, a cosmopolitan area of Newcastle, this stylish 3-star hotel provides the perfect base from which to explore all the sites that the city has to ... More | visit website

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The Longship

The Longship

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The Longship is a lively community pub with rooms in a convienient location, offering great value food. our en-suite bedrooms are clean and comfortable ensuring your stay is relaxing. All ... More

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Royal Station Hotel

Royal Station Hotel
Royal Station Hotel is well-located in the heart of Newcastle city centre, adjoining Newcastle Rail Station and the Metro system. It has an indoor swimming pool, fitness centre and free Wi-Fi. Spacious rooms each include a ... More | visit website
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Carlton Hotel

Carlton Hotel

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The 2 star Carlton Hotel is situated in the lively, trendy area of Jesmond, with the city centre just minutes away. The nearby West Jesmond metro station provides convenient, efficient ... More

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Hilton Newcastle Gateshead

Hilton Newcastle Gateshead

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Hilton Newcastle Gateshead is 10 minutes' walk from the city centre and overlooks the River Tyne. Dine on international cuisine and sip cocktails in Windows on the Tyne restaurant. Work out or ... More

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Vermont Hotel

Vermont Hotel
The Vermont is Newcastle's only 4-star independent hotel. Located next to The Castle, overlooking Newcastle Cathedral and both the Tyne and Millennium Bridges, it has a modern gym, free Wi-Fi and free parking. This impressive Manhattan-style ... More | Double Room: From £120 | visit website

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