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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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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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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Hotel du Vin

Hotel du Vin

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Commanding breathtaking views of Newcastle's Quayside and the Tyne, Hotel du Vin Newcastle offers 42 eclectically-styled bedrooms and luxury suites, a- must-dine-at bistro, two sumptuous private dining and meeting rooms ... More

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Whites Hotel

Whites Hotel

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Close to the Metro Centre, Newcastle Arena, Hadrian's Wall and the Northumbrian countryside, this hotel in leafy, suburban Jesmond is just minutes from the city centre. With a secure car park and ... More

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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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Newgate Hotel Newcastle Upon Tyne

Newgate Hotel Newcastle Upon Tyne

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With a superb location in the heart of Newcastle's city centre, this well-placed hotel is a short walk from Newcastle Central Railway Station and many shops. The Newgate Hotel Newcastle is easily ... More

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Village Newcastle

Village Newcastle

Whether your stay is for business or for leisure welcome to more than just a hotel, welcome to VILLAGE Newcastle. Comfortable bedrooms, state of the art Health and Fitness Club, fantastic restaurant, great pub, welcoming ... More | visit website

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Jesmond Dene House

Jesmond Dene House

A grand house with contemporary style, a leafy setting near the heart of the city. Jesmond Dene House is neither a townhouse nor a country house hotel. It’s simply 40 well-designed rooms in a richly ... More | Double Room: From £130 | visit website

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Copthorne Newcastle (The)

Copthorne Newcastle (The)

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The Copthorne Newcastle is a modern luxury hotel, situated on the city's quayside. Set on the banks of the river, this hotel provides modern comfort, a leisure centre and conference facilities. Our ... More | Double Room: £190

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Horton Grange

Horton Grange

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Horton Grange is on the Blagdon Estate, about 3 miles (4.8 km) east of Ponteland, a 15-minute drive from the centre of Newcastle and 4 miles (6.4 km) from Newcastle International ... More

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