Once a shipbuilding city, Newcastle's flashier claim to fame is nightlife. Throw in a heap of premium restaurants serving foods from all over the world and it's no wonder young partiers choose to blow their hard-earned (or not-so-hard-earned) cash in Newcastle. While these amenities are certainly a draw for the hipsters and culture-seekers, it's the locals that make Newcastle a truly special place to visit. "Geordies," as they are often called, embody the pride, industriousness and resilient spirit of their city.
Restaurants in Newcastle upon Tyne
4 based on 262 reviews
The Keelman’s Lodge and Salmon Cottage are purpose-built hotel accommodation lodges, which stand in the grounds of The Big Lamp Brewery and Keelman pub on the edge of the Tyne Riverside Country Park.The Keelman is only 5 miles from Newcastle and 3 miles from the Metro Centre. Being easily accessible by both public and private transport and 10 minutes from Newcastle Airport, this is the ideal location for a holiday break, or as a stop off point for those travelling Hadrian’s Wall.The Two Lodges, the Keelman Pub and the Big Lamp Brewery blend contemporary and traditional style providing a stimulating and comfortable ambiance.Rated four-stars by Quality In Tourism and Visit England.
Stayed whilst walking Hadrian’s Wall as a group. Great beers in the bar and enjoyed dinner in the restaurant. The gammon was really good. The accommodation in the adjacent buildings was a little basic, and needed a bit of love, but was comfy and fine for one night.
4.5 based on 294 reviews
A stunning Georgian Mansion standing in four acres of beautiful wooded gardens.The house is situated on the edge of the Northumbrian countryside, yet only minutes from Newcastle City Centre and it's lively Quayside and nightlife.
Another fabulous stay at this beautiful hidden gem. It’s like being in a quiet tranquil bubble. It’s warm, comfortable, relaxing an peaceful. We were in our favourite room it’s beautifully appointed and tastefully decorated with loads of space, comfy bed and fabulous amenities. The only downside is we had to leave to soon.
3.5 based on 530 reviews
The Rooms Inn Hotel has 53 bedrooms and is located only 10 minutes walking distance from Newcastle Upon Tyne's busy city centre. Extremely popular with business and leisure guests you'll find us set slightly back off Westmorland road in the residential area just a stone's throw from Newcastle College's brand new futuristic buildings. If you are looking for FREE parking and a peaceful night's sleep but still want quick access to Newcastle's world famous night life then there are few budget hotels to rival the location of The Rooms Inn Hotel. We're minutes away from everything you'll need from the Metro Radio Arena, Eldon Square, Central Station, Centre of Life and of course all of Newcastle's infamous bars, clubs & restaurants.
I asked for a quiet room month before I arrived and when I arrived she said it ll be OK only work men here Sunday Mondays eh no girl on front desk that was wrong I didn't get a quiet room I had to go and complain on 2nd night guests loud music and singing.. night before I only got 4 hrs sleep and had to get up early for rvi appointment s fuming... The shower cubicle is terrible with mould.. There was sweet wrappers left in room and nail clippings. I come here because I wanted to see if somewhere else was better for noise it wasn't... Breakfast pack is nice in morning and corridors bit is nice with nice chairs im writing this at 12.32 am as I ve just been to see the kind guy on duty and he s been to sort out the noise.. Shouldn't have to go see someone about noise disruption all I want is some sleep... Disapointing won't be back.. Even though it was a good price... Ps radiator didn't work eithier... Got soaken wet through and couldn't dry my clothes .. Nightmare...
4.5 based on 176 reviews
See why so many travelers make The Hanson Hotel their guest house of choice when visiting Newcastle upon Tyne. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a budget friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you. While staying at The Hanson Hotel, visitors can check out Ouseburn Farm (0.6 mi) and Grey Street (0.8 mi), some of Newcastle upon Tyne's top attractions. Rooms at The Hanson Hotel offer a flat screen TV, a seating area, and an additional bathroom providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi. A 24 hour front desk, baggage storage, and a sun terrace are some of the conveniences offered at this guest house. If you are driving to The Hanson Hotel, there is paid public parking available nearby. While visiting Newcastle upon Tyne, you may want to try some crab at one of the nearby restaurants, such as House of Tides, Peace and Loaf Jesmond, or 21. Looking to explore? Then look no further than The Quayside (0.8 mi), Jesmond Dene Park (1.2 mi), and Victoria Tunnel (0.6 mi), which are some popular Newcastle upon Tyne attractions – all conveniently located within walking distance of the guest house. At The Hanson Hotel, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Newcastle upon Tyne.
Excellent budget priced accommodation. Clean good sized room with TV and microwave. Atmospheric pub downstairs 2 for 1 on drinks Tuesday evenings, not noisy as rooms 2 floors up. No parking but pay site near
2.5 based on 16 reviews
We booked an overnight stay in our campervan on Saturday 11th June here at Holystone. Got here about 3pm, then went on to the party we had been invited to. Got an Uber back to the camper-van at midnight. Went for breakfast in the pub at 9am, 3 choices of breakfast… Slim Jim…. Belly Buster and a vegan, we ordered 2 slim Jim’s, tea, coffee, orange and toast, it took about 15 minutes to be cooked, was all hot and fresh, egg had a nice runny yolk, the food was great, cost a total of £15, paid £20 as it was that good. staff where helpful and pleasant, no cost for parking overnight in Camper van, just ensure you register van at the bar. All in all great experience would deffo recommend.
3 based on 375 reviews
Whites Hotel is a licensed 36 bedroom hotel, family run providing good facilities and service at budget prices. All rooms are en-suite with Flat screen colour television with up to 30 channels, radio, central heating, direct dial telephone, tea/coffee making facilities, hair dryers and irons are situated in all rooms. Free wireless internet is available through the hotel and rooms with a computer for guest use at reception foyer.The cocktail lounge provides meals at a very good prices from 12 noon till 2100hrs Monday through Thursday and 12 noon till 1900hrs Friday through Sunday. The hotel is situated in Jesmond, 1.5 miles from the centre of Newcastle upon Tyne known for its vibrant night life and a short walk away from the beautiful picturesque Jesmond Dene. The breathtaking North East Coast is also only 20 minutes by Metro, with stops at Tynemouth, Cullercoats and Whitley Bay, who can resist a day trip to the sandy beaches of the North East.The hotel has a private car park situated to the rear of the building which is constantly monitored by CCTV.Outside area for smoking and dining available.Lively bar on the premises.
Nice entrance but everything went down from there,staff quite rude bedrooms disgraceful,mouldy rusty bathroom damaged furniture and bed, holes in the curtains music blasting till 1 am in the morning no consideration for paying quests cooked breakfast was cold and service was poor with no cutlery to eat food with
3.5 based on 244 reviews
Only a 6 minute ride from Newcastle’s city center (and 5 minute walk from West Jesmond metro station), the Newcastle Jesmond Hotel offers a great city location in a leafy vibrant suburb. Newly refurbished, our little hotel offers stylish rooms at great value and free wifi throughout. All rooms are fitted with a 32" flat screen TV, tea & coffee making facilities and an en suite wet room. Our on-site parking is free (first come first served) and nearby street parking available. Breakfast is a traditional continental (Breads, cereals inc porridge, fruit, cheese, crumpets, croissant with unlimited teas, coffee & fruit juices). Recently introduced hot plates for eggs or beans on toast giving a greater variety to get your morning started. Our location means we are close to both universities, 3 major hospitals (inc the Freeman) all of Newcastle’s business parks, and for our weekend travelers Jesmond itself boasts many bars, coffee shops, restaurants, delis & boutique shops. Not to mention the offerings of the city center itself with art galleries, historical sites & architecture, St James’ football stadium and more. Whatever you come to Newcastle for, our knowledgeable & helpful staff will be able to advise you before, during & even after your stay.
I gather this place has changed hands recently. It's a stretch to call it a hotel, it's more like apartment rooms. The rooms would have been basic even for a hotel. They are clean and there is hot water and tea facilities but the beds are bumpy and the floors are creaky. The most striking thing is that reception is basically barricaded off by old food trolleys and there are no staff to be seen. Despite plaguing you with emails and WhatsApp messages you'll find it nigh impossible to reach anybody out of hours. The byzantine electronic Yale lock on the doors is temperamental and the front door is totally screwed so you'll have to hope somebody inside hears your attempts and lets you in. Throughout our stay somebody had kindly left the back door open so guests and anybody passing by can all get in. It's a nice enough area with busy nightlife and I'm sure this was once a decent hotel, but as a collection of sort of serviced rooms with nobody caring about stuff like a broken front door it is not functioning. Every guest we met was utterly peed off with it. Look out for being asked for a large security deposit for your room too. If we have any trouble getting ours back I'll update my review when we've seen how far we have to go to get it!
5 based on 8 reviews
Hemples Lodge luxury Bed and Breakfast is located near Newcastle Airport and Newcastle Racecourse, 8 miles from the city centre and 30 minutes drive to the beautiful Northumberland coast and countryside as well as shopping at the Metro Centre.
Stayed recently at this wonderful luxury lodge. Marc welcomed us after a 7 hour drive with a bottle of bubbly which was very welcomed. The lodge is fantastic, very luxurious and loads of space. The bed was so comfy and after a long drive we all slept well and the surroundings are so peaceful. The following mornings Marc bought us our wonderful breakfasts which were great and plentiful. Marc was an exemplary host and was very helpful and would cater for any requests. A true must if you are travelling to Newcastle for business or pleasure and we would highly recommended. Thank you Marc for making our stay so un-stressful and relaxing and we will be back again to stay whilst visiting our Daughter.
5 based on 35 reviews
Friendly, efficient, and welcoming host. The accommodation was soacious, clean and well designed. Great location for walking the Wall Path. Food was excellent and very generous. Easily recommend Hadrian's Barn to travellers /walkers or for a rural getaway
4 based on 13 reviews
The Corner House Hotel is one of our much-booked properties. Expect a great deal, friendly staff, tasty reasonably priced food & drink and a really handy location. Famous for its welcoming atmosphere, this attractive hotel is set in the leafy Newcastle suburb of Heaton, just 10 minutes from the vibrant city centre. We’re the perfect place to stay when enjoying a fun-filled time or after a busy working day. All nine of our spacious, en-suite bedrooms offer a restful night’s sleep and everything you need for a relaxing stay. With big, comfy beds, flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, and complimentary toiletries, all you need do is put your feet up and unwind.
We decided to stay at the corner house as it was the closest to our conference venue. We were pleasantly surprised. Spacious, bright and cleaned room, large bathroom and tea/coffees alongside with air dryer and ironing board. The pub downstairs maintains the same standards of the inn, with good food, very nice drinks and lovely staff, available for any needs! Well done, it was a very nice stay!
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