The price is £95 per night from 25 May to 26 May£95
25 May - 26 May
11.6 mi from city centre
4.5/5 Wonderful! (175 reviews)
"We had an excellent 2 night stay at The Briers. Diane was extremely helpful and friendly, she upgraded our room without asking because there was a better room available. The room was really clean and modern with tea/coffee making facilities with a couple of chocolate biscuits too. There was also ..."
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Visitors can enjoy all that Kilkeel has to offer, including the beaches and museums. Tourists to the city can also enjoy its welcoming locals. In Kilkeel, there are 14 hotels and other accommodation options to choose from. Find out more about Kilkeel.
The hottest months are usually June and July, with an average temperature of 14°C, while the coldest months are January and February, with an average of 5°C. Average annual precipitation for Kilkeel is 851 mm.
Kilkeel Hotel Reviews
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"Absolutely fantastic, got a free room upgrade and complementary iced muffins ( was a combined 60th birthday for my wife and 40th wedding anniversary trip)."
"The property was over and above what i expected for the price, the hotel has every amenitie on the doorstep it was very clean and fresh the room was very comfortable and quiet even though it is on the main street ,the breakfast was lovely the staf were so polite and helpful. Would definitely stay again."
"We had an excellent 2 night stay at The Briers. Diane was extremely helpful and friendly, she upgraded our room without asking because there was a better room available. The room was really clean and modern with tea/coffee making facilities with a couple of chocolate biscuits too. There was also a communal area for teas, coffees and biscuits that we didn’t use but was there if we wanted to. The beds were comfortable, the bathroom had toiletries available and the room had a patio door that you could leave the building from and return to so that was helpful as we didn’t have to go through the main building. The breakfast facilities were excellent. You can select from a hot menu with good choices and then there is a variety of cereals, yogurts, fresh fruits, cereal bars and fruit juices. We ordered tea and coffee and got a lovely big teapot of tea and a full cafetière of coffee. Would highly recommend this place if you want to spend some time in Newcastle. We will hopefully be back as soon as we can."
A verified traveller from Glasgow stayed at The Briers