The price is £35 per night from 27 Jun to 28 Jun£35
27 Jun - 28 Jun
2.6/5 (7 reviews)
"The property was cold the fire didn't work the place stank, when I complained I was informed the the fire wasn't supposed to work. the mattress had been over turned due to the blood stains on it. The bathroom door wouldn't stay shut, there was no shower curtain over the bath there was holes in the ..."
Thornton House Thornton Street, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England, NE1 4AT
The price is £79 per night from 27 Jun to 28 Jun£79
27 Jun - 28 Jun
4.3/5 Excellent! (125 reviews)
Great apartments in city centre.
"From booking to checking out everything was perfect. I had communication with Joanne and Annette They were both helpful. The apartment itself was spotless and Huge. We were upgraded to a 2 bedroom apartment free of charge, wasn't needed but a nice touch. Meant I could have my morning dump in 1 bathroom ..."
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Frequently asked questions
You’ll find 528 apartments to choose from in Newcastle-upon-Tyne for your trip. Make sure you enjoy the array of shops and acclaimed theatre scene in this family-friendly area. Sage Gateshead and Quayside are top places that are worth a visit.
An apartment comes equipped with a kitchen, so you can cook some of your meals, and is often more spacious than a traditional hotel room. Apartments are a good option for solo travellers who want to live like locals, but also for families who want the conveniences of home.
Expedia has 528 apartments to book in Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
Weather is only one factor, but it can really affect your travel plans, especially if you are planning a longer stay in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. The hottest months are usually July and August, with an average temperature of 14°C, while the coldest months are January and December, with an average of 5°C. Average annual precipitation for Newcastle-upon-Tyne is 547 mm.
Visitors speak highly of Newcastle-upon-Tyne for its theatre scene and shops. The Gate and Great North Museum-Hancock are a couple of the family-friendly sights, whereas cultural attractions include Sage Gateshead and Utilita Arena Newcastle. You can also visit some other popular places in town, such as Quayside and St. James’ Park.
Knowing a bit about the transportation options can you save you a headache when you get to your destination. Fly into Newcastle (NCL-Newcastle Intl.), which is located 6.1 mi (9.8 km) away. You can also search for flights into Durham (MME-Teesside Intl.), which is 32.5 mi (52.3 km) away. You can access metro transport at Central Station, South Gosforth Station and Pelaw Station.
expedia verified reviews
"All as it should be. Great for attending gigs at Arena "
A verified traveller stayed at Jurys Inn Newcastle
"I have stopped here on numerous occasions when flying from newcastle.The hotel is so close and so quiet.The staff are always really freindly rooms spotless and grest value for money.
I would recommend this hotel to anyone."
A verified traveller stayed at DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Newcastle International Airport