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This was my second stay at this hotel. It's within walking distance of the Metro station and there are plenty of shops, restaurants, and cafes nearby. The lift was not working either time I stayed there. It tends to be loud at night, and early in the morning, someone picks up trash or recyclables ...
Hotel was easy to find. I emailed the hotel a few days before to find out if it was ok to leave bags earlier than check in, I got a response quickly, yes. The rooms are clean and well laid out. My only observation was there was no hooks to hang towels up after a shower. There was a rail for a hand ...
Really friendly and quiet hotel in a great location next to the Tyne. Lots of good eating and drinking options very close by. Double room a bit too small for more than 1 or 2 nights. Bathroom very 'intimate'. But for 1 night was more than adequate. Overall fantastic value and we would stay again ...
Stayed one night in on the May long weekend. The room was not too small. The room was clean but the carpet was old. The hotel is close to shopping, Chinatown and all things city centre. I was on the ground floor and due to the proximity on the rail station could hear the train announcements quite ...
Really great stay. It's a little noisy facing the crossroads with cars and ambulances but a lovely central location and good facilities. Bathroom design is cosy and everything was very clean.
Newcastle-upon-Tyne is a deeply historic city with a rich heritage, having once been a Roman fort close to Hadrian's Wall, before becoming a major port at the centre of the Industrial Revolution. It's no surprise then, that there are several historic hotels in Newcastle-on-Tyne, housed within buildings that are steeped in Geordie history - from centuries-old inns to refurbished former warehouses and factories.
While the buildings themselves may be historic, the services and amenities provided by your Newcastle hotel will be as contemporary as they come. From free WiFi in rooms and public areas, to stylish bars and restaurants, you'll have all of the modern comforts you require, while enjoying the atmosphere of a heritage building.
Your clean and comfortable room will relax and refresh you, ready to explore Newcastle and the surrounding Northumberland area, whether you're sightseeing in the city or heading off on a hike, your historic hotel will make a beautiful base.
If you've chosen your historic hotel in Newcastle-upon-Tyne because you are fascinated by the past, then this is the city for you. If you fancy heading out of the city for the day, you could go for a hike along Hadrian's Wall, or visit Beamish - an open air museum that gives visitors a glimpse into life in the North East during the 1820s, 1900s and 1940s.
If you'd prefer not to stray too far from your Newcastle historic hotel, Newcastle Castle is a great historic site within the city centre itself. Here you can explore Newcastle's Castle Keep and Black Gate, or attend one of the many cultural events they host throughout the year. If local history fascinates you, a trip to the Discovery Museum is also a must. Housed within a historic building itself, you can explore the rich history of Newcastle and Tyneside.
A historic hotel in Newcastle-upon-Tyne is a wonderful base from which to indulge in an area so steeped in history and ideal for weekend getaways.