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. Nice hotel lovely staff beautiful food and good parking plus excellent bed. Sadly let down by its lacklustre decor. Seems like it should have been decorated at least 5years ago.
We had a nice 2 nights. It was basic in the room but decent. Staff were friendly. Breakfast was ok. Pool was ok but very small and sauna wasn't on. I was disappointed to have to pay £6 a night parking but overall our stay was good value for money
I had asked for a river /bridge view and got it so was pleased Check in was easy but the receptionist was on automatic pilot as he asked the same questions twice clearly not listening to the answers I gave at the first time of asking . Checking out the receptionist was much more engaging and listened ...
Hotel is well sited for a quiet getaway in relaxed and comfortable surroundings. Also well situated for exploring further east or west in the north of England. Accommodation roomy and comfortable and food good. The hidden garden with pond and picnic benches was a find on a warm spring day!
It can be difficult leaving your pets at home when you go on holiday. You often spend most of the trip missing them, which is tough. But it can be pricey to leave them at a kennel or cattery too, especially if you travel regularly. And even if you can leave them with a friend or relative, you may feel as if you are inconveniencing them. A pet-friendly hotel, then, is a brilliant option for your holiday in Newcastle-upon-Tyne as it means you can enjoy yourself with your faithful companion at your side - the perfect holiday!
There are pet-friendly hotels all over Newcastle-upon-Tyne and in the surrounding areas, whether you're staying in the city centre, along the North East coast, or in the more rural parts of Northumberland. There's a hotel to suit you whether you want to let your cat explore the hotel gardens or take your dog for a walk along Hadrian's Wall.
When choosing your pet-friendly hotel, be sure to check their pets policy before booking. Some hotels have an additional charge for pets, and usually have limits on the number you can bring along. Others may only allow a particular species (usually a dog) and there may be other restrictions. If you're at all unsure, always contact the property at the number on your booking confirmation before your check-in date.
If you've got a dog, there are some brilliant beaches and hiking trails in the areas surrounding the city. The Northumberland coast offers picturesque beaches and charming villages, while Hadrian's Wall has a wonderful hiking trail. The city itself has plenty of parks too, so there's always somewhere to go for walkies!
Booking a pet-friendly hotel in Newcastle-upon-Tyne saves you being put through the upset and expense of leaving your pet behind when you go on a break. There's plenty of choice in both style and budget, so you can find a hotel to suit you.