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Hotel very good but evening meal even though alacarte a support to be award winning was was disappointed with meal so went some ware else following night ,better value for money a lot better food quality .thank you
Beamish Park Hotel£56Beamish Park Hotel£56
Stayed for two nights whilst visiting family. Great hotel only thing I would say is they need to provide more pillows for the beds as only one per bed when we arrived. Apart from that all was good.
Village Hotel Newcastle£41Village Hotel Newcastle£41
Stayed for 2 nights. Was impressed with the reception staff, room and restaurant staff. Thoroughly enjoyed the experience and would recommend the hotel without exception.
Eslington Villa£67Eslington Villa£67
The staff were very welcoming and the room was perfect for what we needed. It is very close to the A19 with good links to the motorway network.
Quality Hotel Boldon£53Quality Hotel Boldon£53
Good, but double room requested and room with 2 doubles allocated - rather a squash but ok for 1 night only.
Newcastle Marriott Hotel Gosforth Park£49Newcastle Marriott Hotel Gosforth Park£49
Whether you've been engaged for a while or you've just said yes, if you're planning your big day, there is a great choice of wedding hotels in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Whether you imagine your wedding day to be a grand event with hundreds of guests or a small, intimate affair with immediate family and close friends, there's a hotel to suit your perfect special day.
The first thing to consider - although it may seem obvious - is where you want to get married and in what kind of style. Do you prefer city weddings in chic surroundings, countryside weddings in grand houses, or seaside weddings on the rugged coast? Newcastle-upon-Tyne and the surrounding area can cater for all of these wedding styles, giving you a lot to choose from.
Another consideration is your guests and where they will stay - at least any who don't live locally. It's most likely that many will be travelling from other parts of the country and so may need a room for the night of the wedding and maybe the night before. You will either need to get married in a hotel with enough rooms for all guests or you would need to advise those invited of other hotels close by.
A lot of wedding hotels are licensed so that your wedding ceremony can be held there, so you can consider having your entire day in one place, which may make things very convenient for you and your guests. Alternatively, you can just have your reception in the hotel.
Many of the wedding hotels in Newcastle-upon-Tyne employ experienced wedding planners to assist you with organising the big day - everything from reception drinks to entertainment.
Planning your dream wedding can seem daunting, but finding the perfect wedding hotel in Newcastle-upon-Tyne certainly isn't! From here, you'll have everything you need to make it the most special day of your lives together.