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The seaside town of Whitley Bay lies along the sunny Northumberland coast. It's a popular summer hotspot for families from nearby Newcastle upon Tyne, who come to escape the stuffy city and while away the days on the long swathe of Blue Flag beach. You'll find all the retro trappings of a seaside resort in Whitley Bay, like amusement arcades buzzing with slot machines, traditional chippies and ice cream shops. If you nab one of the Whitley Bay bed and breakfasts, you'll be a stone's throw from several family-friendly attractions, historical monuments – like the 19th-century St. Mary's Lighthouse – and outdoor activities aplenty.
- Stay along the coast without the sky-high prices
- Wake up to views across the beach and sea
- Stay in a B&B that has character and personality
- Bring all the kids on a nostalgia-inducing seaside break
Family-Run Homes and Victorian Terraced B&Bs, Whitley Bay
You won't find accommodation more traditional than the bed and breakfasts in Whitley Bay. There is just something so right about staying in a B&B when you're along the British coast. Maybe it's the nostalgic feelings of childhood holidays or the warm welcome of your friendly hosts. Perhaps it's their proximity to the sea, or the difference in price compared to expensive hotels. Whatever it is, if you're sold on a B&B, you can always find your perfect match on Expedia, which lists every property, along with detailed descriptions and photos. Booking couldn't be easier. Just plug in your dates, location and budget, scan through the results and nab your favourite in just a few clicks. If you pick right, you could be staying in one of the achingly traditional Victorian terraced houses that line up along the beachside park or one of the guesthouses further back in town, which offer much more than you would expect for the money. Alternatively, try to score one of the converted country cottages that sit further along the coast and offer spectacular views over the sea from their guestroom windows. Whichever you pick, you'll always have a stress-free break when you book through Expedia.
You'll never be disappointed when you've nabbed one of the guestrooms at the Whitley Bay bed and breakfasts. You can expect a cosy room, and they usually come equipped with facilities like a kettle for making hot drinks, a flat-screen TV on the wall and a comfortable double bed wrapped in freshly pressed sheets. Even the most budget options have WiFi and some even have an in-room desk, which you can use to catch up on a few emails or plan your break. When you book on Expedia, you'll know in advance whether your room has an ensuite bathroom or shared family-sized facilities. When you check in, be sure to spend some time chatting with your hosts – they are a font of knowledge when it comes to things to do and places to eat. Every morning, you can wake up to a hearty English breakfast, the perfect way to set yourself up for the day. If Whitley Bay isn't for you, maybe a few nights in the Northern capital, checking out the many things to do in Manchester, will be more your thing.
Beachy Fun and Family-Friendly Attractions Near Your B&B, Whitley Bay
Most families who come to stay in Whitley Bay bed and breakfasts in the summer make a quick dash to the long, award-winning beach, which stretches from the bay up to St. Mary's Lighthouse. It might be popular in July and August, but you won't have any trouble finding a spot to call your own. If beach-dwelling isn't your thing, you could always learn a new water sport or simply take the dogs for a walk, either along the sand or in the park that backs it. If the fickle British weather takes a turn for the worse, fear not, because there are plenty of other things to keep you busy. The modern Playhouse theatre has a packed schedule of family shows, concerts and cabaret, while the single-screen Jam Jar Cinema shows a mix of golden oldies and modern blockbusters. Then there's nearby Tynemouth, where you'll find the Blue Reef Aquarium, which houses magnificent marine species, from stingrays to sharks, and Tynemouth Park, which is packed with family-friendly attractions.