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Nearly ready to jet off on your Newcastle-upon-Tyne holiday? Haven't got a clue what sorts of things to put on your travel schedule? No need to stress — we're here to give you some handy hints.
If you only had one day in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, you'd want to spend it soaking up Quayside. Iconic and unforgettable, it draws travellers from all over the globe.
You'll never have to worry about getting bored in this alluring city. Castle Keep and Tyne Bridge will be sure to keep you entertained. Washington Old Hall and the BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art are just a few more terrific sights that are worth a look.
Exploring a local area's monuments is a superb way to glean an insight into its accomplishments and heritage. Seek out Grey's Monument and discover the unique tale behind it. There's a fabulous range of things to keep you busy in this destination. Why spend your time stuck inside stuffy galleries when excellent artworks are on offer right on the street? Fell the sunshine on your face and appreciate some fascinating public art at Blue Carpet. Still have time to spare? Rainy afternoons are an excellent opportunity to lose yourself in a book in quiet surrounds. If it looks like it's going to bucket down, why not hightail it over to Seven Stories and check out the latest fiction?
No matter how extraordinary your hotel is, don't spend your escape holed up in your room or snoozing next to the pool. There's a world of amazing experiences to be had!
Ensure your trip to Newcastle-upon-Tyne is one to remember with one of these popular experiences:
For a more complete range of activities, jump onto our Newcastle-upon-Tyne things to do page.
There's nothing better than kicking off your shoes after an exciting day of activities. There are approximately 73 accommodation in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, so securing a nice bed for your luxury getaway or cheap holiday won't be a problem.
If you enjoy partaking in the high life every so often, why not splash some cash and treat yourself to a night at the Jesmond Dene House (Jesmond Dene Road) or the PREMIER SUITES Newcastle (Thornton House Thornton Street)? If you've done your figures and these don't suit your budget, don't worry — we've got some cheaper options. Check out the Motel Xpress (Roselodge House, Benwell Lane) and The Dene Hotel (38-42 Grosvenor Road).
Of course, another great option is to stay near Quayside. You can make this happen by making a booking at the Hilton Newcastle Gateshead, which is only 0.4 miles away. Equally popular is the Staybridge Suites by IHG Newcastle, 0.2 miles away.
If you plan to fly in, you'll likely be starting your adventure at Newcastle International Airport (NCL). Once you've grabbed your bags and headed outside, the central area of Newcastle-upon-Tyne will be waiting 6 miles away.
Great location, nice big standard room, good food and bar, really friendly and helpful reception staff and porters.
Staff were great. Even though it is at the airport it's not too noisy.
Unfortunately the corona virus meant there was no bar or restaurant open. We chose still to go. We had a lovely relax because we were given an upgrade because the hotel was quiet. Also complimentary drinks. We had room service which was fab. We couldn’t get a refund so that’s why we carried on with ...
Nice hotel and my room was lovely and clean. Food was amazing but some services were a bit slow not sure why as it was quiet on the night I stayed.
Stayed the night the Government announced the pubs and restaurant closures so it was a strange atmosphere - nobody out on the usually bustling quayside. Had booked to stay as we were seeing a band although that was cancelled still decided to get away for the night and still glad we did. The staff ...