With an unrivalled location next to the castle, this Top Secret Hotel is your perfect choice for a stay in Newcastle. This quality 4 star property offers a complete range of services, allowing visitors to be satisfied whether they are enjoying a romantic city break, or in the city for business. Newcastle is famous for its unrivalled mix of historic culture and pulsating entertainment and nightlife, and promises an unforgettable time for all those lucky enough to visit. The hotel is modern and perfectly located, ensuring guests are comfortable. The hotel staff offer great services such as 24 hour reception, dry cleaning and currency exchange, on top of a friendly environment. Rooms are well equipped, and boast televisions and Wi-Fi for visitors to relax with, en suite bathrooms, and a minibar. The hotel also welcomes business guests and has contemporary working facilities such as conference rooms, photocopying and fax services, and a boardroom.
A unique aspect of this stunning property is that is sits right next to one of the most historic and iconic sights of the city, and one from which its name is derived from, The Castle. This ancient monument is a Grade 1 listed building, and dates back to 1172. This hauntingly beautiful fortress was a former defensive stronghold during the Roman times. The Black Gate and Castle Keep offer beautiful sights and gorgeous displays of medieval architecture that will delight visitors who are interested in the history of the city.
Visitors seeking to explore the cultural aspects of the city will be spoilt for choice. This is evident from simply wandering the lovely city, as visitors will encounter famous sculptures such as Grey’s monument, a Grade 1 listed monument to former Prime Minister Earl Grey dating back to 1838, and the Vampire Rabbit, a menacing stone gargoyle located near St. Nicholas’ Church whose origin is the source of fierce speculation and remains a secret.
Any visitors to the city will undoubtedly be excited to sample Newcastle’s much celebrated nightlife. One of the country’s premier destinations for evening entertainment, it is a regular haunt for students, teachers, stag and hen-dos and numerous other customers. This has led to a diverse range of bars, pubs and clubs leaving something for everyone to enjoy. The Cooperage is highly recommendable for a more chilled out drink. This popular pub is housed in a 13th century barrel makers, and offers a generous range of real, local ales for visitors to enjoy.
Have a great time in the wonderful city of Newcastle!