Book a room at this lovely secret hotel, ‘3 star – Secret Hotel in Boldon – 3 star – Newcastle’, for either business or leisure trips, and you will surely not be disappointed. The modern and convenient facilities, as well as the unbeatable value for money, make this a fine choice for your upcoming visit to the city. The location of the property in Boldon offers great access to the centre of Newcastle, either by car or straightforwardly with public transport links, and is also surrounded by several idyllic and traditional English villages and close by to Durham. Day trips can be made easily with an onsite car rental desk open for all guests or free parking available for those with their own vehicles.
With the Boldon Business Park just a few minutes ride away, this location is especially convenient for visitors travelling on business or for a conference, but is also very welcoming to families, couples and individuals. Families travelling with small children can benefit from various facilities such as extra cribs and rollaway beds on request, interior corridors to connect rooms or an oversized family room. Business travellers are welcome to use the property’s own meeting rooms to meet and work with colleagues without interruption. Every guest can enjoy room service, private bathrooms and climate control for their own comfort.
If you’ve made the journey into the centre of Newcastle from the hotel, there is plenty to see and do to keep you occupied for hours, from browsing a bustling Sunday market to exploring Roman ruins. Art enthusiasts should head straight to the Laing Art Gallery for an extensive look at paintings from the 18th and 19th centuries. The permanent collection is frequently accompanied by spectacular temporary exhibitions, which can be either historic or contemporary based. Another worthwhile artistic culture hub is the BALTIC 39, which houses a great deal of renowned modern artworks.
For a unique and fun-filled day out with the kids by exploring the city on foot, try the Newcastle Treasure Trail. Both kids and parents get fully involved in trying to find the answers to the clues and questions along the route, which eventually leads them to the answer of the mystery. All along the way you get to see some of the most important and iconic landmarks, monuments and sights in Newcastle! If the children prefer something more sporty, treat them to an afternoon at the Parklands Mini Golf, where they can burn off some energy on the exciting, 18-hole course.