Gateshead – Washington area hotel - Hotwire

Striking 4-star hotel in Berlin's trendy Neukölln district

Striking 4-star hotel in Berlin's trendy Neukölln district

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Renowned for its variety of iconic architectural landmarks and its picturesque position on the banks of the River Tyne, the vibrant town of Gateshead offers a quieter alternative to a city break in the heart of its cosmopolitan neighbour, Newcastle. Hotwire customers seeking bargain hotel accommodation in the northeast have previously been fortunate enough to stay in the Lambton Hounds Inn, the Hilton Garden Inn and the Embassy Suites, amongst other stylish 3* Hot Rate hotels in the collection. Facilities common amongst these hotels include free Wi-Fi internet throughout, free secure onsite parking, highly regarded restaurants offering a range of cuisines and exclusive business centres, perfect for those in the area for work purposes. Located nearby to the quiet town of Washington, hotel guests are within equal distance of popular northern cities Newcastle, Sunderland and Durham.

Tourists after a relaxing weekend in the northeast are spoilt for choice for exciting things to do and see in the scenic Washington area of Tyne and Wear. The charming town itself boasts to several gastro-pubs serving traditional Northern dishes, as well as the beautiful Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust nature reserve which is home to vast flocks of swans, cranes and even flamingos. The ideal day out for families, the reserve sells bird-feed so that children can get an up-close experience with the park’s feathered inhabitants.

Lying on the outskirts of Washington is one of the North’s most symbolic landmarks, the Angel of the North. Designed by the acclaimed Yorkshire-born artist Anthony Gormley, the Angel is a striking contemporary sculpture which stands over the A1 motorway into Newcastle. The impressive structure is purportedly to welcome travellers into Tyneside and to commemorate the region’s coal-mining history, which has since declined. This unforgettable sight is a must-see for all those visiting the northeast.

Accessible from the hotel via the A1 and Durham Road, Gateshead is Newcastle’s quieter neighbour. Undoubtedly its most recognisable feature is the dazzlingly futuristic Gateshead Millennium Bridge which crosses the great River Tyne, linking the two cities. The Bridge is widely known as the ‘Blinking Eye Bridge’ due to its modern oval shape and unique tilting mechanism which allows boats to pass through. Other extraordinary landmarks located on Gateshead Quays include the shimmering glass Sage Gateshead performance venue and the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art.

For nationally celebrated shopping, a hugely diverse array of restaurants and one of the best nightlife scenes in the country, tourists need only head across the Millennium Bridge into Newcastle.