Idyllically situated near the picturesque quayside of Newcastle, overlooking the River Tyne, this sumptuous & stylish boutique hotel in Newcastle is a fine choice for your stay in the city. Its close proximity to the city centre means that exploring the many attractions and sights can be done at your leisure and at complete ease, as well as making the most of the great local restaurants, shops and cafés. The property’s first priority is ensuring that your stay is as comfortable and relaxing as possible, so the friendly staff are on hand to make you feel welcome from the moment you arrive. The convenient services provided also guarantee that you have everything you could possibly need for a successful trip, including room service, high speed internet in the rooms and daily housekeeping. The rooms themselves offer the perfect haven at the end of a hectic day, with endless amenities to make you feel right at home; a flat screen LCD TV and CD/DVD player with CD library, kettle, air conditioning, mini-bar and en-suite bathroom.
Newcastle is a hugely popular city-break destination all throughout the year because of the various festivals and celebrations that take place around each holiday. So whether you’re planning a midwinter get-away or a weeklong summer vacation, there will always be something exciting going on to keep you entertained during your stay. Every spring bank holiday, the Evolution Festival hits Newcastle with energetic performances of rock, dance and indie music from local and national artists. In celebration of Chinese New Year, the streets light up with colourful and merry festivities and parades. At the end of the year, the Continental Christmas Market is a charming pit-stop for crafts, gifts and sweet treats and the innovative window displays at Fenwicks are just as entertaining for kids and adults alike!
Sports lovers will delight in the abundance of national teams who play and train in the local arenas and stadiums, from rugby union to horseracing. St James Park is the fourth largest ground in the UK for football, so even if you’re not a fan of Newcastle United, watching a game here is still a thrilling experience. Gamblers and equestrian enthusiasts shouldn’t skip a trip to the Newcastle Racecourse where they can expect to see some of the country’s top jockeys competing in prestigious tournaments, such as the Northumberland Plate.
Have a fantastic stay in the delightful port city of Newcastle!