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The Vermont is an iconic 1930s hotel in the heart of Newcastle. Resplendent throughout, the hotel's biggest asset is its fabulous rooftop bar. Enjoy views across the city and over the scenic riverside.
Just 6 minutes from the train station, the Maldron is your home away from home. Rooms are welcoming and relaxing, with superior bathrooms and luxury amenities. Enjoy one of the most centrally located hotels in the city just moments from Newcastle’s best attractions.
Enjoy this chic country manor north of Newcastle and close to the spectacular Northumberland coast. Eshott Hall's rooms are furnished with exquisite antique details that will make you feel like royalty. Guests can also dine in the delightful award-winning restaurant.
Escape to historic Hexham just moments from Newcastle. The Beaumont is a charming Victorian townhouse hotel with bright, modern rooms and an outstanding restaurant. Discover the North East’s Roman heritage with walks via nearby Hadrian’s Wall and ancient Newcastle.
This spectacular Jacobean manor house hotel is located in rural County Durham. Situated just south of Newcastle and close to pretty country scenes, it’s perfect for romantic occasions. What's more, Redworth Hall features a luxurious spa for post-sightseeing relaxation.
Newcastle is one of England’s most historic cities. Bursting with attractions from Roman times to Victorian splendour, it’s also decidedly modern. Former industrial warehouses and waterfront works have been dramatically transformed into burgeoning art spaces. Add to that a youthful nightlife scene, and Newcastle is among the best city destinations in the UK. Whether you’re looking for a thumping night out or a gastronomic awakening, Newcastle has it all. Couples can opt for a luxurious hotel with spas, while families are served by the country’s most fascinating child-friendly museums.
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This spectacular contemporary art space rivals London’s Tate Modern. It's an impressive building in its own right, housed in a converted industrial grain store. Exhibitions are constantly rotating with show-stopping delights and local art shows. The romantic rooftop restaurant is among the city’s best, so ensure you book in advance. The upper floors provide some of the greatest panoramas of Newcastle.
This impressive Victorian museum is run by Newcastle University. It was created by merging the prestigious Hancock Museum, established in 1780, with the Hatton Gallery. It’s an elegant museum that offers standout natural history displays. Perfectly blending curiosity with education, this is the top spot in town for kids. Learn more about Newcastle’s rich history along with cultural artefact from around the world.
Newcastle’s industrial heritage is outlined in this fine museum. Spread across three floors of a former wholesale building. Newcastle was once a major shipbuilding hub, and you'll find fascinating displays on this history. It's not all industry either; the Discovery Museum outlines Roman Newcastle and football successes.
Antony Gormley’s famed sculpture looms over the A1 motorway on arrival to the city. At 20m high, its wingspan is wider than a Boeing 767 plane. Although now a landmark of the North East, it wasn’t without controversy. Many objected to the sculpture’s construction when it first began in 1994. If you’d like to see it up close, you can visit the hill that it’s perched on. Parking is free, and there are plenty of charming walking trails along the historic Bowes railway.
Newcastle is brimming with Roman artefacts, from old city garrisons to temple ruins. Its most famous attraction, however, is Hadrian’s Wall. This famed structure once ran through the city. Today, the best routes can be found in nearby Hexham and Housesteads. Or, you can head east to the end of the old wall, Segedunum. It was built to defend Roman Britain from the Picts and is guaranteed to fascinate adults and children alike.
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