Britannia Hotel Newcastle Airport

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Ponteland, Woolsington, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, NE13 8DJ, United Kingdom
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Excellent
9%
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Very Good
22%
108
Average
21%
102
Poor
20%
98
Terrible
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127

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Costs 21% less but rated 22% lower than other 3 star hotels

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  • Families32
  • Couples35
  • Solo30
  • Business27

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Newcastle United

by mnidzam_k

Hi,

Could anyone assist me please. I'm from Malaysia and going to visit Newcastle next week. I've been to Newcastle once before but that was a really short stay and it won't be any different from this one either. So just wandering, since i'm into collecting all the NUFC kits along the years, is there any specific shops that sells old NUFC kits??? And also since this season, all the 3rd kit is sold out in the official store, is there any alternative shops that sell this kit?
Appreciate your kind assistance.

Re: Newcastle United

by Andrew_W_K

All the big sports stores sell the latest kit from the local teams so if you go into
JJB Sports
JD Sports
Sports Direct
You should find the latest kit. I don't know about the old stuff though. If you go into the City Arms across from the ground and ask in there someone will tell you though.

Re: Newcastle United

by mnidzam_k

Thanks bro for your assistance. The second answer really would help but for the first one, i doubt any big stores would sell the 3rd kit as traditionally the 3rd kit is only exclusive at the official Newcastle store only. Anyway, thanks for your answer though..

Cheers..

Travel Tips for Newcastle upon Tyne

Angel Of The North, Gateshead

by stevezero

Variously described as "inspiring" and a potential death-trap for passing motorists, the 150-tonne body and wings stands on the site of the pithead baths of the former Team Valley colliery on Tyneside.
With a wingspan wider than a Boeing 767, the 20m high by 54m wide steel sculpture is one of north-east England's best known and most controversial landmarks.
It is currently the UK's largest sculpture - but for how long I wonder? It is sited by the very busy A1 between the Washington-Birtley motorway services and the Team Valley.
You relly cannot miss it!

City Walls

by steventilly

Newcastle was once ringed by walls, which started on the Quayside at Sandgate, circled the city and ended up back at the Quayside just beyond where the castle keep stands. Not much remains of these walls, but one of the best preserved sections is The West Wall on Bath Lane, just beyond Stowell Street. Here the moat has been restored, though not filled. One of the Chinese restaurants opposite is called 'The Great Wall' which reflects not only The Great Wall of China, but also Newcastle's city walls.

Central Arcade

by steventilly

Central Arcade, a fine old arcade entered from Grey Street or Grainger Street, near to Grey's Monument.
Inside is a selection fo shops, the most famous being 'Windows' a traditional record & music shop, which stocks a very wide range of music.

Metro Radio Arena

by iaint

City centre venue for basketball, ice hockey and concerts. Seats about 8,000 for sports.

It’s the home of Newcastle Vipers, the local pro ice hockey team. Its also the home of the Vipers Academy – the kids’ club, running teams at u10, u12, u14, u16 & u18.

We were there in August 08 because my son was playing against their u16 team, and we’d been 3 years previously when he played in a tournament at u14 level.

It seems to be a lucky venue for him – in that tournament his team did very well against 3 good English teams. This time they beat Newcastle 6-1 in the first game and drew 5-5 in the second one!

The arena is easy to find and access (by train & car). The parking is easy, and you have all the city centre shops etc close by. Warm clothes - its cold in there even in August!

Seaton Sluice - sea air and history

by toonsarah

Seaton Sluice is one of several interesting little villages north of Newcastle. It lies right on the southern border of the Northumberland coastline at the mouth of the Seaton Burn, 3 miles SE of Blyth. These days Seaton Sluice is a quiet village but it has an important industrial heritage. Salt production was established here before the 16th century, and in the late 17th century the local landowner Sir Ralph Delaval built a sluice at the harbour mouth as both the salt and coal trades were increasing and the harbour was too shallow and small to cope with the higher demand. A new entrance to the harbour mouth was created in 1764, by blasting an opening out of solid rock – once again to facilitate the growing coal trade. This “Cut” was one of the most important engineering feats of its day and can still be seen at Seaton Sluice. There was also a glassworks here, established in 1763, as all the requirements for the manufacture of glass were on hand (sand, kelp, coal – and the improved harbour). Bottles from The Royal Hartley Bottleworks were transported all over the British Isles, and it is said that John Wesley preached from the steps of the old granary in Glassworks Square in 1744. The glass “cones” can no longer be seen, having been demolished in 1897.

The village makes a good destination for a sea-shore walk. You can explore the area around the Cut and walk along the banks of the Seaton Burn. There are small fishing boats in the harbour to photograph, and several good pubs for lunch or just a refreshing pint.

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