Dene Hotel

38-42 Grosvenor Road, Jesmond, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, NE2 2RP, United Kingdom
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cost of living for a student

by drabhijitkulk

i will be visiting Newcastle as clinical observer in the NHS hospital and will be staying for about 4 months. Hospital has ensured me accomodation in hospital campus.

if i choose to stay in the city, what would be approximatate living cost per month ( being a student will be eating home made)

RE: cost of living for a student

by geordieontour

depends what you want, you can live very cheaply if sticking to the many low cost supermarkets in the area and use the markets for fresh produce, the cost for students goes up if you start hitting the many varied night life, hospital campus the close to the city centre so you may be drawn to the night life otherwise stick to the student cafes etc. If your accommadation is paid and you are cooking at home budget £10- £15 per day if you want to sample the night life budget £30 to £60 per night depending on what bard you visit

RE: cost of living for a student

by nettyfitz

If you shop in the Grainger Market in Newcastle, it will not cost you very much to cook your own food. There is also a new cheap supermarket in the Newgate Shopping Centre. However, you will probably be entitled to staff rates at the hospital restaurant and the prices are very good. It is expensive to go out at night in Newcastle, especially if you like to have a few drinks.

If you decide to rent a room in Newcastle instead of going into hospital accommodation, expect to pay about £70 + per week for a room in a house with shared kitchen, bathroom, etc. Hospital accommodation will be cheaper.

I hope you enjoy your stay.

Travel Tips for Newcastle upon Tyne

As a devout Sunderland...

by Beefy_SAFC

As a devout Sunderland supporter and ally of the Mackems, I demand that Virtual Tourist add a proper Sunderland page to their website. It is a matter of principle that I cannot and will not add Sunderland information to a Newcastle page. Sunderland people are not Geordies, they are MACKEMS.

Sunderland is a city in it's own right, is the largest Sunderland in the World with a population of over 1 million (larger that the two American Sunderland's that are listed), is larger than Newcastle in population and area, is home to the UK National Glass Centre, the most productive car plant in Europe, Penshaw Monument (far better than that Angel thing anyway), the River Wear and of course the Stadium of Light, the home of Sunderland AFC.


Thank you,

Beefy at

NEWCASTLE: The Quayside

by maykal

NEWCASTLE: The Quayside has been redeveloped, and is now the centre of Newcastle's nightlife. Here is a view along the River Tyne towards the famous Tyne Bridge (the Great North Run passes over this bridge near the beginning of the race). The white boat underneath it is the Tuxedo Royale club (see Nightlife below).

Larn Yersel a Geordie

by Doolence

Geordie dialect is widely used by the folk living in Newcastle and places nearby Tyne river. Some Geordie patriots would even argue it's a whole different language and that it has nowt to do with English.

Apart from distinctive "oo" used instead of most of the vowels (Toon, poob, soonday, mootha, ...) Geordie has it's own catch-phrases, terms, some of which are quite similar to Scandinavian languages. Others quite funny

Anyway, here's couple of practical advices:

1) equip yourself (yersel) with patience and one of humorous Geordie phrasebooks available in bookstores.

2) Don't think your English is crap when you speak with the natives

3) if possible, get in hold of Sid the Sexist comic or 'Auf Wiedersehen, Pet' serial before your trip, just to get introduced.

4) check-out one of the following Geordie dictionaries in order to alleviate the culture shock :)

Newcastle United

by deeper_blue

If you're in Newcastle on a matchday, definitely try and get a ticket (usually sold out).
There's a fantastic atmosphere in the stadium, I've been twice, the first time was for Alan Shearer's home debut and the place was absolutely deafening. A good set of lungs

Most people miss out on...

by Superphiluk

Most people miss out on whiltey bay which boasts a great beach and has amusements and many shops in the town centre. Despite its 'cheap seaside town appearence' it is a nice area. You can not afford to miss a trip to Whitley bay's lighthouse on St Marys island. You can climb the lighthouse for a couple of pounds and the view at the top is amazing! the lighthouse only opens mainly in the summer but has no 'fixed' open times as the tide blocks of the island to the land about twice a day so be careful that you don't get cut off by the tide and face a 4 hour wait!


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Address: 38-42 Grosvenor Road, Jesmond, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, NE2 2RP, United Kingdom