New Northumbria Hotel

Osborne Road, Jesmond, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, NE2 2AN, United Kingdom
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Accommodation for stag party

by Petermurt

I'm looking to book a hotel for a friends stag party in Newcastle. I'd appreciate if someone could recommend a hotel that is located in the heart of the action in the city centre & that has a residence bar that stays open late!! Not alot to ask for!!!

Thanks in advance,

Re: Accommodation for stag party

by axwell

Hi Peter

Try the Royal Staion Hotel, surprisingly next to the Railway Station,
This is run by the Cairn Group who have 2 other hotels in Jesmond which is a really lively suburb of Newcastle and within walking distance of the city centre
approx 15 mins but maybe £5 taxi.

Travel Tips for Newcastle upon Tyne

What a place!

by sabsi

Of all the cities I have seen during my trip to England it was Newcastle I liked best.

The mixture of old and beautiful and new and modern buildings, the atmosphere along the river, the weather... everything here was wonderful!

So if you have a job in Newcastle for me just give me a shout. I wouldn't mind living here!!! ;)

Shop til you drop!

by SwedeSarah

One of the most fun things to do in Newcastle is shopping! Northumberland Street is the main shopping street in Newcastle. Here are many well known stores such as Marks & Spencer, HMV, C&A, Next, Superdrugs, Dixons, Boots, H&M (Swedish!), Virgin Megastore etc. Just around the corner is the shoppingcentre Eldon Square, supposed to be the biggest one in the UK with over 140 shops. There are many big department stores and other shops. I won't list them all. ;) It's a really nice centre too, looks fresh and clean.

St. James Park

by steventilly

St. James Park is the home of Newcastle Untied FC. You can hardly miss it, it's so huge. Penned in by other developments the club have been left with no option but to build upwards in order to increase the size of the stadium. The result of this (and the fact it already stands on a bit of a hill) means that the stadium is visible from miles around.

In addition to this, the close proximity to the city centre means that when a match is being played, you can hear the crowd as you walk through the streets, giving a somewhat eerie feel - you can hear all this cheering, booing, singing as if it's right by you, but you can't figure out where it's coming from!

St. James' Park is just behind the Haymarket/Newgate Street area (kind of behind The Gate & Co-op).

Toon Army

by DUNK67

Newcastle United
The Magpies
St James Park
League Play In
Premier League
Home Kit
Black and white striped shirts, black shorts and socks
Away Kit To watch the match the only equipment you really need is a good strong voice to sing your club`s songs and encourage the team and your eyes to actually watch the game, some people do take a pair of binoculars if they sit far from the pitch.
Apart from the above the club s encourage you to buy their merchandise to enhance your matchday experience, you can buy virtually anything from hats and scarfs to the full blown replica kit, which generally is updated annually.

Beamish Open Air Museum

by Fen

The open air museum offers a living, working experience of life in the region in the Edwardian era, and has something for all ages. Staff in period dress welcome visitors and demonstrate life in period homes and workplaces including the popular Beamish sweet factory and traditional Co-op Shops. You can buy sweets at the Jubilee Confectionery, visit two farms, ride a tram, go down a real drift mine, see a newspaper being printed, or enjoy a drink in the Sun Inn.
All very interesting and worth a visit.


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 New Northumbria Hotel

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Address: Osborne Road, Jesmond, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, NE2 2AN, United Kingdom