The Lynnwood

1 Lynnwood Terrace, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, England, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Newcastle upon Tyne

Oot on the toon

A travel blog entry by littlebush


... England, a wall that stretched across to modern day Newcastle. The Romans built a fort in Newcastle and the settlement was known as Pons Aelius. Newcastle gets it's modern name from the Norman era, from William the Conquerors eldest son, Robert Curthose, who built a 'New Castle' directly on the site of an old Roman fort named Pons Aelius. The catchy name obviously stuck (just as well he didn't name it after himself-Bobscastle United doesn't quite have ...

The start of another adventure!

A travel blog entry by cherbanebelmont

Hi there!

Well it's happening again. I am strapped into the rollercoaster and I am off! I feel like Bilbo Baggins setting of on his quest to the Lonely Mountain but my emotions are slightly different to before.

I do feel that strange mix of excitement and fear. However there is something else. I also sense ...

3 weeks and counting

A travel blog entry by lucasdambitis

So 3 weeks until departure and there has been plenty of action at base camp. Flights have been booked, destinations decided and routes vaguely planned.

Departure Date: Tuesday 15th April
Departure Point: Woolley Edge services, Wakefield M1

Ha'Way The Lads

A travel blog entry by joseph.taylor


... home of Newcastle United, and the Angel of the North, a massive statue that sits on a little hill in Newcastle. When we got to Dom's house, Sam cooked us a really good breakfast and we watched the pre-game show. We arrived at The Stadium of Light (Home of Sunderland AFC) around 11:45am and got a pint at a local bar. We went to a few different bars before the match which was at 3:00pm. The stadium was really nice, and despite the 0-0 draw, the game was still a lot of fun to ...

Merry Christmas my friends!!

A travel blog entry by lizziejbruce


... Mill and stopped to visit an old friend of Heather and Maurice's and share a Merry Christmas bubbly.
By the time we came back, Christmas dins was nearly ready. Oh my goodness.....what a feast, turkey, parsnips, potatoes, Brussel sprouts with chestnuts and bacon, sausage stuffing, force balls and gravey. Yummo....
Followed by Mars Bar Cheesecake and Christmas Pud! :) ...


This hotel, located on 1 Lynnwood Terrace, Newcastle upon Tyne, is near The Discovery Museum, City Hall, Newcastle Carling Academy, and Sea Life Aquarium.
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TripAdvisor Reviews The Lynnwood Newcastle upon Tyne

2.50 of 5 stars Fair

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