Newcastle Youth Hostel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Newcastle upon Tyne
Well this is day one.
Left Haverhill at 10am this morning and was in Newcastle at the Angel of the North by 15:00. Not bad going for an old thing (the car not me!!!) lol. Stopped at the Angel of the North and took a few pictures, just need some wi-fi so that I can upload a few. Then off to my first stop over, Newcastle YHA. Checked in, …
A good sleep-in to recover from our night out in Glasgow, especially as Greg had leant us his bed. He slept on the couch!
The lazy start to the day continued with burgers at the pub, train to Edinburgh with a quick look around while we waited for our train to Newcastle.
We checked into the YHA to be informed by the pleasant middle …
And so this is the end of our little 'Highland Fling'. In total we have driven over 1630 miles, travelled by car, bus, plane, train and boat, taken 6500 photos (between us), visited over 100 unique places, covering everything from castles to stately homes, a distillery to a lighthouse and everything in between. Our favourite part has definitely been travelling around in the Highlands and seeing some stunning landscapes, this has only ...
... forest roads. We then moved out of the forest into two miles worth of peat bog, which on another day would have been very heavy going. Thankfully it has been so dry these past three weeks that this bog was child's play compared with what we crossed in the Flow Country for example. We cracked on at a reasonable pace so much so that we caught up with the Australian Peter who is also ...
... our tyre tracks from earlier and headed off for the village and castle of Warkworth. Having passed through it twice already that day and seen how pretty it was we decided we wanted to call in. The castle is simply a ruin and looked after by English Heritage and as we arrived they were leaving, so a couple of quick photos through the portcullis and we drove a little further into the village and photographed the old bridge over the river Coquet which was very quaint. And then it was ...
TravelPod Member ReviewsNewcastle Youth Hostel Newcastle upon Tyne
I arrived just at the wrong time to this hostel as it was the Great North Run. Although very busy, the staff were very welcoming and took an interest in my trip. Would definitely stay again.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Newcastle Youth Hostel Newcastle upon Tyne
Other places to stay in Newcastle upon Tyne
51 Grainger Street, Newcastle upon Tyne | Hostelfrom $28