Cross Arms Hotel

Address: Barrington Street, South Shields, Tyne and Wear, England, NE33 1AN, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Barrington Street, South Shields, is near Tynemouth's Beaches, Blue Reef Aquarium, Arbeia Roman Fort and Museum, and Segedunum.
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    Travel Blogs from South Shields

    When Past and Present Blend

    A travel blog entry by dylan_and_rob on Sep 11, 2015

    8 photos

    ... the elegance of it, but we owned our sweatshirts and flannel and shifted into fancy meal mode. The service was impeccable, and the portions were perfect and the atmosphere was almost distracting. I kept looking around at everything and taking it all in.

    The hotel itself, The Lord Crewe Arms, is the oldest building in Blanchland, and it used to be the abbey, built in 1165. 1165!!! It had been knocked down, and rebuilt using the same ...

    Day 2 -Seahouses to North Shields

    A travel blog entry by grmps on Sep 08, 2015

    3 photos

    Haar! Haar! Yes, that's what greeted us all day. We had planned to walk into Seahouses (a 20-minute walk apparently) but it took us until 11:30 to get organised, following a 10-hour sleep! So we drove into Seahouses which, fortunately, has plenty of parking. Not much there but a little harbour with boat trips to the Farne Islands, a tourist shop or two, and seafood aplenty. Free parking for an hour though. ...

    One of our favourite cities in the UK

    A travel blog entry by pandmdane on Sep 03, 2015

    5 photos

    ... shots taken through holes!

    Now to Seaham to see big Tommy. Apparently he was a travelling exhibition but the people of Seaham liked him so much that they raised the 70,000 pounds to buy him and keep him here permanently. Worth every penny.

    Finally a pub on the way home - had a couple of Tetley's, not the the tea variety. Did enjoy them and the company - Mary, Marie and Bill.

    Tomorrow we head for Ayr on the Scottish coast ...


    The end of the earth

    A travel blog entry by nicole.mctye on Aug 30, 2015

    68 photos

    ... course I had time, I was lost!) She asked where I was from and I said Australia and she said she thought so and put her arm around my shoulders and said don't worry we will help, my daughter went to Australia and I'm sure people helped her so now I will help an Australian! So she took me inside and her husband was on the couch so they made me sit down with a (wine) glass of water and were asking me all these questions about where I was going and where I was from ...

    West on Hadrian's Wall?

    A travel blog entry by rlsjhos on Aug 25, 2015

    2 comments, 13 photos

    ... which is very difficult to type with all those hyphens. It's the best glimpse of the wall for a while because I've been following the Tyne for so long. Then it's onto 'The Military Road' for quite a while. The path crosses from one side of the wall to the other (and does for the few days) and gives glimpses of the ditch and the vellum but very few of the wall because it's actually under the road. After a while you can see the features that accompany the wall as you ...