Holiday Inn Newcastle Upon Tyne
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Bed and Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Car rentals
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Holiday Inn Newcastle Upon Tyne
Travel Blogs from Newcastle upon Tyne
... Rouge with a coffee. This chap called Neil, who was also having a coffee, was happy to tell us all about Durham and its history, the bridge we were beside is called Framwellgate Bridge, and it's Durham's oldest, and...it's a Grade 1 listed building! We went back to the Hotel to fetch the car, then off we go for a cuppa and chat with Pat. ...
... it came out with three candles burning. She was so surprised, and said that had never been done for her before. She blew and blew but the candled didn't want to go out! We did laugh. Back at her house I FaceTimed the kids, so she could see them all, except little Alexia who was in bed. Shannon even got one of her tortoises out of its cage to show her. Tired now we left her and went back to the Hotel. A little chilly this evening, it's only ...
Today we went to a park in Gateshead. The founding fathers of Gateshead were more visionary than many other city councillors. In the 1870's they recognised the need for public spaces and bought the complete estate of an industrial magnate. They then had it landscaped ...
... we go and have a look at Lanercost Priory, which wasn't far away. Lanercost Priory was founded by Robert de Vaux between 1165 and 1174, the most likely date being 1169, to house Augustinian Canons. Originally a well endowed institution, it fell foul of H VIII, and was closed. Most of it was demolished but the nave of the church remained as the parish church. This place was also buzzing as it was the finish of the 20 mile ...
John suggest that we might be interested in visiting a community garden in the nearby village/suburb of Whickham. Originally the garden of a large house called the Hermitage, the garden had been allowed to become overgrown and derelict. In 2002 local resident Dave Peacock arranged a public meeting and formed a committee to gain planning permission and generate funding in order to restore the garden to its former glory. This prevented former plans for the site ...