Sir William Fox Hotel

Address: 5 Westoe Village, South Shields, Tyne and Wear, England, NE33 3DZ, United Kingdom | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 5 Westoe Village, 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

    I have this funny habit of mixing up the words “Pheasant” and “Peasant.” I know which goes with which definition, but when they come out of my mouth, often they get mixed up.

    It never used to be a problem. But when you’ve been visiting historic medieval sites in an area that is populated with the birds, it makes a difference when discussing, say, what you’re eating for dinner or what ran across the road ...

    Day 2 -Seahouses to North Shields

    A travel blog entry by grmps on Sep 08, 2015

    3 photos

    ... to ignore the GPS and follow the "coast route" signs. A bit of a misnomer as the road is enticingly close to the coast, but not close enough to see anything - fog notwithstanding. We stopped for a late lunch beside the river at Amble, which seems an interesting place to explore - but we had a pending rendezvous with a ship. Twas a rather noisy roadside lunch, but Sandra spotted a couple of deer on the other side ...

    One of our favourite cities in the UK

    A travel blog entry by pandmdane on Sep 03, 2015

    5 photos

    Mary and I love Durham city. We also like the surrounding area of Seaham and Murton. Lots of history and you get a real feel of how the people in Northern England worked and the changes they have been through, especially since the end of the coal mines, railways, ship building etc.

    The Durham Cathedral was built in 1093 to house the shrine of St Cuthbert who was from Lindisfarne - another great place to visit.

    We took a walk that went around Durham, ...

    The end of the earth

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

    68 photos

    ... I wondered how as I knew it said the hotel name in big letters on the front, I turned around and started walking back and looking at the numbers and I realised that the side of the street I was on was odd numbers and I was looking for an even number but there were no houses on that side of the road!! I looked again at my booking and google maps and I realised that Google had sent me to 196 High Street, Marske-by-the-sea, Redcar instead of just Redcar!! So I ...

    Some wall but still west.

    A travel blog entry by rlsjhos on Aug 26, 2015

    2 comments, 25 photos

    ... There's nothing there but a modern roundabout and the intersection of 2 A roads which is certainly nothing special. Once upon a time the wall intersected with a major Roman road from the south and was indeed something special. Ah, the good old days! I've put in a couple of shots of a turret from the wall. This is one of the best preserved turrets on the entire wall and gives a good view of what once was. It's 11 blocks from base to top and is just what you see - a stone ...