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Rose & Crown
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Hedgefield House Hotel
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"Room was good, en-suite clean, but the breakfast, oh dear. Had to send toast back to get toasted properly but still came back half-done. Catering really needs to ..." More

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Near Gateshead and approximatey 5 miles from Newcastle in north east England, lies the town of Blaydon, or Blaydon-on-Tyne. The town is the origin of the well known traditional song ‘Blaydon Races’, written by George ‘Geordie’ Ridley in 1862 depicting the chaotic journey from Newcastle to Blaydon and its annual races. Regarded by many as the unofficial anthem of Tyneside, it has also been adopted by supporters of Newcastle United Football Club. A traditional mining town, Blaydon barely existed in 1760 but in the latter part of the century a smelting works was set up and from then on, with its strategic location on the Tyne and on the Gateshead to Hexham road, its industrial growth was assured. Since the closure of the mines, Blaydon has developed a diverse economy, which includes manufacturing and engineering, with its close proximity to Newcastle and Gateshead making it a popular suburb for commuters. The town hosts a 5.7 miles athletic road race from Newcastle to Blaydon called the Blaydon Race every year on June 9th, to commemorate the song with the words of the song as the basis for the race albeit now sung in a slightly more modern language but still with a heavy Geordie dialect.


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Hedgefield House Hotel (1.03 miles)

Hedgefield House Hotel
Hedgefield House is a welcoming bed & breakfast, guest house and hotel located near the A1 within easy reach of Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland and Tyne & Wear. ... More | visit website
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Express by Holiday Inn - Newcastle Metro Centre (1.42 miles)

Express by Holiday Inn - Newcastle Metro Centre

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Conveniently located off the A1 at the Metro Centre, this hotel is 10 minutes from Newcastle city centre. It is walking distance from 3 restaurants and public transport. The Express by Holiday ... More

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Ryton Park Country House Hotel (1.89 miles)

Ryton Park Country House Hotel

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The Ryton Park Country House Hotel offers its guests superb accommodation in a secluded position and surroundings. Those visiting Ryton Park for the first time are often surprised to discover the facilities ... More

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Gibside (1.91 miles)

Ideally situated for business or leisure. Five minutes from the A1M and MetroCentre at Gateshead - easy access to Newcastle City Centre. Historic Village location. Extensive car / coach parking facilities. 'Paco's' Restaurant offers A ... More | visit website
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Roselodge House (2.01 miles)

Roselodge House
Initially built as a church, now an impressive bed and breakfast boasting 50 luxuriously furnished rooms, both large and small. Sympathetically restored to keep in line with modern requirements yet retaining much of the stunning ... More | visit website
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Summerville Guest House (2.16 miles)

Summerville Guest House
Guesthouse in picturesque village of Whickham, only 4 minutes from the Metro Centre, 10 minutes from Beamish Museum and 8 minutes from Newcastle Airport.
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Puffing Billy Cottage (2.38 miles)

Puffing Billy Cottage
A citybreak in the country is what awaits you at Puffing Billy cottage on the rural western outskirts of Newcastle upon Tyne. The cottage is situated in the peaceful Tyne Riverside Country Park providing car free ... More | visit website
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Rowers Hotel (2.65 miles)

Rowers Hotel

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The Rowers' decor is nautical and oak panelling throughout the hotel adds a warm touch. A cosy cocktail lounge is the perfect venue for or a quiet drink. Recent refurbishment's have ... More

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Clifton House Hotel (2.78 miles)

Clifton House Hotel
Newcastle is a city for everyone; the music lover, the drama queen, the culture vulture or the wild child. The bars, restaurants, museums and theatres are plentiful. Telewest Arena is a five minute journey form ... More | visit website
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Royal Hotel (2.84 miles)

Royal Hotel

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Situated between the Newcastle/Gateshead Quayside and the Metrocentre and just off the A1. The Royal Hotel is a convenient and amicable place to stay. With friendly staff and excellent food ... More

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