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Ryton Park Country House Hotel
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Ryton Park Country House Hotel
"only spent one night here but will stay longer next time for the following reasons--- FACILITIES- first class STAFF- assistance/help/always available and ..." More

Ryton Park Country House Hotel
"Good Points: Breakfast room good. Manageress very helpful regarding a trip into Newcastle. Bad Points: Bathroom much too small. Shower leaked. Decor in bathroom and bedroom ..." More

Ryton Park Country House Hotel
"The staff were the most helpful I have ever come across. The food and service was outstanding. The accommodation was a disgrace and let the rest of the hotel down. ..." More

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A small, semi-rural town in the metropolitan borough of Gateshead, Tyne and Wear in north east England, Ryton was, until the 1970ís, an independent town in County Durham. The economy was built on coal mining and agriculture, the former dating back to Roman times but became extensive after king Edward II granted mining outside of the walls. Agriculture is a mix of pastoral and arable farming. In addition to coal mining, Ryton was also home to the lead-smelting, reverberatory furnaces of the Ryton Company whose mines were on Alston Moor. Its close proximity to the more urban and industrial areas of Newcastle and Gateshead meant that Ryton became a desirable area for more affluent residents and there are several old mansions at the old Ryton village remaining. The town has become increasingly suburbanised since the decline of the coal mining industries in the 1980s onwards and is now a popular place of residence for those who commute into the nearby cities of Tyneside. Remnants of old mining pits remain in the surrounding areas of which Ryton Willows on the banks of the Tyne, has become a Nature Reserve of some 43 hectares of grassland, ponds, woodland and locally rare species of flowers and wildlife making this a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI).

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Ryton Willows

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Yoga - Linda Irving

Dentist

Mr W H Lymburn & Associates

Doctor

Dr Duggal
Dr Phillips & Partners
Dr S M Hilton
Dr Smith

Golf Club

Ryton Golf Club
Tyneside Golf Club

Market

Ryton Country Market

Taxi

PT Cabs

Vet

Valley Veterinary Group

Sports Clubs

Ryton RFC (Rugby Union)

Shops

P & C E Henderson
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Ryton Park Country House Hotel (0.28 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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Hedgefield House Hotel (0.99 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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Close House Hotel (1.96 miles)

Close House Hotel

Close House Hotel offers everything that you would expect from a venue, 19 luxurious appointed bedrooms with ultra modern bathrooms, our award winning Bewickes Restaurant offering lunch and dinner, excellent meeting and ... More | visit website

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Express by Holiday Inn - Newcastle Metro Centre (3.39 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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Bluebird Hotel (3.77 miles)

Bluebird Hotel

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Bluebird Hotel offers rooms suitable to your needs at the cheapest rates in town. Our objective is to provide a comfortable stay to you at budget prices so that you ... More

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Roselodge House (3.77 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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Gibside (3.82 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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Summerville Guest House (4.11 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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East Byermoor Guest House (4.26 miles)

East Byermoor Guest House

Countryside Bed & Breakfast Accommodation in Whickham, Newcastle upon Tyne. Make yourself at home... and we will try to make you feel at home. By being flexible and accommodating, we aim to make your stay ... More | visit website

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Innkeeper's Lodge Newcastle Airport (4.43 miles)

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The Innkeeper's Lodge Newcastle Airport is situated just off the A1 on the outskirts of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, this lodge is adjacent to the Kenton Bank Toby Carvery on the B6918.All 30 ... More

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