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As the name suggests Wallsend was where Hadrian’s Wall ended, that part of its history celebrated in a museum in this town on the north bank of the River Tyne... Read More

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Hotels in Wallsend - 4 places to stay

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The Dorset Arms Hotel

The Dorset Arms Hotel
We offer high quality bed and breakfast accommodation in a variety of rooms as well as our award winning Centurion Restaurant; a beautiful bar with beer garden and a private function room giving you all ... More | visit website
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Menzies Silverlink Park

Menzies Silverlink Park
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The Hotel is situated just a mile from the Tyne Tunnel and within easy reach of the city centre and airport. The Menzies Silverlink Park offers ... More

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Hadrian Lodge Hotel (0.55 miles)

Hadrian Lodge Hotel

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Only 10 minutes from Newcastle city centre, the hotel is directly opposite Hadrian Road Metro station and only a short distance from many of Newcastle’s sights, including the Millennium Bridge and ... More

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Travelodge Newcastle Silverlink (0.67 miles)

Situated just 6 miles outside the vibrant city centre the Travelodge Newcastle Silverlink offers visitors a peaceful respite away from the crowds of the town yet is still within easy reach of all the major ... More | visit website

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Little Haven Hotel (1.51 miles)

Little Haven Hotel
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The Little Haven Hotel Is Uniquely Situated At The Gateway Of The River Tyne Yet Just 15 Minutes From Newcastle City Centre And 30 Minutes ... More
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Ellison Hall (1.64 miles)

Ellison Hall
Welcome to Ellison Hall. Acquired by the Ellison family, merchant adventurers of Newcastle, Ellison Hall (also known as Hebburn Hall) is a 17th-century stately mansion. Robert Ellison, Sheriff and Member of Parliament for Newcastle, and ... More | visit website
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The Longship (1.70 miles)

The Longship

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The Longship is a lively community pub with rooms in a convienient location, offering great value food. our en-suite bedrooms are clean and comfortable ensuring your stay is relaxing. All ... More

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Bede's Well Guest House (2.10 miles)

Bede
Bede's Well Guest House will make you feel welcome at this small, family run business. We are ideally situated for everything Tyneside has to offer. We are very proud of our high standards here at ... More | visit website
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Rosebery Hotel (2.36 miles)

Rosebery Hotel

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The Rosebery Hotel is a traditional Edwardian private Bed & Breakfast. Friendly, welcoming and personal. Situated in the pleasant suburb of Jesmond, next to Jesmond Dene Park, enjoying a country atmosphere ... More

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The Elephant on the Tyne Hotel (2.48 miles)

The Elephant on the Tyne Hotel
The Elephant on the Tyne Hotel is located on the south bank of the River Tyne in Gateshead near Newcastle. Enjoying the best of both worlds, the Elephant on the Tyne Hotel is situated on ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Newcastle Holystone (2.50 miles)

Premier Inn Newcastle Holystone
Conveniently located adjacent to the A19. For shops and local amenities Newcastle city centre is only 10 miles away and if you're catching the ferry, North Shields International ferry terminal is just 4 miles away. ... More | visit website
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City Apartments Newcastle - Quayside (2.56 miles)

City Apartments Newcastle - Quayside

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With fantastic views of the Tyne and a stunning location on the edge of Newcastle's trendy Quayside, these stylish and contemporary apartments combine luxurious accommodation with freedom and flexibility. City Apartments are ... More

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