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Self-Catering in Newcastle upon Tyne

Quayside View, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear

Quayside View
27 Sandhill Quayside
Newcastle upon Tyne
Tyne and Wear

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Absolutely stunning 2 bedroomed apartment in a grade II listed building on Newcastle’s quayside. 20m from Tyne Bridge. Luxuriously appointed throughout. Situated in a pedestrianised area.The building the apartment is in has Italianate styling and was built in 1860 to house the offices of Newcastle's wealthiest merchants (one Otto Frederick Ernest Bernicke, a Californian corn merchant is believed to be the first occupant).Sandhill View sleeps up to 5 with one double bedroom and one bedroom with mezzanine double bed and single bed below. There is one travertine tiled bathroom with whirlpool bath,Grohe double headed shower and waterproof tv.. There is an adjoining door between the two bedrooms which can be locked if required. The large living/dining area has 12 ft high ceilings and great views of the Tyne bridge through 4 beautiful arched windows. Wi-fi internet access is available and both the bathroom and living room benefit from plasma tvs. Unfortunately the apartment is unsuitable for disabled visitors since the building has no lift (the apartment is on the first floor). We cannot currently accept credit or debit cards - payment must be made by cheque or money transfer by prior arrangement.Within 20 metres of the apartment you could admire the Tyne Bridge, visit the historic buildings of the Guildhall and Bessie Surtees House, have a drink in Newcastle's oldest pub and enjoy art and lunch in the Side cafe and gallery. Within 5 minutes walk you could visit the Moot Hall, medieval Newcastle including the Castle Keep, Millenium Bridge, St Nicholas Cathedral, Sage music centre, Live Theatre and Baltic art gallery.

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