Hotels in Newcastle in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... next to a public park and 100 yards or so from the tyne, the accommodation is in terraced bungalows 50 yards away from the pub/restaraunt/ the bungalows are average , a little bit dated but clean enough and comfy with en suite facilities , tv , tea and coffee , kettle etc , where the keelmans wins for me is the onsite brewery !! im not talking about a big scar on the landscape brewery, just a local small brewery, the brewery is attached to the pub , literaly , and they sell there own beer in the pub as well as some more common brews, the pub has a great atmosphere , and doesnt attract a noisy crowd , there was no noise in the car park late... more
Customer Hotels in Newcastle in general Reviews (3)
by - written on 17/06/09 (Useful, 19 readings)
we recently stayed in the keelmans lodge , next to the banks of the mighty river tyne, this is what we found the keelmans is a ten minute drive from newcastle center , and is positioned at the edge of a quite local community, the keelmans is situated next to a public park and 100 yards or so from the tyne, the accommodation is in terraced bungalows 50 yards away from the pub/restaraunt/ the bungalows are average , a little bit dated but clean enough and comfy with en suite facilities , tv , tea and coffee , kettle etc , where the keelmans wins for me is the onsite brewery !! im not talking about a big scar on the landscape brewery, just a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/02/09 (Useful, 8 readings)
The newcastle area is a popular place to spend a weekend or a short break away from home. That is the reason why the city is full of hostels. If you arrive by train, the first thing that you will see after leaving the station is a huge hotel across the road, and along the same road, is a huge old fashoned hotel, where you can book your stay by the night, instead of a weekly package. I find that the hotels in Newcastle are using up to great standard, and there are always room in the city, without a doubt. There are plenty of website that you can look on to find out which are the better hotels in this city. Over the water on the other side on the river, there ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/07/00, updated on 04/01/10 (Very useful, 174 readings)
The Copthorne Hotel in Newcastle is situated in an excellent position overlooking the River Tyne. It enjoys a quiet spot whilst only being a five minute walk to the city centre. Bedrooms are modern, roomy, tastefully furnished and all have views over the river. Some rooms have small balconies. They have all the usual toiletries and tea making facilities. A trouser press and hair dryer are also supplied. An iron and ironing board can be requested. Harry's Bar is an informal restaurant providing a wide choice of food and on a recent visit a two course evening meal only set us back £8.00 per person if you dined before 8pm on their special ... Read the complete review
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