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Tyne and Wear

A metropolitan county in North East region of England around the mouths of the rivers Tyne and Wear.
6 Results In Or Near Tyne and Wear
2.3 miles from the centre of Tyne and Wear
This first choice for luxury Hotel in Newcastle Upon Tyne is a 4 Star Rated Accommodation. Enjoy complete relaxation at The Townhouse Hotel, Gosforth; a boutique hotel in Newcastle upon Tyne. Within its timeless surroundings you will discover a place where Newcastle’s city sophistication meets North East country elegance.
2.5 miles from the centre of Tyne and Wear
Dream Apartments Newcastle offers 2 and 3 bedroom fully furnished, centrally-located apartments just 5 minutes from the train station.
5.5 miles from the centre of Tyne and Wear
The Four Star Britannia Guest House offers extremely high quality accommodation in South Shields. Established over 20 years, and although Tourist Board 4 star rated, rates are very reasonable. We are delighted to offer very high standards of hospitality and cleanliness. Sorry but the Britannia Guest House does not accept single gender groups or coach parties.
7.1 miles from the centre of Tyne and Wear
Hedgefield House stands in four acres of stunning wooded garden. It is a great base for exploring Newcastle Upon Tyne, Gateshead Metro Shopping Centre and the Northumbrian countryside. Hadrian's Wall Trail is only a mile from the house. The en-suite rooms are all luxuriously furnished in French Versailles style with beautiful private bathrooms. All ensuite rooms have Kingsize beds, two with four poster beds. We offer stylish,opulent surroundings in a friendly, welcoming atmosphere.
7.3 miles from the centre of Tyne and Wear
A grade II listed country house property offering individually furnished bedrooms, restaurant and extensive grounds.
15.2 miles from the centre of Tyne and Wear
Castle View Guest House is situated in the very heart of the cathedral city of Durham, just a short stroll away from the city’s amenities. This 250-year-old guesthouse is surrounded by picturesque riverside walks, and spectacular views of the cathedral and castle. The guest house has recently been refurbished, and are all deluxe rooms featuring a mix of King Size and Twin beds, 40 inch flat screen TVs, hair driers, tea and coffee etc.
39 Results Slightly Further Afield
in Tyne & Wear
Segedunum Roman Fort is the most excavated Roman site in the UK. It marks the beginning (or end) of the Roman Wall and the Museum was opened in June 2000.
in Tyne & Wear
Whether you're booked into the standard double or the swanky Mouton Rothchild suite of the Hotel du Vin Newcastle, the group's inimitable style, sort of clubby leather against exposed brick with a sprinkling of luxury thrown in, is evident. The north east branch of this upmarket, wine-loving chain is housed within the former Tyne Tees Steam Shipping Company in Ouseburn, once a decaying reminder of post-industrial Newcastle now a re-energised thriving, super trendy arty part of the city. A...
in Tyne & Wear
This small but important gallery on Newcastle's New Bridge Street is home to a very impressive collection of sculpture and art and is well known for attracting some of the big hitters in historic, modern and contemporary art to the north east. The permanent collection has some fabulous 18th and 19th century paintings and world class watercolours. The pre-Raphaelite paintings are worth the trip alone. But there is contemporary work here too with Moore's Seated Woman: Thin Neck, Gaugin's The Br...
in Tyne & Wear
St Vincent is a small cosy wine bar, inspired by places found while traveling in France and Italy. It's the sort of place for friends to hang out and enjoy great food and great drinks.
in Tyne & Wear
The Broad Chare has won accolades and awards from a whole heap of judges, including the Good Food Guide 2018, Hardens Best UK Restaurants 2018 and the AA Pub Guide 2017. Taking the best of a traditional pub and blending it with modern touches, The Broad Chare offers a simple, warm gastropub experience that keeps people coming back for more.
in Tyne & Wear
Learn hands on at The Discovery Museum, Newcastle The Discovery Museum in Newcastle is probably most famous for its Turbinia exhibit – the first vessel to be powered by a steam turbine and dreamt up by Charles Parsons, who served his engineering apprentice at a Newcastle firm. However, this city centre gem of an attraction has much, much more to see and will keep visitors from 1 to 100 fascinated, such is the eclectic mix of exhibits, many pleasingly hands-on. Tyne and Wear was a pow...
in Tyne & Wear
Stephenson Railway Museum is a small heritage railway that occupies the test track for the Tyne & Wear Metro. Its heritage railway is run by dedicated local volunteers, with trains running in season on Sundays and Bank Holidays and on Thursday during North Tyneside school holidays. During December weekends, the railway runs Santa Specials.
in Tyne & Wear
The Shipley Art Gallery opened in 1917 with a collection of 504 paintings bequeathed by local solicitor Joseph Shipley. Since then the collection has grown to include nearly 800 paintings and collections of works on paper, decorative art and contemporary craft. The Shipley's art collections were designated as being of national importance in 1998 and include local favourite, William Irving's painting The Blaydon Races. In 1977 the Shipley began collecting contemporary art made in Britain. O...
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South Shields Museum is housed in a listed building which used to be the Library. It specialises in local history and has an art gallery and small animal collection. There are both permanent and regularly-changing exhibitions.
in Tyne & Wear
Arbeia Roman Fort was the supply base for the troops on Hadrian's Wall. Its strategic position at the mouth of the Tyne gave advance notice of any invading troops. It is an UNESCO Heritage site.
in Tyne & Wear
Discover the manor house associated with the family of George Washington, first president of the USA Washington Old Hall is a delightful stone built 17th century manor house, which incorporates parts of the original medieval home of George Washington´s direct ancestors. There are displays on George Washington, and how the Hall was saved with American support. The rooms are furnished in Jacobean style with a fine collection of oil paintings, delftware and heavily carved oak furniture. ...
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Discover Seaton Delaval Hall, A place of great theatre and drama Built in the early 18th century and the best example in the country of English Baroque, Seaton Delaval Hall and Gardens was created by Sir John Van Brugh who was also responsible for Castle Howard and Blenheim Palace. The house has survived terrible fires and military occupation over its 900 year history but still stands defiant, from the glorious breathtakingly beautiful Central Hall to the dark cellar network of servant...
in Tyne & Wear
Discover Seaton Delaval Hall, A place of great theatre and drama Admiral Delaval commissioned Sir John Vanbrugh to build the hall in 1718. The house was the home of the Delaval family who were famous for the notoriously extravagant parties they threw in the Georgian period. The Hall was damaged by fire in 1822, but successive generations of the family, particularly the late Lord Hastings, undertook extensive repairs to ensure the Hall's survival.
in Tyne & Wear
Opened by the club's attached touring professional Lee Westwood in May 2011, the championship Lee Westwood Colt course at Close House is a typical, thoughtfully-designed English parkland lay-out offering a rich variety of outstanding holes through the estate of an 18th century mansion, now a splendid hotel. Individual features of the area, including a forest, Roman fort and an historic wall, have been skilfully incorporated with panoramic views over the Tyne Valley, yet just ten miles from Ne...
in County Durham
Standing proud for more than 600 years, the magnificent spectacle of Lumley Castle dominates the County Durham landscape.
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20.3 miles from the centre of Tyne and Wear
Covid 19: We're delighted to confirm that we shall re-open on October 1st, at which point we will be sure to comply with - or exceed - the safety measures required to protect you -and us - from the ravages of the virus. Until then, stay safe and stay well.
in Durham
Set in 37 acres of rural and charming countryside with views to the wild and beautiful heritage coast, this 5-star boutique hotel has an intriguing past and like numerous Georgian country houses has a rich history and an unconventional character that repudiates its contemporary interior.
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in Durham
Whether you're looking to enjoy the very best in British luxury dining or experience Pan-Asian cuisine bursting with flavour, Seaham Hall and its restaurants are amongst the most exclusive places to eat in Durham. The ever-changing menus feature only the freshest, local ingredients, while their dedicated team and fabulous location promise a unique and truly unforgettable dining experience.
in Durham
Drawing inspiration from Far Eastern healing and wellness rituals, the Serenity Spa is a tranquil, calming and truly inspiring space which engages the senses and nurtures the mind, body and soul. The unparalleled facilities and comprehensive treatments will enable you to accomplish a feeling of concordance, leaving you invigorated, stimulated and content with your environment.
in Tyne & Wear
The Belsay Hall comprises three distinct but related elements: a medieval castle that was enlarged in the early 17th century, a Greek Revival mansion that superseded it as a family residence at the beginning of the 19th century, and an outstanding garden linking the two buildings. A mix of eclectic architecture Belsay Hall is a stately home like no other, explore the great room of the ruined medieval castle on the site and clamber to the top of the tower for lovely Northumberland views. Altho...
in Tyne & Wear
Explore one of Britain's most Intriguing Country Mansions The Belsay Hall comprises three distinct but related elements: a medieval castle that was enlarged in the early 17th century, a Greek Revival mansion that superseded it as a family residence at the beginning of the 19th century, and an outstanding garden linking the two buildings. A mix of eclectic architecture Belsay Hall is a stately home like no other, explore the great room of the ruined medieval castle on the site and cla...
in Durham
Diggerland Durham is one of the four Diggerland theme parks that operate in the UK. With thrill-a-minute rides and the opportunity to drive and operate real-life construction vehicles, Diggerland provides a unique day out for the whole family.
23.4 miles from the centre of Tyne and Wear
Plum Tree Cottage is a delightful barn conversion nestled on the banks of the river Wear between Low Barns nature reserve one of the region’s most important wildlife sites and the picturesque historic village of Witton-le-Wear. This stunning little cottage sits in an elevated position on a private half acre site conveniently situated within easy reach of the region’s most beautiful scenery historic sites and many attractions.Plum Tree is a beautifully appointed one bedroom two showeroom cottage
in County Durham
Offering clean and comfortable accommodation in historic Durham Castle, with free WiFi
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in Northumberland
A quality hotel in Northumberland with golf course, spa and treatment facilities, fine dining in the library restaurant, and the perfect wedding venue.
25.7 miles from the centre of Tyne and Wear
Right in the centre of Rothbury, The Turks Head offers excellent value home cooked meals, Lovely en-suite rooms & cottages. Fantastic enclosed gardens with sun terrace and enclosed childrens play area which offers something truly unique in Northumberland in our grade II listed coaching inn, situated in the heart of beautiful Northumberland. Overlooking Simonside & walking distance to Cragside only 9 miles to Anlwick castle. Also please see our facebook page for events, such as live music etc
in Durham
Brancepeth Castle has some of the finest par threes and can claim to be one of the North-East's most picturesque courses. Designed by Harry Colt and at 6,400 yards and with a par of 70 it's a sound test. The first thing you notice are the rippling fairways and the second, ninth and 10th (played in the shadow of the castle) are three of the hardest par threes around. The latter two are close to 200 yards and play across a deep ravine which weaves through the course. The clubhouse is entered t...
in Northumberland
Explore the Beautiful Wallington Garden Wallington Garden, the original formality of Sir Walter Blackett´s 18th century landscape was influenced by Capability Brown. A simple grass terrace looks out over the landscape park, shrubberies and there are woodland circuit walks with semi-formal ponds, a wildlife hide, fine conifers and rhododendrons. Inside the egg-shaped walled garden are fine glasshouses, a sculpture terrace, a system of pools and some first-class colourful cottage gardenin...
in Northumberland
Explore the beautiful Wallington House and Gardens Wallington dates from 1688, the estate was laid out in the 18th century by Sir Walter Blackett. The interior houses very good Italian Rococo plasterwork in the main rooms and a Victorian hall painted with murals of Northumbrian scenes by William Bell Scott. On display are fine collections of ceramics, curiosities, stuffed birds, geological specimens and dolls houses. The 17th century garden has a walled garden, lawns, lakes, shrubberie...
in Northumberland
Tucked away in rural Northumberland but within easy access of the A1 and the Northumberland coastline, Eshott Hall offers 20 bedrooms and 2AA rosette dining.
in Northumberland
Eshott Hall Restaurant, a treat for all the senses: from exquisite canapes with your pre-dinner drinks in the drawing room, through to the main event, enjoyed amid the hushed candlelight of the elegant restaurant.
in Northumberland
The noteworthy Macdonald Linden Hall Golf and Country Club was built by trader and broker Charles William Bigge in 1812. Today, it settles in 450 sections of land of private grounds: the country house hotel. Flaunting a few adaptable function rooms and an 18-hole golf course, it's the ideal scene for business occasions. The staggering Northumberland countryside location and award-winning food and drink are perfect for weddings as well. If you want a relaxing break in the country with an e...
in Northumberland
Go glam in the country at Linden Hall's Vital Spa, a rural retreat surrounded by 450 acres of private grounds. Listen to birdsong as you take to one of the ambient treatment rooms for an expert Decleor ritual and choose from indulgent facials or exfoliating body massages. Wrap yourself in your robe and tread the hushed corridors towards the 12m pool and lounge around with a magazine in hand, or raise the temperature in the sauna room and let off some steam. For a more energetic experience, do...
in Northumberland
Longframlington Gardens is being created by Hazel Huddleston MCIHort – as a multi-tasking centre for horticulture plants and gardens. It offers a wonderful plac
in Northumberland
Crofter's cabin is a special getaway that you and your beloved pet will enjoy. Saddler's cabin offers a unique retreat away from the hustle and bustle of life.
in Northumberland
The Treehouse offers a unique rural escape nestled in the woods adjacent to the Campbell’s family farm, near Alnwick in Northumberland.
in Northumberland
Explore an Extraordinary Victorian House and Gardens The variety and scale of Cragside´s gardens are incredible. Surrounding the house on all sides is one of the largest `hand-made´ rock gardens in Europe. In the Pinetum below, the UK´s tallest Scots Pine soars above other woodland giants. Across the Valley, the Orchard House still produces many varieties of fresh fruit. The Italianate ornamental garden with sunken ferneries and carpet bedding add to this crazy optimistic mixture. To...
in Northumberland
Explore an Extraordinary Victorian House and Gardens Cragside, creation of Victorian inventor and landscape genius Lord Armstrong, is a garden of breathtaking drama whatever the season. Surrounding the house is one of the largest rock gardens in Europe. Beyond is a vast woodland garden where rhododendrons and azaleas reach full bloom during May and June. Soaring high above are the magnificent spires of Armstrong´s transatlantic conifer collection which provides shelter to the estate´...
in Durham
Seaton Carew Golf Club is the 10th oldest club in England, founded in 1874. Located on a stretch of windswept land to the north of the River Tees, the course is renowned for its quick draining sandy soil and tightly mown fairways.
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