Cheap flats to let, rentals for short or long term stay
Newcastle is a vibrant city, well known for its lively Bigg Market area, where you can find quite a number of bars and pubs, along with numerous restaurants. Self catering is located in various areas all over the city. Stay in a cheaper studio, affordable flat or more luxurious 4 or 5 star deluxe apartment or penthouse for both short or long term. Popular is a stay for a stag or hen party. Larger groups can opt to stay in party pads.
Spacious and contemporary apartments are minutes away from the famous Quayside nightlife, Eldon Square shopping centre and Grey’s Monument. St James’ Park football stadium, home of Newcastle FC is within easy reach.
Most rentals have a fully equipped kitchen (with a dishwater), free Wi-Fi and a widescreen LCD TV. They feature also a bright living room and modern bathroom.
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Serviced Lets in Newcastle City Centre UK
Admire Georgian architecture in the city centre, or visit the Great North Museum, Life Science Centre, Washington Wetland Centre or the Blue Reef aquarium in North Shields. There’s plenty to do and see. Shopping enthusiasts will enjoy The Central Arcade, Eldon Square shopping center and the Metro Centre in Gateshead which is Europe’s largest shopping and leisure complex. Britain’s largest original art store, The Biscuit Factory, is nearby.
It can be busy in the city centre, especially if you visit during a match day when the Magpies play at St James’ Park football ground.
Centrally located self catering apartments and penthouses, along the banks of the River Tyne, are within minutes of numerous attractions and sights. They feature a stylish decor, modern furniture and fully equipped kitchens. Some spacious and contemporary flats have views of the river and the Millennium Bridge. The Baltic Centre, Grey’s Monument and the eye-catching Sage Gateshead are also within easy reach. Some accommodations provide a generous buffet breakfast, and have a fitness centre, free laundry room and free car parking.
The Jesmond district and Quayside arer within easy reach. The city’s cruise and ferry port can be found in North Shields.
Affordable Short Term Stay for the Weekend or One Night
Apartments offer you a stylish place to stay whether you are staying in the city for business or leisure. Rent it for one night, one week or longer. Self contained flats and aparthotels are located right in the vibrant heart of Newcastle-upon-Tyne city centre, located in the north-east of England.
The award-winning Gateshead Millennium Bridge is a famous landmark of the city. Popular tourist attractions include the BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, which is a free gallery with great changing exhibitions and The Castle Keep.
The Metro Radio Arena, a famous indoor sports and entertainment venue is nearby, as well as the main central railway station. Monument Station is also just a minute’s walk away, as well as taxi ranks and bus stops.
Flats are clean and well maintained. Most have a luxurious bathroom, a seating area and a fully-equipped kitchen. The fitted modern kitchens feature an oven, microwave and refrigerator, perfect for self catering. Some offer on-site car parking, fitness centre or a private balcony.
City Center Train Station
Main railway station ?
If you want to travel by train to Newcastle Central Station, the station is served by several rail operating companies.
There are regular direct rail services to London Kings Cross railroad st., Birmingham New Street, Waverley in Edinburgh Scotland, Leeds city, Sheffield (see rentals), central York, Aberdeen, Glasgow and other locations all over England and Scotland.
Where is Newcastle-upon-Tyne ?
The seaport city of Newcastle is located in northern-east England. The town/city lies in the county of Tyne and Wear, on the north bank of the River Tyne.
- Darlington — 31 miles
- Carlisle — 53 miles
- York — 74 miles
- Leeds — 81 miles
- Bradford — 82 miles
- Blackburn — 92 miles
Visitors flying to the city will arrive at Newcastle International Airport NCL, located near Ponteland a few miles north-west of the city centre. Frequently served airports include London Heathrow Intl., Belfast International in Northern Ireland, Bristol airport, and Southampton in Hampshire.
5 Must See Attractions and Sights
(Arch 6, Lime Street, Ouseburn Valley, NE1 2PQ England)
Tunnel built to transport coal to the River Tyne. It was also used as an air-raid shelter during World War II. Taking a tour gives you the opportunity to discover a little bit of city’s hidden history.
Grey Street and Grainger Town
Historic heart of Newcastle upon Tyne. The area includes Grainger Market, Theatre Royal, Grey Street, Grainger Street and Clayton Street. It’s home to cobbled streets, stunning architecture, many restaurants, and shops.
(along the banks of the River Tyne)
Great place to stroll around, popular by both locals and tourists. Lively and picturesque area with many restaurants and historic pubs. Cross the stunning Gateshead Millenium bridge and admire the views of the riverside.
(100 Grey Street, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 6BR, England)
The Theatre Royal is an absolutely beautiful venue which has the most amazing shows. Right in the middle of town.
The Discovery Museum
(Blandford Sq., Tyne and Wear NE1 4JA, United Kingdom UK)
The Discovery Museum is a fantastic free museum set in the old CWS North East headquarters premises. There’s lots to see and masses of interactive displays.