Accommodation close to Terminals and Docks
Compare rates and see our cheapest prices for hotels, apartments for rent and b&b’s or guest houses for cruises and ferries. Stay around the Port of Tyne at Shields Harbour near Newcastle England, sat nav postcode is NE29 6EE. Many establisments offer free on-site car parking.
The cruise and international passenger terminal of Newcastle is located adjacent to Royal Quays Marina. Fred Olsen Cruise Lines offers a Coastal Britain Cruise and P&O cruises offers mini cruises and sail to the Baltic from this port. Also Thomson Cruises use this port for departures. DFDS Seaways offers ferry crossings to Amsterdam, Denmark & Norway from Newcastle.
Port of Tyne International Cruise Passenger Terminal
Newcastle cruise terminal is located adjacent to Royal Quays Marina in North Shields, which is the site of a major development including a yachting marina, hotel, brand outlet shopping centre and waterpark. The area around the port has created new attractions such as the Sage Gateshead Music Centre and The Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art.
Cruise and International Passenger Terminal
Newcastle Cruise Terminal has seating for 700 passengers and carries approximately 800,000 passengers a year. Cruises from Newcastle offer facilities including six check in desks, baggage handling facilities, a bureau de change, and long and short stay car parks.
Address Ferry and Cruise Port Terminal :
International Passenger Terminal, Royal Quays, North Shields, Tyne & Wear, NE29 6EE
There are short and long term car parking facilities outside of the main ferry terminal and cruise facility.
Railway Station : Newcastle Central Station is approximately 9 miles from the cruise terminal and serves London in under three hours, Edinburgh and also York.
DFDS Seaways Ferry Terminal
DFDS Seaways International Passenger Terminal, Royal Quays, North Shields, Tyne & Wear, NE29 6EE
Cheap Hotel and B&B rooms near Newcastle Docks (with Parking)
A very popular cheap hotel near by the Newcastle cruise and ferry docks is 3 star Annie’s Guest House. This family run b&b is located in South Shields and is very close to the cruise and ferry terminal and offer cheap rates for the cruise and ferry passengers.
You will find several quality hotels just a short drive away from the Newcastle cruise terminal. One of the best hotels close to the docks is luxury 4 star York House Hotel. This luxury 4 star hotel is located in Whitley Bay close to the beach, beside the port and 15 minutes from Newcastle city centre.
Many hotels, apartments and b&b’s close to the port offer free and secure public parking. One of the most popular accommodations around the cruise port is 3 star Sir William Fox Hotel. This property with free public parking is located in the heart of South Tyneside, just a short drive away from the cruise and ferry terminal and about 10 miles east of Newcastle city centre.
Several accommodations nearby the port terminal offer family rooms. We can recommend you 3 star Village Hotel and Leisure Club Newcastle. This hotel offers family rooms and the largest hotel leisure club, including a 25 metre heated swimming pool. The Village Newcastle is well placed for cruise and ferry passengers.
Popular Port Hotel next to Newcastle Cruise and Ferry Terminal
Hadrian Lodge Hotel is one of the closest accommodations to the cruise and ferry terminal of Newcastle upon Tyne. It’s located between the port and Newcastle and directly opposite Hadrian Road Metro station.
Find the perfect stay at Shields Harbour Docks cruise and ferry passenger terminal nearby Newcastle upon Tyne ! Popular in the city is also renting a serviced apartment for short or long term.
Directions to the passenger pier (wharf)
From A1/A1(M) Northbound:
Leave the A1/A1(M) for the A194(M). Continue under the A184 onto the A194, at the junction with the A19 turn left towards the Tyne Tunnel.
At the next roundabout take the first exit into the Tyne Tunnel. When you emerge pass through the toll and continue ahead at the roundabout onto the A187. Take the first exit at the roundabout and second exit at the next roundabout (A187).
Continue ahead at the next roundabout and take the second exit at the next roundabout onto Coble Dene. Continue ahead at the roundabout and take the second exit at the next roundabout. The International Passenger Terminal is situated at the end of this road.
From A1 Southbound:
Follow the A1 southbound leaving at junction 80, at the end of the slip road turn left onto the A19. Remain on the A19 over three roundabouts, then at the fourth roundabout (Tyne Tunnel) take the first exit onto the A187.
Take the first exit at next roundabout and second exit at the following roundabout (A187). Continue ahead at the next roundabout and take the second exit at the next roundabout onto Coble Dene. Continue ahead at the roundabout and take the second exit at the next roundabout. The International Passenger Terminal is situated at the end of this road.
By Bus :
The cruise terminal is located 9 miles or 20 minutes from Newcastle’s Central Station by Metro from Percy Main with a further 20 minute walk to the cruise terminal. This railway station offers intercity services serving Edinburgh, York and London. (London can be reached in under three hours).
By Air :
Newcastle International Airport : Newcastle International Airport lies 15 miles to the north of the Cruise Terminal, or 30 minutes by car. Newcastle International airport is served by flights from Aberdeen, Belfast, Birmingham, Bristol, Gatwick, Heathrow, Stansted and Southampton.
Port of Tyne in Royal Quays, North Shields
Name : Port of Tyne, International Passenger Terminal
Location : in North Shields, about 8 miles from Newcastle’s city centre.
Address : International Passenger Terminal, Royal Quays, North Shields, Tyne & Wear, NE29 6EE
Contact : Port of Tyne, Maritime House, Tyne Dock, South Shields, NE34 9PT England, United Kingdom
Region : North East England
County : Tyne and Wear
Tel : +44 (0)191 455 2671
Nearest Hotels : in North Shields, South Shields, Newcastle upon Tyne, Whitley Bay, and Sunderland.
Nearby Attractions and Sights
Customs House (Mill Dam, South Shields NE33 1ES, England): lovely theatre. It has plenty of variety to suit all ages.
The Fish Quay Fair (Bell Street, The Fish Quay Fair Bilton Buildings, North Shields NE30 1HF, England): it’s a working quay and in the surrounding area there are fish shops where you can find fresh fish and restaurants.
Wet n’ Wild (Rotary Way, Royal Quays, North Shields NE29 6DA, England): water park.
Tynemouth Market (Tynemouth Station, Tynemouth, England): flea market. Tynemouth Station Market has a great variety of stalls from handmade arts and crafts to original artworks, fresh food and many more.
Tynemouth Castle and Priory (Tynemouth, Newcastle upon Tyne NE30 4BZ, England): very nice castle near the seaside. Worth to visit and the scenery is beautiful with stunning views of Cullercoats and Whitley Bay beaches. The moated castle-towers, gatehouse and keep are combined with the ruins of the Benedictine priory where early kings of Northumbria were buried.