Hotel du Vin Newcastle
Brief Description of Hotel:
Moments from the city centre of Newcastle the Hotel Du Vin offers fantastic views of the
city’s quayside and bridges. A magnificently refurbished Edwardian building on the banks of the famous River Tyne, the hotel was originally home to the Tyne Tees Steam Ship Company. There’s a recognition to the buildings maritime past - from ship ropes in the courtyard to porthole windows in some of the rooms.
Rooms and Facilities:
The Hotel offers 42 timelessly styled bedrooms and stunning suites. All of the rooms feature luxuries such as comfy handsprung mattresses, fine Egyptian linen, deep baths and powerful drench showers, plasma TV’s and much more.
The hotel was created out of buildings with character and history in mind.
• Afternoon tea
• Wine tasting
• Modern, classic Bistro dining
• Extensive wine cellars
United by 7 bridges across a spectacular riverscape, Newcastle and Gateshead form a single, diverse and vibrant city to visit.
The city has so much to offer including world class culture, vibrant nightlife, award-twinning dining, inspiring heritage and shopping at Eldon Square, one of the UKs largest shopping complexes. Gateshead is home to the worlds first and only tilting bridge, linking Gateshead and Newcastle for pedestrians and cyclists. The hotel is located only 3 minute walk from the BALTIC centre for contemporary arts, along with riverside pubs, restaurants and musical events.
How to get there:
Driving : From the M1 from north or south, follow signs for Gateshead/Newcastle. Follow signs for Metro Arena and Quayside, follow signs for the Hotel du Vin.
Train: Newcastle Central train station is approximately 1.5 miles. Air: Newcastle Airport is approximately 8 miles.
Parking: There are spaces in a private car park for £10.00 per overnight stay. Valet parking also available.