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Stephanie’s Guidebook

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Stephanie’s Guidebook

Food scene
Great views from the champagne bar over Panama Beach. The Fish and Chips are great either to take away or sit in. There is also a great local shop "For the Love of The North" "Valerie's Cafe" - lovely for afternoon tea, a micro pub "The Split Chimp" and a nice Waffle and Pancake House.
Spanish City
Great views from the champagne bar over Panama Beach. The Fish and Chips are great either to take away or sit in. There is also a great local shop "For the Love of The North" "Valerie's Cafe" - lovely for afternoon tea, a micro pub "The Split Chimp" and a nice Waffle and Pancake House.
Amazing East Mediterranean Mezze food - booking ahead is suggested. And literally a stones throw from your doorstep. Just look out the front window!
Papa Ganoush
240 Park View
Amazing East Mediterranean Mezze food - booking ahead is suggested. And literally a stones throw from your doorstep. Just look out the front window!
Award winning ice cream with a fantastic range of flavours. The Pizzas are also great! Perfect place for an early dinner as last orders are 7pm. Pizza and Ice cream are also available to take away.
Di-Meo's
9 Marine Ave
Award winning ice cream with a fantastic range of flavours. The Pizzas are also great! Perfect place for an early dinner as last orders are 7pm. Pizza and Ice cream are also available to take away.
The food here is excellent, lots of modern takes on traditional English and local classics. They do a great kids menu too!
Hinnies Restaurant
10 East Parade
The food here is excellent, lots of modern takes on traditional English and local classics. They do a great kids menu too!
The Asian menu and lay back surf vibe is a family favorite for us. They offer a mouth watering menu and a kids menu too. We recommend booking if there are more than 4 of you.
Omni Cafe
12 Front St
The Asian menu and lay back surf vibe is a family favorite for us. They offer a mouth watering menu and a kids menu too. We recommend booking if there are more than 4 of you.
The Halloumi Kebab is out of this world, Kebabs but not as you know it. This place gets packed so definitely book ahead. If your a foodie - you wont be dissapointed.
Elder and Wolf
171 Whitley Rd
The Halloumi Kebab is out of this world, Kebabs but not as you know it. This place gets packed so definitely book ahead. If your a foodie - you wont be dissapointed.
If you are vegetarian or vegan or just like food that's great for you and super tasty - head here! Juices, smoothies , hearty salads and soups. I'm a regular!
Pulp Fiction
195 Park View
If you are vegetarian or vegan or just like food that's great for you and super tasty - head here! Juices, smoothies , hearty salads and soups. I'm a regular!
Really lovely restaurant - great for a sunday lunch or a nice evening meal. However if you fancy just a pint at the bar after a long walk along the beach there is a separate bar area. Lovely decor and coastal feel.
The Briar Dene
71 The Links
Really lovely restaurant - great for a sunday lunch or a nice evening meal. However if you fancy just a pint at the bar after a long walk along the beach there is a separate bar area. Lovely decor and coastal feel.
I could go as far as saying this is some of the best food you could eat in Newcastle and by far Whitley Bay's best kept secret. It's 'honest cooking, unpretentious bistro style decor and a great soundtrack. They grow and make as much as they can. Every plate is beautifully decorated and tastes amazing!
The Roxburgh
I could go as far as saying this is some of the best food you could eat in Newcastle and by far Whitley Bay's best kept secret. It's 'honest cooking, unpretentious bistro style decor and a great soundtrack. They grow and make as much as they can. Every plate is beautifully decorated and tastes amazing!
Neighbourhoods
Check out the English Herritage Priory. Head down Rileys Fish Shack voted one of the best eating places in the whole UK for its on beach location, amazing fish menu and super trendy vibe! Or if you want to hit the local bar scene head here for a great night out.
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Tynemouth
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Check out the English Herritage Priory. Head down Rileys Fish Shack voted one of the best eating places in the whole UK for its on beach location, amazing fish menu and super trendy vibe! Or if you want to hit the local bar scene head here for a great night out.
This is a lovely little fishing village with a lovely high street and the harbour pods housing cute little food and boutique shops.
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Amble
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This is a lovely little fishing village with a lovely high street and the harbour pods housing cute little food and boutique shops.
Great to combine with a day out in Amble Warkworth has one of our favorite castle ruins, hire a audio guide to find out all the history of this beautiful historic castle. Warkworth village is beautiful too with river running through and a great range of pubs - try The Masons Arms for great cosy interior and food!
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Warkworth
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Great to combine with a day out in Amble Warkworth has one of our favorite castle ruins, hire a audio guide to find out all the history of this beautiful historic castle. Warkworth village is beautiful too with river running through and a great range of pubs - try The Masons Arms for great cosy interior and food!
A great local day out, visit Alnwick Castle a fully used and functioning castle that is also open to the public. Any Harry Potter fans will love it here, as this was the location for many scenes in the Harry Potter Movies including the famous Quidditch pitch. Also well worth a visit is the Alnwick Gardens, a great family favorite - dont forget to visit the amazing Treehouse with its connecting rope bridges. Within the Treehouse is a fantastic restaurant booking ahead is advised!
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Alnwick
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A great local day out, visit Alnwick Castle a fully used and functioning castle that is also open to the public. Any Harry Potter fans will love it here, as this was the location for many scenes in the Harry Potter Movies including the famous Quidditch pitch. Also well worth a visit is the Alnwick Gardens, a great family favorite - dont forget to visit the amazing Treehouse with its connecting rope bridges. Within the Treehouse is a fantastic restaurant booking ahead is advised!
Durham is full of character and history. If you want a great tour of the city and some family entertainment then we would totally recommend doing a treasure trail https://www.treasuretrails.co.uk/things-to-do/durham which takes in the fantastic Durham Cathedral as part of the tour.
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Durham
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Durham is full of character and history. If you want a great tour of the city and some family entertainment then we would totally recommend doing a treasure trail https://www.treasuretrails.co.uk/things-to-do/durham which takes in the fantastic Durham Cathedral as part of the tour.
If you like walking and have done the coast paths head to The Cheviot Hills for some great Northumberland walks. Simonside is one of my favorite walks. Head down to the village of Rothbury for pub tea and a mooch in the lovely local shops. If you have more time visit the National Trust house and grounds of Cragside - a fantastic day out!
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Rothbury
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If you like walking and have done the coast paths head to The Cheviot Hills for some great Northumberland walks. Simonside is one of my favorite walks. Head down to the village of Rothbury for pub tea and a mooch in the lovely local shops. If you have more time visit the National Trust house and grounds of Cragside - a fantastic day out!
This is a beautiful city with lots to see and, easily accessible via metro from Whitley Bay. My top highlights to see would be firstly The Quayside, see the cities many famous bridges and walk over the Millenium bridge to Gateshead where you can see a live music event or just have a coffee. From there we have a choice of great Museums and Art Galleries. The Baltic is fantastic and just asks for a donation. It might be worth checking ahead to see what exhibitions are on? Other free museums (donations welcome) are The Discovery Museum and The Great North Museum both great ones for kids. The Center for life (if there is a specific exhibition you fancy) is fantastic but it is an expensive day out so if there is no exhibition I'd hold off heading there. One of the greatest things about Newcastle is its Architecture - walk from The Quayside up Dean Street to Grey Street, probably Newcastle's most famous street for its Architecture. From here you can see Greys Monument (check with the tourist board as you you occasionally book onto tours to climb to the top!) Everything you could expect from a city is here - shops, restaurants, bars - you name it! One of the most beautiful bars is The Botanist hidden away behind Waterstones on Blackett Street or try the brand new 'Leila Lilys'. But if you fancy something a little more of the beaten track head to Horticulture tucked away on Market Lane just off Pilgrim Street. Or head to the outskirts of the city to 'The Holy Hobo' and see if you can gain the password to the secret bar! If your up for some dancing cross the street for live music and more cocktails at 'As You Like It'. For a bite to eat the food court in Fenwicks if fab for a quick bite on the go, I'm a big fan of 'The Fat Hippo' on Shakespeare Street which has great Burgers! or if I'm feeling healthy i'll go for 'The Naked Deli' on Grey Street. A hidden gem if you fancy something special is 'Blackfriars' tucked away in old 16th Century Friary on Friar street. The Michelin recommended restaurant wont dissapoint - booking necessary. Finally don't miss out on a few of my favorites - The Castle of 'New' 'castle'. Great views and super interesting!! - The Phil and Lit Library a gorgeous and historic library - it feel's like your in hogwarts! - Exhibition Park - a great park for kids but carry on up the festoon lit path Wylam Brewery at the far side of the lake for a great Sunday Lunch, super cool gigs or just a quick coffee or beer.
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Newcastle upon Tyne
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This is a beautiful city with lots to see and, easily accessible via metro from Whitley Bay. My top highlights to see would be firstly The Quayside, see the cities many famous bridges and walk over the Millenium bridge to Gateshead where you can see a live music event or just have a coffee. From there we have a choice of great Museums and Art Galleries. The Baltic is fantastic and just asks for a donation. It might be worth checking ahead to see what exhibitions are on? Other free museums (donations welcome) are The Discovery Museum and The Great North Museum both great ones for kids. The Center for life (if there is a specific exhibition you fancy) is fantastic but it is an expensive day out so if there is no exhibition I'd hold off heading there. One of the greatest things about Newcastle is its Architecture - walk from The Quayside up Dean Street to Grey Street, probably Newcastle's most famous street for its Architecture. From here you can see Greys Monument (check with the tourist board as you you occasionally book onto tours to climb to the top!) Everything you could expect from a city is here - shops, restaurants, bars - you name it! One of the most beautiful bars is The Botanist hidden away behind Waterstones on Blackett Street or try the brand new 'Leila Lilys'. But if you fancy something a little more of the beaten track head to Horticulture tucked away on Market Lane just off Pilgrim Street. Or head to the outskirts of the city to 'The Holy Hobo' and see if you can gain the password to the secret bar! If your up for some dancing cross the street for live music and more cocktails at 'As You Like It'. For a bite to eat the food court in Fenwicks if fab for a quick bite on the go, I'm a big fan of 'The Fat Hippo' on Shakespeare Street which has great Burgers! or if I'm feeling healthy i'll go for 'The Naked Deli' on Grey Street. A hidden gem if you fancy something special is 'Blackfriars' tucked away in old 16th Century Friary on Friar street. The Michelin recommended restaurant wont dissapoint - booking necessary. Finally don't miss out on a few of my favorites - The Castle of 'New' 'castle'. Great views and super interesting!! - The Phil and Lit Library a gorgeous and historic library - it feel's like your in hogwarts! - Exhibition Park - a great park for kids but carry on up the festoon lit path Wylam Brewery at the far side of the lake for a great Sunday Lunch, super cool gigs or just a quick coffee or beer.
Sightseeing
if you're feeling energetic you can do a lovely walk straight from 209 Park View all the way to the lighthouse (and up it) along the beach if the tide is out. You can only access the lighthouse at low tide so do check the tide times for getting on - and off!! The are a lot of steps up and fairly steep at top so kids might need a little help. However the views at the top are just fantastic. If you're lucky enough to be there at the right time of year this is a frequent hang out of our local seals so head to the back of the lighthouse rocks to see them sunbathing. The foot of the lighthouse is a great place to rock pool for crabs and other local marine life, we have left some nets at 209 to get you started!
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St. Mary's Lighthouse
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if you're feeling energetic you can do a lovely walk straight from 209 Park View all the way to the lighthouse (and up it) along the beach if the tide is out. You can only access the lighthouse at low tide so do check the tide times for getting on - and off!! The are a lot of steps up and fairly steep at top so kids might need a little help. However the views at the top are just fantastic. If you're lucky enough to be there at the right time of year this is a frequent hang out of our local seals so head to the back of the lighthouse rocks to see them sunbathing. The foot of the lighthouse is a great place to rock pool for crabs and other local marine life, we have left some nets at 209 to get you started!
English Heritage own this great priory sat on the cliffs of Tynemouth. Well worth a visit.
Tynemouth Priory
6 Fern Ave
English Heritage own this great priory sat on the cliffs of Tynemouth. Well worth a visit.
Beautiful Beach, if you want to try your hand at surfing there are a couple of surf schools here to take you out on the waves!
Long Sands Beach
Beautiful Beach, if you want to try your hand at surfing there are a couple of surf schools here to take you out on the waves!
Enter the world of Lord Armstrong - Victorian inventor, innovator and landscape genius. Cragside house was truly a wonder of its age. Discover the first house in the world to be lit by hydroelectricity. It is crammed full of ingenious gadgets – most of them still working. The gardens are incredible. One of the largest rock gardens in Europe leads down to the Iron Bridge, which in turn leads to the formal garden. Children will love the adventure play area and exploring Nelly's Labyrinth, a network of paths and tunnels cut out of a vast area of rhododendron forest.
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National Trust - Cragside
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Enter the world of Lord Armstrong - Victorian inventor, innovator and landscape genius. Cragside house was truly a wonder of its age. Discover the first house in the world to be lit by hydroelectricity. It is crammed full of ingenious gadgets – most of them still working. The gardens are incredible. One of the largest rock gardens in Europe leads down to the Iron Bridge, which in turn leads to the formal garden. Children will love the adventure play area and exploring Nelly's Labyrinth, a network of paths and tunnels cut out of a vast area of rhododendron forest.
Seaton Delaval Hall is a Grade I listed country house in Northumberland. Its own by The National Trust as has a rather colourful history, its a smaller National Trust site but very beautiful and in summer the gardens are gorgeous.
Seaton Delaval Hall
Seaton Delaval Hall is a Grade I listed country house in Northumberland. Its own by The National Trust as has a rather colourful history, its a smaller National Trust site but very beautiful and in summer the gardens are gorgeous.
With 600 acres of gardens, woodland and countryside – perfect for wildlife spotting. Highlights include a Neo-classical chapel, restored stable block and grand ruin. There are plenty of picnic spots or a great cafe for food. Kids will love the Strawberry Castle play area.
National Trust - Gibside
With 600 acres of gardens, woodland and countryside – perfect for wildlife spotting. Highlights include a Neo-classical chapel, restored stable block and grand ruin. There are plenty of picnic spots or a great cafe for food. Kids will love the Strawberry Castle play area.
I think this is my favorite National Trust place in the North East. There really is something for everyone with 13,000 acres of lawns, lakes, woodland, parkland and farmland, The Gardens and woodland areas are stunning and have a tranquil, magical feel. There are 3 adventure playgrounds to choose from but dont miss the train with role play station and giant slide. The impressive home of Sir Charles Trevelyan you can explore the history of Northumberland in huge pre-Raphaelite paintings around the Central Hall or take time to discover the beautiful furniture, treasured collections and quirky curiosities in each room. There is now also a Dragon cycle trail with bikes available for hire.
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National Trust Wallington
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I think this is my favorite National Trust place in the North East. There really is something for everyone with 13,000 acres of lawns, lakes, woodland, parkland and farmland, The Gardens and woodland areas are stunning and have a tranquil, magical feel. There are 3 adventure playgrounds to choose from but dont miss the train with role play station and giant slide. The impressive home of Sir Charles Trevelyan you can explore the history of Northumberland in huge pre-Raphaelite paintings around the Central Hall or take time to discover the beautiful furniture, treasured collections and quirky curiosities in each room. There is now also a Dragon cycle trail with bikes available for hire.
Steeped in history this imposing Norman fortress, in the center of Newcastle Upon Tyne, is a rugged reminder of northern England's turbulent history. This was no baron's stately home. Newcastle Castle is a grim reminder of royal authority where armies gathered, and criminals were imprisoned and executed. It is where the story of Newcastle began, the reason the city got its name and has the most commanding views over the city and the River Tyne.
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Newcastle Castle
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Steeped in history this imposing Norman fortress, in the center of Newcastle Upon Tyne, is a rugged reminder of northern England's turbulent history. This was no baron's stately home. Newcastle Castle is a grim reminder of royal authority where armies gathered, and criminals were imprisoned and executed. It is where the story of Newcastle began, the reason the city got its name and has the most commanding views over the city and the River Tyne.
If your a fan on Newcastle United you might want to check out the stadium home to The Black and White Army. You can also book onto a rooftop tour and soak in Newcastle's stunning cityscape, from the ultimate vantage point. One of the UK and Ireland's only stadium rooftop tours.
St James Park
If your a fan on Newcastle United you might want to check out the stadium home to The Black and White Army. You can also book onto a rooftop tour and soak in Newcastle's stunning cityscape, from the ultimate vantage point. One of the UK and Ireland's only stadium rooftop tours.
Once home to the kings of ancient Northumbria, Bamburgh Castle is one of Northumberland's most iconic buildings. The Bamburgh castle we see today is a relatively recent structure, built by famed industrialist the first Lord Armstrong at vast cost in late Victorian times. Lord Armstrong was also responsible for building Cragside House, Gardens & Estates. But the castle boasts a much longer history. There have been settlements on the site since prehistoric times and the regular archaeological digs that take place on the site have unearthed some spectacular finds.
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Bamburgh Castle
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Once home to the kings of ancient Northumbria, Bamburgh Castle is one of Northumberland's most iconic buildings. The Bamburgh castle we see today is a relatively recent structure, built by famed industrialist the first Lord Armstrong at vast cost in late Victorian times. Lord Armstrong was also responsible for building Cragside House, Gardens & Estates. But the castle boasts a much longer history. There have been settlements on the site since prehistoric times and the regular archaeological digs that take place on the site have unearthed some spectacular finds.
Gateshead Millennium Bridge - the world's first and only tilting bridge! The bridge takes its place at the end of a line of distinguished bridges across the River Tyne, including the Tyne Bridge, Robert Stephenson's High Level Bridge and the swing bridge. For full details on when you can see the famous eye 'blink', please see Gateshead Millennium Bridge website
Millennium Bridge Panorama
Gateshead Millennium Bridge - the world's first and only tilting bridge! The bridge takes its place at the end of a line of distinguished bridges across the River Tyne, including the Tyne Bridge, Robert Stephenson's High Level Bridge and the swing bridge. For full details on when you can see the famous eye 'blink', please see Gateshead Millennium Bridge website
Alnwick Castle is one of the largest inhabited castles in England. Built as a medieval fortress, and owned by the Percy family for over 700 years, today it is known as home to the Duke and Duchess of Northumberland as well as a filming location for Harry Potter and Downton Abbey. With daily tours and activities, in addition to special performances and our famous Broomstick Training lessons, there is always something exciting to see. Whether dressing in medieval costume, practicing archery or admiring the art of the State Rooms, Alnwick Castle provides a memorable experience for every member of the family. The castle is only open seasonally so do check before setting off.
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Alnwick Castle
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Alnwick Castle is one of the largest inhabited castles in England. Built as a medieval fortress, and owned by the Percy family for over 700 years, today it is known as home to the Duke and Duchess of Northumberland as well as a filming location for Harry Potter and Downton Abbey. With daily tours and activities, in addition to special performances and our famous Broomstick Training lessons, there is always something exciting to see. Whether dressing in medieval costume, practicing archery or admiring the art of the State Rooms, Alnwick Castle provides a memorable experience for every member of the family. The castle is only open seasonally so do check before setting off.
The St Nicholas Cathedral is located in the heart of the city, combined with the Castle it makes up the medieval core of Newcastle. For the most part, the Cathedral is 14th century with the 15thC Lantern Tower.
The Cathedral Church of St. Nicholas
The St Nicholas Cathedral is located in the heart of the city, combined with the Castle it makes up the medieval core of Newcastle. For the most part, the Cathedral is 14th century with the 15thC Lantern Tower.
Did you know that Newcastle-upon-Tyne is home to not one but two cathedrals? The Catholic Cathedral Church of St Mary, situated opposite Central Station, was built in 1844 by one of the greatest of all Victorian architects, Augustus Welby Pugin, famous for his design of the interior of the Houses of Parliament at Westminster.
St Mary's Cathedral
Did you know that Newcastle-upon-Tyne is home to not one but two cathedrals? The Catholic Cathedral Church of St Mary, situated opposite Central Station, was built in 1844 by one of the greatest of all Victorian architects, Augustus Welby Pugin, famous for his design of the interior of the Houses of Parliament at Westminster.
Antony Gormleys Angel of the North stands 20 meters high just of the A1 welcoming visitors as they enter the city of Newcastle and Gateshead. You can pull up beside the Angel and walk to the sculpture. There is no fee for visiting the site.
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Angel of the North
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Antony Gormleys Angel of the North stands 20 meters high just of the A1 welcoming visitors as they enter the city of Newcastle and Gateshead. You can pull up beside the Angel and walk to the sculpture. There is no fee for visiting the site.
Housed in a landmark industrial building on the south bank of the River Tyne in Gateshead, BALTIC is the biggest gallery of its kind in the world - presenting a dynamic, diverse and international programme of contemporary visual art.
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Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art
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Housed in a landmark industrial building on the south bank of the River Tyne in Gateshead, BALTIC is the biggest gallery of its kind in the world - presenting a dynamic, diverse and international programme of contemporary visual art.
Sage Gateshead is an international home for music and musical discovery. It houses two main stages of acoustic excellence, a 26-room music education centre, a music information resource centre, four bars, a brasserie and a café.
Sage
Sage Gateshead is an international home for music and musical discovery. It houses two main stages of acoustic excellence, a 26-room music education centre, a music information resource centre, four bars, a brasserie and a café.
Originally home to the Lindisfarne Gospels and the site of grisly Viking attacks, Lindisfarne Priory sits offshore on Holy Island and is reached by a causeway at low tide. It was an important centre of early Christianity, and the home of St Cuthbert, and you can marvel at the ornate carvings on the extensive ruins of the monastic buildings and enjoy the serenity that first drew the monks and saints of Anglo-Saxon and medieval Northumbria here. Make sure you check tide times to cross the causeway both for getting on and off the Island.
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Holy Island
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Originally home to the Lindisfarne Gospels and the site of grisly Viking attacks, Lindisfarne Priory sits offshore on Holy Island and is reached by a causeway at low tide. It was an important centre of early Christianity, and the home of St Cuthbert, and you can marvel at the ornate carvings on the extensive ruins of the monastic buildings and enjoy the serenity that first drew the monks and saints of Anglo-Saxon and medieval Northumbria here. Make sure you check tide times to cross the causeway both for getting on and off the Island.
Northumberlandia is a unique piece of public art with 4 miles of footpaths the centrepiece of the park is a human landform sculpture of a reclining lady. Made of 1.5 million tonnes of rock, clay and soil, she is 100 feet high and a quarter of a mile long. After walking the Lady visit The Snowy Owl (A Vintage Inn) which sits next door, a cosy pub serving great food.
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Northumberlandia
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Northumberlandia is a unique piece of public art with 4 miles of footpaths the centrepiece of the park is a human landform sculpture of a reclining lady. Made of 1.5 million tonnes of rock, clay and soil, she is 100 feet high and a quarter of a mile long. After walking the Lady visit The Snowy Owl (A Vintage Inn) which sits next door, a cosy pub serving great food.
Built on the most magnificent scale, Dunstanburgh Castle stands on a remote headland in Northumberland. Owned by English Heritage this castle ruin has fantastic views. We like to park in Craster and walk over to the castle - a great little walk around 25 minutes. Then return to have some food at The Jolly Fisherman a traditional pub with cosy character and great food.
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DunstanburghCastle
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Built on the most magnificent scale, Dunstanburgh Castle stands on a remote headland in Northumberland. Owned by English Heritage this castle ruin has fantastic views. We like to park in Craster and walk over to the castle - a great little walk around 25 minutes. Then return to have some food at The Jolly Fisherman a traditional pub with cosy character and great food.
Activities
Cute little local independant non for profit cinema.
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Jam Jar Cinema
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Cute little local independant non for profit cinema.
Great for a rainy day activity with the kids.
Hotpotz
156 Park View
Great for a rainy day activity with the kids.
Fun for all the family or if your in a group book in to The Pirate Escape Room - just round the corner on Park View. There are 2 options of difficulty to take on the challenge!
Pirate Escape Rooms Whitley Bay
4A Park View
Fun for all the family or if your in a group book in to The Pirate Escape Room - just round the corner on Park View. There are 2 options of difficulty to take on the challenge!
Great day out for the family - Go back in time in the living open air museum reliving the story of the North East through the 1820's, 1900's, 1940s & 50's. We particularly like to take a picnic and eat up by the farm. If you want a photo of yourself back in time - head there first, situated in the old 1900's town and reserve your slot as this get get fully booked in the holidays.
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Beamish, the Living Museum of the North
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Great day out for the family - Go back in time in the living open air museum reliving the story of the North East through the 1820's, 1900's, 1940s & 50's. We particularly like to take a picnic and eat up by the farm. If you want a photo of yourself back in time - head there first, situated in the old 1900's town and reserve your slot as this get get fully booked in the holidays.
If you fancy Trying your hand at Paddle Boarding or Kayaking. Book in with Cullercoats Bike and Kayak. You can hire wetsuits are head out for 2 hours or 1/2 a day. On a calm sea day this is one of my favorite things to do.
Cullercoats Bike & Kayak
1A Norma Cres
If you fancy Trying your hand at Paddle Boarding or Kayaking. Book in with Cullercoats Bike and Kayak. You can hire wetsuits are head out for 2 hours or 1/2 a day. On a calm sea day this is one of my favorite things to do.
This is a free museum (donations welcomed) and great for kids and a 1/2 day out in Newcastle. Key exhibits include a fully interactive model of Hadrian's Wall, natural history, a significant display of plants and animals , spectacular objects from the Ancient Greeks and mummies from Ancient Egypt, a planetarium and a life-size T-Rex dinosaur skeleton.
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Great North Museum: Hancock
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This is a free museum (donations welcomed) and great for kids and a 1/2 day out in Newcastle. Key exhibits include a fully interactive model of Hadrian's Wall, natural history, a significant display of plants and animals , spectacular objects from the Ancient Greeks and mummies from Ancient Egypt, a planetarium and a life-size T-Rex dinosaur skeleton.
The Life Science Centre offers a combination of hands-on and display exhibits which have been designed to bring out your inner scientist, whilst having some fun in the process. Life also has a special area for under 7’s. This museum does have an admission charge and I would only recommend paying if there is an exhibition on. From November to February, Life hosts an outdoor ice rink in Times Square, just outside the Science Centre.
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Life Science Centre
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The Life Science Centre offers a combination of hands-on and display exhibits which have been designed to bring out your inner scientist, whilst having some fun in the process. Life also has a special area for under 7’s. This museum does have an admission charge and I would only recommend paying if there is an exhibition on. From November to February, Life hosts an outdoor ice rink in Times Square, just outside the Science Centre.
If you fancy talking in a show the Theatre Royal has over 300 shows happening a year. Newcastle’s Theatre Royal is one of only 9 Grade I listed theatre halls in England, the city’s theatre is often regarded as the finest theatre building in the country.
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Theatre Royal
100 Grey Street
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If you fancy talking in a show the Theatre Royal has over 300 shows happening a year. Newcastle’s Theatre Royal is one of only 9 Grade I listed theatre halls in England, the city’s theatre is often regarded as the finest theatre building in the country.
STACK is a creative social hub for entertainment, culture, work and play. Whether you're looking to do a little shopping at some of the best independent, local retailers or stop off for a bite to eat. Also home to Hadrian's Tipi bar and the Lone Wolf Ice Bar - a first for Newcastle over the festive season.
Stack Newcastle
STACK is a creative social hub for entertainment, culture, work and play. Whether you're looking to do a little shopping at some of the best independent, local retailers or stop off for a bite to eat. Also home to Hadrian's Tipi bar and the Lone Wolf Ice Bar - a first for Newcastle over the festive season.
Situated on the striking North East coast Tynemouth Aquarium is the perfect attraction for when the rain interferes with your trip to the beach! Enjoy close encounters with hundreds of incredible aquatic creatures! Definitely check out the seal show and hold out for the fun feeding of the otters.
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Blue Reef Aquarium Tynemouth
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Situated on the striking North East coast Tynemouth Aquarium is the perfect attraction for when the rain interferes with your trip to the beach! Enjoy close encounters with hundreds of incredible aquatic creatures! Definitely check out the seal show and hold out for the fun feeding of the otters.
Discover all about life in Newcastle and Tyneside, from the area's renowned maritime history and world-changing science and technology right through to fashion through the eras and military history. The museum is bursting with interactive displays, which makes it the perfect place to learn and have fun. Free - Donations welcome.
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Discovery Museum
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Discover all about life in Newcastle and Tyneside, from the area's renowned maritime history and world-changing science and technology right through to fashion through the eras and military history. The museum is bursting with interactive displays, which makes it the perfect place to learn and have fun. Free - Donations welcome.
This is a cute little Railway museum - great for little ones and train enthusiasts. You can a ride on a passenger train pulled by the 'Jackie Milburn' steam engine or heritage diesel locomotives.
Stephenson Railway Museum
This is a cute little Railway museum - great for little ones and train enthusiasts. You can a ride on a passenger train pulled by the 'Jackie Milburn' steam engine or heritage diesel locomotives.
PLAYHOUSE Whitley Bay offers a wide range of entertainment, including comedy, dance, drama, musicals and concerts. It's only 150 meters from 209 park view, why not check out what's on during your stay?
PLAYHOUSE Whitley Bay
PLAYHOUSE Whitley Bay offers a wide range of entertainment, including comedy, dance, drama, musicals and concerts. It's only 150 meters from 209 park view, why not check out what's on during your stay?
Jesmond Dene is a beautiful spot around 15/20 minutes from Whitley Bay by car. Jesmond Dene is a unique haven of peace and tranquility. It is a narrow wooded valley that follows the river Ouseburn between South Gosforth and Jesmond Vale and home to a lot of wildlife, notably the Kingfisher, the Red Squirrel and many woodland birds. You will find open fields for picnics, waterfalls, bridges and a variety of paths for walks. Their is a visitor center and cafe, a park for little ones and a pets corner with pigs, goats, rabbits and a variety of birds that kids will love. During the summer there is also a Thomas Train ride that loops around the park.
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Jesmond Dene
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Jesmond Dene is a beautiful spot around 15/20 minutes from Whitley Bay by car. Jesmond Dene is a unique haven of peace and tranquility. It is a narrow wooded valley that follows the river Ouseburn between South Gosforth and Jesmond Vale and home to a lot of wildlife, notably the Kingfisher, the Red Squirrel and many woodland birds. You will find open fields for picnics, waterfalls, bridges and a variety of paths for walks. Their is a visitor center and cafe, a park for little ones and a pets corner with pigs, goats, rabbits and a variety of birds that kids will love. During the summer there is also a Thomas Train ride that loops around the park.
A great pool for lane swimming (check timetable online) and fun. With racer slides, a pirate ship with mini slides and shooting water and a regular wave pool. If your not wanting to swim you will also find a gym, drop in classes, spa, cafe and soft play facilities.
Waves Leisure Centre
A great pool for lane swimming (check timetable online) and fun. With racer slides, a pirate ship with mini slides and shooting water and a regular wave pool. If your not wanting to swim you will also find a gym, drop in classes, spa, cafe and soft play facilities.
Situated 5 minutes along the coast from Whitley Bay you will find Smugglers Cove a fantastic spot for kids with adventure golf, pirate maze and the tynemouth inflatable park. Open Seasonally so check website for more details.
Smugglers Cove
Situated 5 minutes along the coast from Whitley Bay you will find Smugglers Cove a fantastic spot for kids with adventure golf, pirate maze and the tynemouth inflatable park. Open Seasonally so check website for more details.
For a taste of Northumberland's history and mining heritage try a visit to Woodhorn - Museum and Northumberland Archives, near Ashington. Woodhorn is based in original colliery buildings with a new museum housing interactive displays that paint a picture of life in this former mining community.
Woodhorn Museum
For a taste of Northumberland's history and mining heritage try a visit to Woodhorn - Museum and Northumberland Archives, near Ashington. Woodhorn is based in original colliery buildings with a new museum housing interactive displays that paint a picture of life in this former mining community.
Supermarkets
1.1 Miles from Property ALDI, Foxhunters Rd, Whitley Bay NE25 8UG
Aldi
1.1 Miles from Property ALDI, Foxhunters Rd, Whitley Bay NE25 8UG
1.7 miles from property Sainsbury's, Newsteads Dr, Whitley Bay NE25 9EX
Sainsbury's
1.7 miles from property Sainsbury's, Newsteads Dr, Whitley Bay NE25 9EX
0.7 miles from property Morrisons, Hillheads Rd, Whitley Bay NE25 8HN
Morrisons
0.7 miles from property Morrisons, Hillheads Rd, Whitley Bay NE25 8HN
0.2 miles from property Co-op Food, Marine Ave, Whitley Bay NE26 1LY
The Co-operative Food
2 Marine Ave
0.2 miles from property Co-op Food, Marine Ave, Whitley Bay NE26 1LY
0.4 miles from property Sainsbury's Local, Park Avenue Park View Shopping Centre, Whitley Bay NE26 2TJ
Sainsbury's Local
0.4 miles from property Sainsbury's Local, Park Avenue Park View Shopping Centre, Whitley Bay NE26 2TJ