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Our Newcastle Hotel

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Searching for stylish hotels in Newcastle’s centre? Consider Jurys Inn Newcastle for both its contemporary facilities and fantastic location which puts you within easy walking distance of top city attractions and the Newcastle Central Station.

Those after hotels near the Centre of Life, Newcastle Discovery Museum, the Utilita Arena and other Newcastle landmarks couldn’t be better placed, while guests in the city on business will find Jurys Inn Newcastle is home to no fewer than nine fully-equipped meeting rooms.

If you fancy a delicious bite to eat during your stay, you’ll find some of the city’s best restaurants just a stone’s throw away. Jurys Inn Newcastle additionally hosts a trendy bar and restaurant where you can enjoy a refreshing drink, a light bite or even order a meal straight to your room. In need of a caffeine fix? Don’t forget to pop into our onsite Costa Coffee bar.

Getting to Jurys Inn Newcastle couldn’t be simpler thanks to the city’s great rail connections from cities like Manchester and London. If you’re driving, you’ll also find two carparks nearby which offer special rates for Jurys Inn guests. Keep an eye out for great Newcastle hotel deals, from last-minute discounts to city breaks.

Things to do in Newcastle

Theatre Royal and Grainger Town
Newcastle’s Theatre Royal is a stunning Grade I listed building and cultural landmark which, since its opening in 1837, has been an epicentre for famous artists to showcase their performing talents. Hosting a range of events from dance, drama and music to comedy and opera, the Theatre Royal aims to ‘deliver performances that will inspire, challenge and above all entertain’.

The Theatre Royal is located in one of Newcastle’s beautiful city gems, Grainger Town. With 1830s classically designed architecture, this historical heart of the city sends you back in time. Enjoy a leisurely 24-minute walk up to Grainger town from Jurys Inn Newcastle and catch a show at the Theatre Royal.


Biscuit Factory and Hatton Gallery
These two Newcastle galleries house impressive collections of art for those wishing to soak up some culture.

The Hatton Gallery, a comfortable 24-minute walk from Jury’s Inn Newcastle, offers a permanent collection of works ranging from the Renaissance to the Twentieth Century in a range of formats from painting to printmaking. The Hatton Gallery is free admission and is open 10am -5pm Monday to Saturday.

The Biscuit Factory offers the UK’s largest art, craft and design gallery located in the centre of Newcastle’s cultural quarter and a calm 30 minute walk from Jurys Inn. The gallery is sits in a beautiful Victorian warehouse and displays a range of contemporary fine art, sculpture, prints and much more. The Biscuit factory is free and also houses a café, restaurant and artist studio.

Exploring beyond Newcastle

There’s a lot to see in the North of England. From Newcastle you can travel north to Scotland, or down to the Midlands (and then further down to London) – but on the way you might want to stop for a while at our Leeds hotel so you can enjoy some of what Yorkshire has to offer.

For those planning to visit Scotland, consider staying at our Edinburgh hotel, which is just a short walk away from the city’s oldest building - Edinburgh Castle.


Travelling to and from our hotel in Newcastle

To help you with your travel plans, here’s how to get to Newcastle from some of the UK’s major cities:

Manchester to Newcastle: 3 hours via the M62 and A1(M) or just under 2.5 hours by train from Newcastle station

Birmingham to Newcastle: 3 and a half hours via the A1(M) or 3 hours 20 minutes by train from Newcastle station

Leeds to Newcastle: 1 hour 45 minutes via the A1(M) or 1.5 hours by train from Newcastle station

London to Newcastle: 5 and a half hours via the M1 and A1 or 3 hour 40 minutes by public transport

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