Scotswood Road, NE1 4AD
If you’re after a great city break, look no further because today’s deal is here to sort you out – you and a lucky loved one will enjoy one or two nights staying at the Jurys Inn Newcastle. Nestled right in the city’s heart, you’ll be hard pushed to find somewhere more ideally placed for seeing the sights and attractions. You don’t have to waste a single second with check-in, but before you start exploring, be sure to toast to a great stay with a crisp bottle of Prosecco waiting for you in your room.
And in the morning, there’s no need to rush off - after a peaceful slumber in your cosy bed, you’ll also be treated to late check-out, meaning you can spend some extra time snuggling under your duvet. Once you’re ready, you can make you way downstairs to enjoy a tasty breakfast from the hotel’s Costa coffee bar; open all day.
With Gateshead boasting more theatres per person than anywhere else in the UK, it’s no wonder that this vibrant and exciting city is fast becoming one of the country’s most popular tourist destinations. As well as a buzzing selection of bars and clubs to explore during the night, you’ll find plenty to keep you entertained during the daytime too. Shop til’ you drop with over 150 high street names and specialist boutiques available to peruse at the Eldon Square shopping centre. Or make a day of exploring all the popular tourist attractions, such as the iconic Gateshead Millennium Bridge and Angel of the North monument.
4/5 TripAdvisor rating
“I was very impressed by the lovely staff and great customer service. My room was clean, the bed was comfortable and I also enjoyed a good breakfast.”
“The staff were helpful and the breakfast was excellent. The beds are lovely and comfortable and the hotel is in a good location for exploring the city.”
“An excellent hotel; very centrally-placed with friendly and helpful staff who provided recommendations of places to visit when we checked in. Excellent breakfast and a lovely, clean and well-equipped room. Best city break hotel we have had.”