A great value B&B offering basic accommodation inside a striking 19th Century church building.
This adults only hotel provides simple and affordable accommodation just outside the city centre.
20 minutes from Hadrian's Wall, this 3 star B&B offers great accommodation in a central location.
This friendly B&B offers great value accommodation for those enjoying a weekend break to the city.
Great for families or business guests, this 4 star B&B is located close to Newcastle city centre.
This friendly 3 star B&B offers a peaceful retreat in the picturesque village of Wickham.
This family-friendly 3 star guest house is just a mile from Newcastle city centre.
Combine a city break with country surroundings at this friendly B&B situated in peaceful Jesmond.
Surrounded by wooded gardens, Hedgefield House is at the edge of the Northumbrian countryside.
Charming 17th century country guest house with tea rooms in the Derwent Valley.
An award winning 5 star bed and breakfast offering luxury lodging on the outskirts of Newcastle.
Unwind in the deluxe surroundings of these 5 star city centre apartments in the heart of Newcastle.
The Townhouse is a boutique guest house in the leafy suburb of Gosforth.
This highly recommended 5 star guest house is set in a tranquil rural location.
Newcastle-upon-Tyne is a lively port city in the North East of England that’s well known for its nightlife and arts scene. This centre of culture, architecture and business makes for a vibrant weekend getaway or city break, and it’s easy to find a bed and breakfast in Newcastle near the city centre so you can enjoy the diverse attractions on offer.
The focal point of the city is the River Tyne, and a walk alongside the water to admire the stunning architecture and bridges is one of the best ways to appreciate the beauty of the city when you’re staying at a B&B in Newcastle. There’s a great pedestrian quayside path on the north side of the water and you can spot the landmarks as you walk, from the Tyne Bridge suspension bridge and acclaimed Gateshead Millennium Bridge to the BALTIC Centre and stunning Sage Music Centre.
History lovers will want to visit the 13th century castle keep and Roman ruins of Segedunum from their Newcastle b and b. The beautifully preserved Victorian Central Arcade, classical streets of Grainger Town and strange Vampire Rabbit gargoyle (next to St Nicholas Church) are also well worth a visit. Just outside town, meanwhile, the vast Metro Centre is a shopaholic’s dream.
Whether you want to find a quiet guest house or a lively B&B Newcastle has plenty to choose from. From the Theatre Royal to the O2 Academy and Metro Radio Arena, the city is bursting with nightlife options. Head back to the Quayside for a range of bars with great views along the river front and classy cocktails, or look around the Diamond Strip near Central Station for budget friendly pubs.
If you’re looking for a family friendly bed and breakfast Newcastle will also be a great base for exploring the area. Many tours of the Northumberland coast and Hadrian’s Wall start in the city, and there’s easy access by car and public transport for visitors who want to make the trip themselves. The famous Angel of the North sculpture by Antony Gormley is a short drive away in Gateshead, whilst the beautiful Pennines also make for a great day out.