About this listing
Oh so comfy king sized bed, ensuite bathroom/shower. Incredible views. 5 mins walk to Newcastle/Gateshead attractions. River on doorstep. Lovely cafe across road, takeaway & cosy pub close by. Free wifi. FREE BREAKFAST in a local cafe. Free tea n coffee n biscuits.
Recent conversion of Victorian railway offices. Looking over the great Stephenson construction of the High Level Bridge (1847), Newcastle Keep (1172) and St James' Park (1992). It's a wonderful building to feel a part of the exciting city. Close to the famous Quayside, The Sage, Baltic, and City Centre. Just opposite the Hilton.
You will be supplied with a building key, flat key and room key. You will have access to the spacious kitchen/living room. Free reign of all cookware. And if you like tinkling ivories, then you are very much welcome to tinkle to your hearts content.
Interaction with guests
I live here in the flat most nights of the week. You can exist without contact though, as you have your own bathroom and i will supply all information you need during check in. If you do want to go out for a G n T/pint/orange juice though, that could be nice.
Its perfect for wandering in to town. Just away from the loutiness of Newcastle, it is a little oasis of calm. Cinema 200m away. 24 hour supermarket 200m away. Cafe across the road. Great Pubs. And i love trains. There are trains.
Near to Newcastle Central train station, or Gateshead interchange Metro/Bus stop. Both link directly with the Airport.
Other things to note
FREE hot drink and breakfast at the Quilliam Brothers Tea House every morning of your stay!It's 20 minutes walk away (or 5 minutes on the metro). Breakfast runs from 10am - Noon.
No major rules. Just show courtesy please. No guests. No smoking.
Cancel up to 5 days before your trip and get a full refund, including service fees.
Part Owner of Quilliam Brothers Tea House. Travel the world finding Tea. Once i find it, i drink it. And sometimes bring it back here to Blighty. Big fan of Budapest - home for many years. I honk a saxophone with The Slowlight Quartet. Jazz Jim, but not as you know it.