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County - Tyne and Wear | Map
Tel code: 0191 | code search
Postcode: DH3 | code search
Population: 11400
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Birtley is situated to the south of Gateshead, in the county of Tyne & Wear in north-east England. Physically linked to Chester-le-Street across the County boundary in County Durham and forming part of the old Chester-le-Street Rural District until 1974 when the county of Tyne & Wear was created. Originally part of the Barony of Prudhoe, it was the property of the Duke of Northumberland in 1765 when it was separated from the parish of Chollerton and received independent jurisdiction, included within the historic county boundaries of County Durham. The main East Coast railway line, along which mainline trains used to stop before the station was closed, is used as a county border to the west of the town. Birtley Brick Works, located close to the site of the former station, once employed most of the town's workforce. The main road through Birtley is the non-primary A167, running from Topcliffe, North Yorkshire through to the north of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, across the Tyne Bridge. This was an original route for the Great North Road and the A1 until a bypass was built in the 1930s. Antony Gormley's famous Angel of the North is situated on high ground on the site of the baths of the old 'Betty Ann Pit' to the north of Birtley and overlooks the area.

Dentist

Deneholme Dental Practice

Doctor

Birtley Medical Group

Golf Club

Birtley

Pub and Bar

Barley Mow Inn
Coach & Horses
Moulders Arms
Red Lion
Rose & Shamrock

Restaurant

Lotus Leaf Chinese Restaurant
Mohimís Tandoori
The Jewel in the Crown

School

Birtley East Primary School
Portobello Primary School
Ravensworth Terrace Primary School

Solicitor

Graham Patterson
John Bayles & Co

Taxi

Avenue & Tavern Taxis
Durham Road Cabs

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Old Manse Guest House (0.20 miles)

Old Manse Guest House

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We are situation between the city of Durham and Newcastle both highly desirable city breaksand for their Historical points and of course their fabulous night life. Locally we have the ... More

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Bowes Incline Hotel (0.84 miles)

Bowes Incline Hotel

Reopened on 5th February 2007, the transformation of The Bowes Incline Hotel is now complete. The Hotel maintains the 18 en-suite rooms and warm, friendly welcome which have made it extremely popular with visitors to ... More | visit website

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Travelodge Washington A1(M) Southbound (0.88 miles)

Travelodge Washington A1(M) Southbound

Located on the A1(M), close to Washington, this Travelodge provides contemporary quality accommodation and an ideal base for exploring the surrounding area. Spacious en-suite rooms, TV in every room, tea and coffee making facilities, free ... More | visit website

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Holiday Inn Washington (1.06 miles)

Holiday Inn Washington

Between historic Durham, Sunderland and Newcastle, the Holiday Inn Washington hotel is ideally located in Tyne and Wear, just off the A1M junction 64. This long-established hotel is well known for its friendly staff and ... More | visit website

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Premier Inn Newcastle (Washington) (1.06 miles)

Premier Inn Newcastle (Washington)
Situated just off junction 64 of the A1(M), centrally positioned between Newcastle, Sunderland and Durham City. For shopping, the MetroCentre is only a short drive. Other attractions include Durham County Cricket ground, the Angel of ... More | visit website
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Campanile Hotel - Washington (1.27 miles)

Campanile Hotel - Washington

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Ideally located just of junction 64 of the A1(M), the Campanile Washington offer excellent value for money. All our comfortably furnished rooms have en suite facilities, including TV (with sky channel), direct ... More

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The Plough Inn (1.62 miles)

The Plough Inn
The Plough Inn has recently been refurbished to it's true character of a classy country pub. The restaurant is warm and friendly offering a wide range of home cooked food and home baked pies. There is ... More | visit website
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Ravensworth Arms (1.67 miles)

Ravensworth Arms

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The Ravensworth Arms stands on the site of Clubdon Hall, and takes it's name from the nearby Ravensworth Castle. The pub can boast a wealth of literary connections: Lewis Carroll ... More

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Quality Hotel Sunderland (2.04 miles)

Quality Hotel Sunderland

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A modern purpose built hotel ideally located for easy access to Newcastle, South Shields, Washington, Durham and Sunderland. Ideally located in the tourist paradise of Catherine Cookson country. With 24 ... More

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Mercure Newcastle George Washington Hotel Golf & Spa (2.53 miles)

Mercure Newcastle George Washington Hotel Golf & Spa

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With good access by road to Newcastle, Sunderland and Durham, this hotel boasts excellent facilities, including a restaurant, brasserie, lounge bar, beauty salon and an 18-hole championship golf course. The hotel makes ... More

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