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Hotels in Newcastle upon Tyne

County Hotel by Thistle
Neville Street
Newcastle upon Tyne
Tyne and Wear

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Situated directly opposite Newcastle Railway Station and close to Newcastle United Football Ground, the Thistle Newcastle Hotel provides an ideal base for discovering all that Newcastle has to offer.

Nearby attractions include The Metro Centre, the Laing Art Gallery and Newcastle Discovery Centre. In close proximity to the hotel are also an array of popular restaurants and bars to try out before exploring the city's buzzing nightlife.

An impressive 19th century listed building combining old world charm and modern comfort, the hotel is an ideal choice for business and leisure travellers alike. On-site amenities include wireless Internet access, private parking, and a restaurant and bar offering a wide selection of drinks, light refreshments and dining.

Guests will also enjoy complimentary access to the nearby Body Zone Fitness Centre.

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