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Gateshead Swallow
High west Street
Gateshead
Tyne and Wear

NE8 1PE | View map
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The Swallow Gateshead is located just one mile from the famous Newcastle quayside, making it an ideal base from which to explore the local area. There are many attractions within a short distance from the hotel such as Hadrian's Wall, the Angel of the North and the fantastic shopping and nightlife for which Newcastle is famous.

The hotel has 103 en-suite bedrooms, each with direct dial telephone, satellite TV, wireless internet connection, 24 hour porter and tea and coffee making facilities. Dining is available in the Hadrian's Restaurant and Bar which serves a wide selection of freshly prepared dishes, complemented by an extensive wine list.

There are many local attractions near to the hotel such as Hadrian's Wall, Gateshead Athletics Stadium and the famous nightlife of Newcastle.

Swallow Gateshead has a comprehensive and flexible range of conference facilities for presentations, seminars, training courses and large banquets accommodating from eight to 350 people and very competitive prices.

The friendly and professional staff is always willing to help you organise and book any attractions, ensuring your stay is both enjoyable and memorable.

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Number of Rooms: 103
Number Ensuite: 103
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