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Once upon a Tyne
Beach Road
South Shields
Tyne and Wear

NE33 2QU | View map

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Set in the heart of South Shields, this dynamic hotel offers comfort, mod cons and a range of sporting activities. A short walk the beaches and at the centre of the North Sea Cycle Route, this is the ideal place to come and be re-invigorated. Take advantage of the hotel's numerous sporting activity offers, or explore the delights of this coastal area before returning to unwind in fresh, bright rooms, equipped with TV and DVD. A metro stop is nearby to provide easy access to surrounding attractions; big-city shopping and nightlife. Once upon a Tyne offers modern accommodation set in an historic Georgian House.

A full-sized pool table and a private Jacuzzi can both be hired - ask at reception on arrival for details. The hotel also offers a unique selection of adrenalin-inducing outdoor sports to complement your stay; be it surfing, scuba diving, powerkiting, skydiving or rock climbing. Outdoor sports courses are carried out by experienced, qualified coaches and are tailored to suit beginners as well as more experienced students. Many of these courses are highly popular and should be booked in advance.

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