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The Sir William Fox Hotel
5 Westoe Village
South Shields
Tyne and Wear

NE33 3DZ | View map
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Welcome to The Sir William Fox Hotel, a jewel in the heart of South Tyneside, the hotel is a beautiful listed building set in the picturesque and historic village of Westoe in the heart of South Tyneside. This recently refurbished hotel was the birth place of Sir William Fox, three times Prime Minister of New Zealand.

Conveniently located, South Shields Town Centre and the Metro link to both Newcastle and Sunderland are within a 5 minute walking distance with the hotel's location providing easy access to the motorway network north and south.

Residents can relax in the refurbished but traditional Red Room Bar whilst experiencing the views, peace and tranquillity of the village from the window seats. The dining room provides the perfect setting for private dining with traditional home cooked food in period surroundings. Meals are available to order evenings and weekends.

Private and secure resident's car park. Wireless Broadband facilities also available in the hotel.

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