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Forest Guest House
117 Ocean Road
South Shields
Tyne and Wear

NE33 2JL | View map
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Welcome to the Forest Guest House, The Highest Rated Guest House in South Shields having 4 Stars with both the AA & Tourist Board. The Forest Guest House is warm and friendly with emphasis on Hospitality, Cleanliness, Comfort and at a price comparable with other guest houses, we do not offer page after page of self praise, our Web site and 15 years high reputation speaks for its self.

We do offer well equipt rooms befitting 4 Stars such as Welcome folder, Hostess tray, Hair dryer, Safe (free), Flat screen TV, Sky/DVD. Fridge & thermostatic controlled radiators for personal preference. Our recently fitted Open Plan Air conditioned Kitchen/ Dinning room is of the highest standard with nothing hidden. Play station is also available on request. We offer an extensive DVD library at no extra cost. Broadband internet access (no charge). Ample on street parking (free).

Forest Guest House is situated within easy walking distance of Parks, Beach, Town Center and Metro system. Arrive as a Guest and leave as a Friend.

NO HEN/STAG or SINGLE SEX GROUPS ACCEPTED. NO PETS. Major Credit Cards accepted.

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