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Tynemouth Holiday Apartments, Tynemouth, Tyne and Wear

Tynemouth Holiday Apartments
Tynemouth
Tyne and Wear

NE30 4LH | View map

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Two newly refurbished luxury self catering holiday apartments in Tynemouth (near Newcastle upon Tyne). The apartments are situated in a prestigious Edwardian Terrace overlooking Sea Field Green, approximately 150 metres from the Tynemouth Long Sands Beach, five minutes walk around the craggy coast line takes you into Tynemouth Village, with the famous historical Priory which overlooks King Edward's Bay.Tynemouth Village is well known for its excellent restaurants, street cafes, craft shops and traditional pubs.The Tynemouth Victorian Railway Station is renowned for its antique curio fair held every weekend.Newcastle Gateshead which is just 20 minutes drive away (or 30 minutes by our excellent Metro train service), is a mecca for shoppers, and is, of course, home to the world famous Newcastle United. The Gateshead Millennium Bridge, Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art and historic quayside are also famous destinations for day trippers.Newcastle International Airport is only 30 minutes drive away and is accessible by Metro..For business or pleasure enjoy an unforgettable stay at Tynemouth Holiday Apartments.

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