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Rowers Hotel
St Omers Road
Dunston

Gateshead
Tyne and Wear

NE11 9EJ | View map

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The Rowers' decor is nautical and oak panelling throughout the hotel adds a warm touch. A cosy cocktail lounge is the perfect venue for or a quiet drink. Recent refurbishment's have created luxurious surroundings. But the atmosphere is always homely and relaxed. The Rowers' decor is nautical, to reflect its riverside traditions and oak panelling throughout the hotel adds a warm traditional look. Every bedroom has en-suite bathroom facilities, radio and television, hair dryers and direct dial telephones. All the bedrooms are decorated like ships cabins and are named after famous liners built on the River Tyne. The bathrooms have all been renewed with classic roll top baths with all the elegance and comfort of a bygone age. The oak panelled dining has a quiet and relaxing atmosphere. With seating for up to 40, it is open to residents and non-residents alike. With a wide choice for diners from the a la carte menu. The comfortable lounge has a welcoming open fire in the winter and a pleasant, sunny conservatory to sit in during the summer months which overlooks the garden.

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