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Having been to the quayside many years ago (back when it was home to the likes of the Tuxedo Royale, and a very run down Baltic Mill building), it's clear that this place has been heavily invested in.
There's a great mixture of the good...More
We love coming home and staying on the quayside. There is a huge variety of child and dog friendly places to eat and drink not to mention some amazing history. If you are there on a Sunday visit the Sunday Market. It has a treasure...More
Visiting Newcastle for overnight stay, we found out on Internet there was fireworks display at midnight, it was quiet busy but slot of different ages congregated to watch on The Quayside. It was well worth the wait the evening wasn’t too cold. Went for a...More
If you’re a fan of bridges (and I’m led to believe there are people who dig them immensely) then a leisurely stroll down on the Quayside should be right up your alley.
I don’t really know the history that well nor am I particularly informed...More
Newcastle quayside gives me an uplifting feeling no matter which way you walk let's say from the Millennium Bridge, locally known as the Blinking Eye because of its ability to hydrologically swing up to allow clearance for larger ships. The architecture is an astounding variety...More
Iconic bridges, including the tilting Millenium Bridge. Some cafes, bars, restaurants and hotels with a bus running along the Quayside. Particularly nice at night time. The Baltic and The Sage on the Gateshead side are worth looking into, if for nothing else, the lovely views....More
Response from belleretraite | Reviewed this property |
Hi Kim !
The Royal Quays Marina where the cruise ships dock is about 10 miles from the Quayside ! So walking is not an option . Google the site ''whatsinport '' and you will get the info. about how to get downtown... More
Hi Kim !
The Royal Quays Marina where the cruise ships dock is about 10 miles from the Quayside ! So walking is not an option . Google the site ''whatsinport '' and you will get the info. about how to get downtown . Search first for United Kingdom then Newcastle . This site has info. for about 1200 ports of call around the world .