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Accommodation in Newcastle
Newcastle is a buzzing city at the forefront of technical innovation. Having
played an important part in nineteenth-century industry, the twenty-first
century hails Newcastle as one of the most popular cities for weekend breaks in
the country. See a play at the Theatre Royal, watch a concert at Metro Radio
Arena and City Hall, or visit the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art. In the
evening hit the waterfront - Quayside is full of bars and restaurants. There are
three universities in Newcastle - Northumbria University, the University of
Newcastle Upon Tyne and Kingston University - as well as many other education
Affordable prices and central locations make Newcastle hostels a great option
for travellers on a budget. Hostels in Newcastle usually have modern amenities
like internet access, so you can keep in touch with friends and family without
having to leave your accommodation. You can make lots of friends at Newcastle's
hostels thanks to the friendly common areas.
A hearty breakfast will prepare you for a busy day of sightseeing and studying
when you stay at a bed and breakfast in Newcastle. Usually run by a family,
these small Newcastle hotels offer friendly service and a quiet base for your
study trip. Guestrooms often have a private bathroom and you could also find a
telephone and TV in your guestroom.
You should be able to study in peace in your own private room at one of Newcastle's many budget hotels. Newcastle's budget hotels offer a quiet alternative to lively hostels and halls of residence. You can enjoy great in-room facilities, which often include a hospitality tray, television and telephone - some rooms even have private bathroom facilities.