Jesmond Park

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

74-76 Queens Road, Jesmond
Tyne and Wear

Jesmond Park , Newcastle-upon-Tyne

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Enjoy the comfort of the relaxed atmosphere in this Licenced, private run hotel , situated in Jesmond 1 mile fro the city centre, close to the Metro system and local bus route for attractions such as The metroCentre, Newcastle Arena, Centre for life, Quayside, Newcastles nightlife, Hadrians wall, The Coast and Northumbrias Beautiful coutryside.

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