Aald Northville

Bed and Breakfast in Whitley Bay, Tyne and Wear

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23, South Parade
Whitley Bay
Tyne and Wear
NE26 2RE

Aald Northville, Whitley Bay

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Accommodation Description:

A friendly family run guest house situated close to the sea front,restaurants,bars,theatre and only 5 minutes walk to the local metro system link to Newcastle city centre. Most rooms en-suite with sky tv and in house wi-fi. We cater for groups and stag parties but also have a separate annex for workers,couples and families.

Arrive as a guest and leave as a friend - See you soon, Trish and Jon.

 3 star rating

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