Cairn Hotel

A Hotel in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Tyne and Wear

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

97-103 Osbourne Road, Jesmond
Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Tyne and Wear
England
NE2 2TJ

Cairn Hotel, Newcastle-upon-Tyne

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Situated in a lively area of Jesmond, close to the Metro system route and local bus service. The hotel is only one mile from the city centre. All the pleasant rooms offer guests every comfort and the staff provide friendly yet attentive service.

2 star rating

From: £39.50

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This monastery on the banks of the River Tyne was the home of scholar and author The Venerable Bede



21 February, 1437

James I of Scotland is murdered in Perth

James is succeeded by his son, who takes the throne as James II

She was proclaimed queen on 9 July, 1553



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