The Brighton Guest House

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

47 - 49 Brighton Grove Fenham
Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Tyne and Wear
England
NE4 5NS

The Brighton Guest House, Newcastle-upon-Tyne

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Outstanding value Bed and Breakfast accommodation only a 15 minute walk from the City Centres vibrant nightlife. Ideal for party groups visiting Newcastles bars and clubs on a weekend.During the week we cater for contractors as well as tourists and provide a full english breakfast.

 2 star rating

From: £30.00


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