Grey Street Hotel

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

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

2-12 Grey Street
Tyne and Wear

Grey Street Hotel, Newcastle-upon-Tyne

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The greystreethotel is located in the heart of Newcastleメs city centre, and is ideally placed for exploring the many major sights of the city, including Newcastle Arts Centre, the Tyne Bridge and Hadrianメs Wall. This luxurious hotel is also an ideal base for touring the fantastic selection of shops, bars and restaurants the city of Newcastle has to offer. The 4 star greystreethotel is situated within a stunning Grade II listed building.

The design is modern but with a chic, boutique feel and has been created will real care, dedication and attention to detail. The rooms at the greystreethotel are bright, spacious and come equipped with a flat screen T.V., DVD and CD player, freshly ground coffee and herbal teas, plus a luxurious hypno bed with 100% cotton linen. The greystreethotel is also in partnership with The Living Room Restaurant which is directly connected to the hotel through the reception.

The Living Room offers visitors delectable cuisine of the highest standards for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The restaurant and bar also offers a huge selection of wines, spirits and specialist cocktails and is the perfect place to end a busy day in the heart of Newcastle.

4 star rating

From: £29.50

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