Campanile Washington

A Hotel in Washington, Tyne and Wear

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Emerson Road
Tyne and Wear
NE37 1LE

Campanile Washington, Washington

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The Campanile Washington is the perfect base from which to tour the North East of England, with Newcastle just 8 miles away and Sunderland and Durham also within easy reach. The hotel is ideal for a pre-flight stopover with Newcastle Airport just 18 miles away and excellent access to the A1 motorway. A warm and friendly welcome awaits you at the Campanile Washington, which boasts not only a fantastic location but also extremely well priced 3 star accommodation, a relaxed atmosphere and all the facilities needed to make your stay a good one.

Guest rooms at the Campanile Washington are bright, airy and spacious, with top quality amenities such as Wi-Fi internet access, satellite TV, en-suite bathroom, a large comfortable bed and tea & coffee making facilities. For extra convenience and peace of mind the Campanile Washington also boasts free on-site parking and a friendly 24 hour reception. The Campanile Washington is also home to a lovely Cafe Bistro with a fresh and tasty range of dishes being served throughout the day and evening, in a chilled out and informal atmosphere.

Great food, a wide range of drinks and good service makes for a brilliant dining experience.

3 star rating

From: £23.48

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