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Osborne Road NE2 2AT Newcastle upon Tyne United Kingdom
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The Caledonian Hotel is a 3-star property located in the Jesmond district, about a mile for the city centre of Newcastle upon Tyne. Jesmond offers guests a number of restaurants and bars to choose from, and the hotel provides a base for exploring such regional attractions as Hadrian's Wall, Durham Cathedral, Gateshead Millennium Bridge, Beamish Museum and Alnwick Gardens.
The hotel is housed in a Victorian-era structure built in 1870 and recently refurbished. Accommodations consist of 91 en-suite guest rooms divided among single, double, twin, and family rooms as well as suites. Standard and executive versions are offered, many of the latter having Georgian terraces. Amenities include satellite TV, Internet access, and electric kettle. Smoking and non-smoking rooms are offered, and some rooms provide facilities suitable for disabled guests.
Facilities and services include 24-hour front desk, event space for weddings and meetings, free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel, baggage storage, and laundry service. On-premises dining and refreshment are offered at the Billabong Bistro, which offers a blend of European and Asian cuisine. Room service is also available.
Situated on Holy Island, and perched on a rocky crag, this miniature castle is accessible only at low tide. It was originally a Tudor fort but was converted into a private house in 1903.
The castle's opening times vary depending on the tides, but on the days on which it is open, it is open for 5 hours, either from 10am- 3pm or from 12 noon- 5pm. A copy of the tide tables can be obtained by contacting Lindisfarne Castle.
Admission prices are:
Adults - £6.00
Child - £3.00
Family tickets are available and reduced entry fees are avialable for National Trust members.
The Zetland Lifeboat is the oldest lifeboat in existence and was built in 1802 and whilst in service it saved more than 500 lives.
The museum tells the history of the Zetland and the RNLI and how the lives of fisherman were saved from the sea.Other exhibits include a fisherman's cottage and art gallery.
A shop provides souvenirs of your visit to the museum.
Entrance is free, donations are accepted.
It is open from:
May 1st - September 30th
Monday - Friday 11am - 4pm, Saturday - Sunday 12pm - 4pm
Teesside Shopping Park
Teesside Park is located off the A19 and has free parking, other facilities include toilets, petrol station and a covered path in front of the shops.
The type of shops located at the park include food, clothes, electrical goods, toys, books, coffee houses, restaurants, pharmacy, and shoes.
There is a leisure park opposite the shopping park that includes a bowling alley, cinema, bingo hall and casino.
Opening and closing times vary depending on the shop.
RNLI Whitby Museum
The RNLI Whitby Museum opened in 1957 and is housed in the former double boathouse which dates from 1895. This building contains a collection of artefacts relating to the history of local sea rescues. There are lifeboat models, medals, paintings and photographs as well as personal written accounts from RNLI crew members.
It is open from Easter to October, from 10am until 4pm daily. Admission is free, although donations are welcome.
The long distance walk "The Cleveland Way" passes close to this attraction.