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Du Vin And Bistro
Allan House NE1 2BE Newcastle upon Tyne United Kingdom
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Description Du Vin And Bistro
The Du Vin and Bistro is a 4 star hotel in Newcastle upon Tyne, which stands on the banks of the River Tyne in a building that formerly belonged to the Tyne Tees Steam Shipping Company. The city centre with its many restaurants, bars and attractions is just a few minutes walk away.
The accommodation consists of 42 guest rooms, each of which has been individually designed and comes equipped with an en suite bathroom with both a bathtub and a shower. Additionally these rooms are air conditioned and have DVD players, plasma TV’s as well as the standard amenities that one would expect to find in a hotel of this class. The rooms are also furnished with Egyptian cotton sheets and the bathrooms have complimentary toiletries
Dining options come courtesy of Du Vin’s trademark bistro but the hotel can also cater for conferences and small private functions as it includes two private dining areas that can hold 22 and 10 people. Both of these private dining rooms take their name from the hotel’s location on the Quayside and are called “Shipyard” and “Bridge”.
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
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.
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.