1 bed duplex apartment with exposed brick giving a fantastic loft feeling! A contemporary kitchen with 13ft glass bathroom wall really gives this apartment the wow factor. Stones through away from the quayside and city center. Sleeps 2 comfortabley
This Duplex apartment is sure to impress. A stylishly furnished apartment with a newly fitted kitchen and bespoke glass walled ensuite bathroom with magnificent views of the Millennium bridge and a stone through away from either the city center or quayside. No better one bed apartments in Newcastle
The property comprises of -
Spacious lounge with a large arched window overlooking the River Tyne and Millennium bridge, covering the ground floor.
Lovely open plan kitchen/dining area with table seating 4. Well-equipped kitchen with fridge, freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, microwave, toaster etc.
We hope we've thought of everything you'll need in the kitchen to prepare a sandwich or a gourmet meal for 4, but if you'd rather get the caterers in we'll be happy to put you in touch with someone who'll provide you with just what you need.
Facilities in the apartment include 36" Freeview LCD TV in the lounge with DVD Player, lots of DVDS for your enjoyment along with an Ipod dock. There is also a flat screen 32" LCD Freeview TV in the master bedroom. Iron, ironing board and a hairdryer are also provided. High speed Wifi available.
The apartment has intercom security door access and parking is via a night guarded multi story car park opposite which is free from 5 pm to 8am.
To the first floor you will find the mezzanine master bedroom with glass walled ensuite bathroom and separate power shower. Large walk in wardrobe and dressing area.
Luxury Egyptian cotton bedding and towels provided.
Public transport including the Metro underground system are a short walk from the door. Bars and restaurants of the Quayside and city center are a couple of minutes stroll.
Our apartment is strictly non-smoking.
SizeSleeps up to 2, 1 bedrooms
Nearest beachTynemouth 11 km
Will considerCorporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month)
AccessCar not necessary
Nearest travel linksNearest airport: Newcastle Airport 12 km, Nearest railway: Newcastle Central Station 900 m
NotesNo pets allowed, No smoking at this property
Features and Facilities
LuxuriesInternet access, DVD player
GeneralCentral heating, TV, Wi-Fi available
StandardKettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
UtilitiesDishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms1 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 En suites
FurnitureL shaped sofa, coffee table, 1 Double beds, Dining seats for 4
OtherLinen provided, Towels provided
The Tyne and Wear region
World-class culture, vibrant nightlife, award-winning dining, inspiring heritage, fantastic shopping and acclaimed architecture are all linked here! So many wonderful places to enjoy City, Countryside and Coastal!
With easy access to the A1, which will take you further north to Alnwick and the Heritage Coast, where a day can be spent exploring the many historic castles and friendly villages set amongst unspoilt golden sandy beaches. Not too far away is the Metro Centre - one of the largest shopping centres in Europe with an abundance of shops and eateries. For cricket fans, Durham County Cricket Club's ground, 'The Riverside', is a short drive away at Chester-le-Street.
The North East is a great place for out door enthusiasts, nature and wildlife lovers and those who enjoy sports. You can do everything from dry slope skiing, quad biking and gliding, to angling, sea fishing, sailing, golf, tennis, cycling, walking, pony trekking, horse riding and diving. In fact there is so much to do, you'll need to stay quite a while to enjoy it all!
Newcastle is known the world over as the North East's cultural and party capital, with its Quayside the perfect place for fine dining, bars, cafes and culture courtesy of The Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, The Sage Gateshead, and The Millennium Bridge joining the two banks.
Home to the annual Tall Ships Race every summer, Newcastle Quayside is a thriving and interesting spot.
Newcastle has great shopping and arts facilities, as well as museums and art galleries.
The Theatre Royal is a stunning building with many interesting theatrical productions, ballets, operas and pantomimes at Christmas.
The historical background of Newcastle marks it as one of the most important cities in the UK. Once a Roman garrison town it was the site of a fortress and to this day has parts of Hadrian's Wall still evident through the city centre. Starting from Wallsend, Hadrian's Wall sweeps across the landscape to the west coast.
Sleeping on the sofa is not permitted