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Newcastle

From £85 per night
0.4 miles

Set within a charming listed building, Grey Street Serviced Penthouses provides an ideal setting for a stay in the city of Newcastle. Both designed and furnished to the highest standards, each apartment provides a widescreen 28'' digital TV, DVD, fully-equipped kitchen including a fridge/freezer, washer/dryer and a dishwasher. The contemporary living area has comfortable leather sofas, oak flooring and is fully air-conditioned making this a great place to unwind after a long day.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Newcastle

From £65 per night
0.4 miles

These one and two bedroom serviced apartments are conveniently located in the heart of Newcastle city centre. Each apartment is colorfully decorated, displaying numerous art works in each room. The fully-fitted kitchen includes a dishwasher, whilst the living area has a LCD digital TV as well as a DVD player. With a weekly housekeeping service, high speed Wi-Fi connection, lift access and on-site parking, guests will feel at home in these apartments whilst being close to all the central amenities.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Newcastle

From £65 per night
0.5 miles

Friarsgate Serviced Apartments offer both one and two bedroom properties in Newcastle city centre. These light and spacious apartments have all the home-from-home facilities guests require when staying away, including a fully-fitted kitchen with a washer/dryer and dishwasher. The bedrooms have a calming ambience and provide ample storage space for personal belongings. Other facilities include high speed Wi-Fi, LCD digital TV with DVD, secure door entry and on-site parking.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Newcastle

From £85 per night
0.5 miles

A superior development with stylish modern furnishings, located only minutes away from Newcastle’s Central train station, and within walking distance to St. James’s Park, the home of Newcastle United Football Club. Printworks provides guests with a mixture of spacious one and two bedroom properties, offering guests the very best of inner city living and a real home away from home environment.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Newcastle

From £110 per night
0.5 miles

Perfectly located a short four minute walk from Newcastle train station, Grainger Street Serviced Apartment is surrounded by many local amenities and is found in Newcastle’s vibrant city centre. Offering one, two and three bedroom apartments, each boasts a modern fully fitted kitchen and comfortable living area. There is a modern four piece bathroom that includes free toiletries along with bathrobes and slippers, providing additional comfort for guests.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Newcastle

From £63 per night
0.5 miles

These city centre apartments offer a selection of one and two bedroom accommodation in Newcastle. Guests will have a tremendous base to explore the city in their free time, yet with convenient transport links and a central location, these apartments are ideal for the business guest. On-site car parking and internet access is available for an additional price, guests can also benefit from other services such as grocery delivery, in-room massages and dry cleaning.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Newcastle

From £77 per night
0.6 miles

CentraLofts Serviced Apartments are spacious and airy and they have been furnished to a high standard. They provide both one and two bedroom accommodation. Each apartment comprises of a fully-equipped kitchen, including wooden flooring throughout, Wi-Fi internet and separate or ensuite bath/shower rooms with bathrooms with overhead showers. Within a five minute walk, guests can easily reach Newcastle's main train station, as well as a great range of restaurants, bars and shops.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Newcastle

From £78 per night
0.6 miles

Recently refurbished, the one bedroom Waterloo Serviced Apartment is an excellent property where the bedroom is on a mezzanine level that overlooks a wonderfully spacious living area. The apartment also has a balcony and is feature-packed, with full cooking facilities, in-apartment laundry and a Smart TV, which couples with the free Wi-Fi to allow guests to keep up with their favourite shows on Netflix and similar platforms. Waterloo Street also benefits from underground parking.

Min. Stay 7 nights

Newcastle

From £92 per night
0.6 miles

Located a short four minute walk from Newcastle train station, Centralofts Serviced Apartment is perfectly placed, just minutes away from Newcastle’s vibrant city centre. There is a spacious living area that leads onto a west facing balcony, perfect for watching a summers sunset. There is a large kitchen and dining area that includes seating for up to six people. The apartment also comes with two free allocated parking spaces, adding peace of mind and security to ones’ stay.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Newcastle

From £85 per night
0.6 miles

Ideally located opposite Jesmond metro station and on the outskirts of Newcastle’s city centre, Osbourne Road Serviced Apartments offers exemplary accommodation for both corporate and leisure travellers. Fully furnished throughout, the spacious living areas include Sky TV whilst the fully integrated kitchens that offer the perfect platform for creating a gourmet meal. There is a daily housekeeping service and linen and towels are provided, ensuring ones’ stay is as comfortable as possible.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Newcastle

From £101 per night
0.7 miles

City Quadrant Serviced Apartments are two bedroom, two bathroom apartments, nicely decorated throughout and includes some great features such as free Wi-Fi and en-suite in the master bedroom. Located close to central station, the city centre and many restaurants and bars, guests will find a wide range of amenities right on the doorstep. For any guests requiring either domestic or international flights, Newcastle International Airport is approximately seven miles away.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Newcastle

From £65 per night
0.7 miles

City Quadrant Serviced Apartments consist of one and two bedroom apartments, situated centrally within Newcastle. With contemporary decor throughout, fully-furnished kitchens, ample storage space in the bedrooms for personal belongings and pleasant living areas, guests will feel very much at home here. Other features include weekly housekeeping, good internet access, a wide-screen digital TV and a secure entry system, ensuring a relaxing and comfortable stay.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Newcastle

From £50 per night
0.7 miles

Perfectly located for business travellers who are looking to be able to branch out across the city easily and with nearby access to the city centre. Jesmond Road Serviced Apartments have a variety of welcoming and homely studios, one and two bedroom apartments. Each apartment consists of a kitchenette, living area and bathroom facilities, as well as free onsite parking, fulfilling every need for guests during their time away for work.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Newcastle

From £84 per night
0.7 miles

Ideally located a short four minute walk from Manors train station, Manor Chare Serviced Apartments are perfectly placed a short distance from Newcastle’s vibrant city centre. Tastefully decorated throughout, there are modern fully fitted kitchens and elegant designer bathrooms. The comfortable living area, opens onto the balcony, and includes a large flat screen TV and DVD player offering an ample amount of entertainment options for one to choose from.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Newcastle

From £85 per night
0.7 miles

Manor Chare Serviced Apartment is a very modern and spacious two bedroom property, set only a few minutes' walk from Newcastle city centre. The spacious kitchen/dining area makes this a great place to both entertain and unwind in a homely atmosphere. With comfortable sofas in the living areas, guests can relax whilst either watching a DVD or their favourite programme on the LCD digital TV. The bedrooms have a calming ambience and ample storage space is also provided for personal belongings.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Newcastle

From £58 per night
0.7 miles

Clavering Place Serviced Apartments have a variety of studio offerings available, with some classic styling and luxurious furnishings. The apartments are located in the centre of Newcastle just over five minutes’ walk from the main train station and close to the River Tyne. Apartments come with excellent cooking facilities, access to the communal laundry room and plenty of other features that make for a great stay, such as work desks, air conditioning in all areas and Superfast Wi-Fi.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Newcastle

From £65 per night
0.8 miles

Conveniently located in the heart of the Quayside and close to Newcastle city centre, the Merchants Quay Serviced Apartments provide one and two bedroom accommodation. The fully-furnished kitchen provides all that guests require to dine indoors, and with the spacious living area, relaxing in the evenings is certainly possible here. With additional features such as the use of a gym, on-site secure parking and lift access, guests will be well accommodated.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Newcastle

From £85 per night
0.8 miles

Quayside Lofts Serviced Apartments provide two bedroom accommodation in a city centre location. Each modern apartment is tastefully decorated, there is a calming ambience throughout the apartment, the features invclude a fully-equipped kitchen complete with washer/dryer and dishwasher, spacious living areas with a balcony, en-suite facilities and secure door access. For guests wishing to relax, there are comfortable sofas as well as an LCD digital TV and DVD.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Newcastle

From £85 per night
0.8 miles

This serviced apartment is a two bedroom, two bathroom property ideally located near the Metro Radio Arena. With an open-plan living area and fully-fitted kitchen which is perfect for the creation of a gourmet meal, guests will find this to be comfortable accommodation ideal for relaxing in after a long day. Other features include high speed Wi-Fi internet access, LCD digital TV with DVD, secure door entry and lift access.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Newcastle

From £65 per night
0.8 miles

Located in Newcastle’s city centre, the Buxton Street Serviced Apartments offer a selection of studio and one bedroom accommodation, perfect for corporate guests working in the city. Each apartment provides guests with a fully-equipped kitchen and a comfortable living space, so guests can enjoy relaxing in their own privacy. Guests can also make use of a range of additional facilities, such as the on-site gym, business centre, 24-hour shop, and complimentary cooked breakfast.

Min. Stay 3 nights

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Serviced Apartments Newcastle

Overview

This most northerly of English cities is now a thriving retail destination which, along with neighbouring Gateshead, forms a major shopping destination for the north-east.


About Newcastle

WHERE IS NEWCASTLE?

Newcastle Upon Tyne is in northeast England, within the county of Tyne and Wear, along with other major locations such as Gateshead and Sunderland. The city is based directly above the River Wear, whilst the length of the River Tyne essentially acts as the city’s southern border. Newcastle is amongst the most populated cities in the country, home to around 300,000 people.

In the northwest is the Newcastle airport, just a fifteen-minute drive from the city centre. It is here that the Newcastle station is based, along with the vast retail hub and range of iconic attractions, such as the Newcastle castle and cathedral. There are, of course, a great range of Newcastle apartments dotted across the city centre too.

NEWCASTLE HISTORY

It would be fair to say that Newcastle has come a long way since the first community emerged back in 112AD. The original Roman settlement was called ‘Pons Aelius’ before it was given its current name once the Norman rule had begun in the 11th century.

It was from then on that the area as a whole began to truly to develop. Newcastle’s prominence in the wool trade and ideal quayside location meant that the city became more recognised and established nationally. By 1216, Newcastle had its own mayor, whilst by 1400 it was named a county town. It was Newcastle’s rise to becoming a regional centre that laid down the foundations for the rivalry that still exists with neighbouring city, Sunderland.

Local industry then continued to be the focal point of the city’s success. For instance, heavy industry thrived in Newcastle in the nineteenth century as the production of ships and steam trains grew and grew. Naturally, this industrial expansion encouraged a population increase, tripling over the space of sixty years.

In the past few decades, heavy industry has stepped aside, pathing the way for a rise in retail and public sectors. Environmental and social awareness seems of more importance nowadays although the city is still deemed as the business hub of the North East.

Be sure to stay in luxury apartments in Newcastle based near the city’s best historical site, the Newcastle Museum, to find out more about the area’s rich history.

NEWCASTLE BUSINESSES

Once a city of industry that claimed its wealth from manufacturing, shipbuilding and coal, modern Newcastle thrives on the retail and the service sectors. The Tyneside city has also become one of the country’s major centres for shopping. This has brought in a level of business that can create demand for the particular sort of accommodation an aparthotel in Newcastle provides.

On a national scale, Newcastle ranks high as one of the UK’s most economically improved cities across. The city’s economy is also amongst the fastest growing across G7 countries.

It is for these reasons that both the city and region has an impressive ability to attract overseas investment. For instance, the likes of Fenwick, Greggs and Santander all have headquarters based in Newcastle Upon Tyne. Workers of businesses such as these who relocate to the city can appreciate both the range of conveniently located serviced accommodation in Newcastle and the extensive transport infrastructure.

Meeting the expectations of a European major city, Newcastle is connected by road, rail, sea and air, meaning that travel in-and-out of the major business hub is as easy as its ever been. Newcastle business park facilities are also of a high standard.

The amount of student accommodation in Newcastle also caters for the city’s status as the UK’s ‘Best University City’. It is educational institutions, such as the University of Newcastle and Northumbria University, that encourages so many overseas students to study in the city, who will ultimately fuel Newcastle’s future workforce. It fares well for local businesses who will have access to a highly educated, skilled workforce in the years to come.

VISIT NEWCASTLE

Even if you decide to stay temporarily in short term lets in Newcastle, you should always give yourself time to explore all that the city has to offer. Between the Intu Eldon Square Newcastle Shopping Centre in the city and the nearby MetroCentre in Gateshead, the area has some of the biggest and best-served shopping centres in the UK.

Amongst the great things to do in Newcastle is the beautiful Beamish Open Air Museum, which showcases life in the area at points in the 19th and early 20th centuries

There’s the Newcastle Theatre Royal too, which is a Grade I listed building that opened in 1837 and has hosted a season of performances from the Royal Shakespeare Company, as well as touring West End musicals. Many other high profile or independent theatres are situated across the city, making Newcastle’s cultural life highly diverse.

There are 92 golf courses within an hour of the city, while those who prefer indoor entertainment will have access to several cinemas, as well as chain and independent bars and restaurants. The nightlife in Newcastle is extremely active and the city has been named as one of the main nightlife destinations in Europe. No matter what your preferences are, you can find several places to visit around the Bigg Market and the Newcastle Quayside areas.

Aside from the Beamish Open Air Museum mentioned above, other museums worth a visit include the Centre For Life science village and the Discovery Museum. In 2009, the Museum of Antiquities merged with the Great North Museum, creating a wonderful attraction in the city. There’s also Seven Stories, a museum of children’s books and several highly respected art galleries.

SITU has a large network of serviced apartments in Newcastle city centre giving business travellers convenient accommodation in great locations.

It is also, in particular, apartments adapted for self catering in Newcastle that provides all the facilities clients would expect, ensuring that they get the most out of their time in Newcastle.

WHY SERVICED APARTMENTS IN NEWCASTLE?

Serviced apartments in Newcastle come will all the facilities to ensure stays in the North East are as convenient and relaxed as possible. It’s entirely up to you where you base yourself in the city too!

Whether it be near some of the tourist attractions we’ve just talked about, or within a practical distance of any of the brilliant transport infrastructure, you can choose to book stays where it best suits you.

Even if you only find yourself with limited time in this great city, just making that decide to book short stay apartments in Newcastle could make the difference between a good and bad visit!

Do not hesitate to get in contact with SITU today to find out more about how we can find serviced accommodation which works for you and travel needs.

Transport

Newcastle Airport

Newcastle International Airport, which offers scheduled flights throughout the UK and Europe is located 6 miles north-west of the city.

The airport is easy to get to by several means of transport. The Metro and bus services are all able to provide transport to and from the airport and your Newcastle accommodation.

Newcastle Train Station

The city has two train stations; Manors on City Road and the Newcastle Central Station off Neville Street. At Central, there is a great metro service available, very close to a range of great studio apartments in Newcastle.

The Northern Rail and National Rail offer longer journeys around the country, with regular services to London Kings Cross taking about three and a half hours.

Tyne and Wear Metro

The Tyne and Wear metro system does a great job to cater to the transport needs of Newcastle population. There are several underground stations dotted across Newcastle Upon Tyne, enabling travel across the city centre, to the airport and eastbound towards North Tyneside.

Metro stations include; Manors, Central, Byker, Walkergate, Chillingham Road, Jesmond and Ilford Road. From our city apartments in Newcastle, each of these underground stations could be just a short walk away

Newcastle Bus Station

Haymarket Station is Newcastle's main bus station, situated near the shops and attractions of the centre. There is also a fantastic bus connection called the 'Quaylink' that runs every few minutes between the city centre and the Newcastle / Gateshead quayside.

The Haymarket bus station is right next to the Eldon Square Shopping Centre, between the Haymarket and Monument metro stops. Close by is the Tyneside Cinema and Newcastle University.