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The Northumbria Guest Accommodation Whitley Bay

51-52 Victoria Avenue, Whitley Bay, United Kingdom Show Map
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Located within walking distance of Cullercoats Metro Station, The Northumbria Guest Accommodation Whitley Bay offers guests a convenient base when visiting Whitley Bay.

The property has 15 rooms offering all the necessities to ensure a comfortable stay. After settling in to their room, guests can explore the area with use of Whitley Bay Metro Station, which is a short stroll from the property.

The Northumbria Guest Accommodation Whitley Bay's restaurant is available for breakfast, providing guests with a pleasant dining experience near their room. A relaxing beverage can be savoured in the in-house bar.

The area surrounding The Northumbria Guest Accommodation Whitley Bay is well-known for its nightlife, with lots of places to go for a drink or dance. Newcastle University is just an easy drive from the property.

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