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All reviews millennium bridge sunday market deck chairs sunday morning sage music swing bridge bars and restaurants sage building baltic art gallery lovely walk lit up at night both sides baltic centre places to eat and drink food stalls sunny day great place to visit
What a fantastic choice of bars, restaurants, little cafes, the list goes on and spoilt for choice for types of food and drink
The quayside is such a lovely place to have a walk down the river and take in the views
We loved The...More
Fine walk along the quayside taking in the views along the Tyne, the amazing bridges, plenty of links to local bars and restaurants/shops and birdlife.
Well lite during the evening, much grand architecture to admire.
It is so beautiful atsmosphere there. They have a market on and they have fantastic items. They also have food there that you can buy and that is delicious. I have walked over the tyne bridge and the swinging bridge. Beautiful site. I love it...More
An interesting recycled interior in the Head of Steam had a steam punk theme.The service was good but we only stayed for a coffee.
There are a diverse range of eateries ranging from theme bars to art/cultural places (The Cluny,Toffee Factory on East Quay,The Baltic...More
Came down for a drink and snacks at lunch time and just to get the atmosphere on a sunny afternoon ,plenty of choice and we walked over the Tyne bridge before returning over the millennium bridge back to Eldon square
Response from belleretraite | Reviewed this property |
Hi Kim !
The Royal Quays Marina where the cruise ships dock is about 10 miles from the Quayside ! So walking is not an option . Google the site ''whatsinport '' and you will get the info. about how to get downtown... More
Hi Kim !
The Royal Quays Marina where the cruise ships dock is about 10 miles from the Quayside ! So walking is not an option . Google the site ''whatsinport '' and you will get the info. about how to get downtown . Search first for United Kingdom then Newcastle . This site has info. for about 1200 ports of call around the world .