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Highlights Newcastle upon Tyne

  • Art and culture
  • Vibrant nightlife
  • Concert and sporting venues

Best Vacation Rentals in Newcastle upon Tyne

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Newcastle Upon Tyne, North East England
Vacation Rental • 764 ft² • 3 Bedrooms
(6 reviews)
58 Dilston Road is a newly refurbished first-floor apartment which is excellently located just a 10-minute walk from Newcastle city centre. Sleeping up to six guests and spacious throughout, the apartment is tailored for contractors looking for a central base in the North East and with all the amenities you need, 58 Dilston Road could be the perfect spot for a comfortable business stay or a family city break. Features:✔ Free WiFi ✔ Flat-screen TV equipped with Netflix & Freeview✔ Dedicated workspace✔ Fully equipped Kitchen✔ Contemporary bathtub✔ Washer and dryer✔ Pets allowed✔ Free stre...
from $71 / night
Newcastle Upon Tyne, North East England
Vacation Rental • 2002 ft² • 2 Bedrooms
Vert Vale is a modern two bedroom apartment located just a short distance from the centre of Newcastle, one of the UK’s most popular cities. This first floor apartment features a mix of stylish and contemporary interiors, with lots of personal touches to ensure a real sense of ‘home’. If you are looking for a comfortable, family friendly stay in Newcastle with a whole host of amenities within close proximity, Vert Vale is a great option.Features:✔ Free WiFi ✔ Flat-screen Smart TV✔ Dedicated workspace✔ Fully equipped kitchen✔ Enclosed garden✔ Free parking on premisesThe SpaceThe open-plan li...
from $98 / night
Newcastle Upon Tyne, North East England
Vacation Rental • 850 ft² • 1 Bedroom
Situated in an imposing Art Deco building in Newcastle City Centre, this airy 1 bedroomed Manhattan loft style apartment provides a fully functional, chic space to live and work. Spacious and stylish, boasting features including high ceilings, large windows and mezzanine floor, the property is simultaneously cosy and contemporary. Furnished to a high specification with modern appliances and a luxe finish, this is an impressive home from home designed with comfort in mind. Offering all the benefits and convenience of a central location combined with a warm sanctuary to escape from it all, th...
from $162 / night

Prices and availability

Current Vacation rental prices Newcastle upon Tyne

$243for 1 Apr - 8 Apr
$357 annual average
Average price per week

Current vacation rental availability Newcastle upon Tyne

40%for 1 Apr - 8 Apr
50% annual average
Percentage of available rentals

Vacation rentals in Newcastle upon Tyne

An energetic and cultural city for a weekend break

Newcastle upon Tyne is one of the most renowned cities in England for a variety of reasons, and principally its culture, architecture, nightlife and welcoming atmosphere. The city is a great destination for a city break, and vacation rentals are available right in the heart of the action in the pedestrianised center with its fabulous shopping. Just to the south you can find a rental on the river in the vibrant and popular area called Quayside. Look north to The Town Moor for some lovely rentals overlooking the city’s biggest park, and east to Tynemouth if you want to stay by the sea.

Traditional and modern rentals

Most of the rentals in Newcastle upon Tyne are flats. Choose from vacation rentals in completely modern complexes overlooking the river, or rentals in heritage buildings with stunning original features. On the edge of the city you can find some immaculate houses with gardens and lots of space for your family.

Vacations in Newcastle upon Tyne

The area and getting around

The powerhouse of northeast England

Newcastle upon Tyne is the capital of the northeast of England, dissected by the River Tyne, with its center boasting many noteworthy Victorian buildings and streets, as well as three big shopping centres, and myriad entertainment options. It is a 20-minute drive to the coast where lovely, expansive beaches await you and your family.

Discover Newcastle’s neighborhoods

Quayside is home to the city’s best and most sophisticated pubs, clubs and restaurants, and offers a spectacular view of the Tyne bridges. Student-heavy Jesmond offers a rumbustious atmosphere with great quality cheap restaurants and countless bars offering Happy Hour deals. Ouseburn is the home of the city’s artists and musicians, previously Newcastle’s industrial area. Tynemouth by the sea is a great option for families, with public transport into the city both cheap and regular.

Travelers and activities

Newcastle upon Tyne for families

At Newcastle upon Tyne family fun is guaranteed! From learning about engineering triumphs at the Discovery Museum in Blandford Square to petting a variety of animals at the Ouseburn Farm near Byker, your children can get hands-on experience and a lifetime of memories. If the weather is good, head to Chopwell Wood, which is a 360-hectare woodland near Gateshead. Endless paths through beautiful nature and fabulous views of the Derwent River await you. You may even choose to explore the area by horse!

Newcastle upon Tyne for beach lovers

It may seem unlikely that a northern town like Newcastle could be a fabulous place to bask in the sun, surf the waves, or spend the day playing beach games, but in good weather all of these options become reality. North Tyneside boasts award-winning beaches like Roker, Seaburn, and Sandhaven. When at the beach, spend a few hours at Tynemouth Aquarium, which has a colony of miniature monkeys and sea creatures from all over the globe.

Rowan Atkinson was born in Newcastle. So, if you love Mr. Bean, you can now visit his birthplace!

Top 5 travel tips in Newcastle upon Tyne

1. Visit the Castle of Newcastle

The castle that gave Newcastle its name still stands, albeit it is showing its age. Nevertheless, it makes for a fascinating visit for families and history buffs alike.

2. Check out the Balic Center for Contemporary Art.

Few people would suspect that this cool contemporary art gallery used to be a flour mill. Now the Baltic Center boasts some of the best art and performances in the area.

3. Discover the Sage Gateshead concert venue

The Sage Gateshead is a concert venue by the River Tyne, and much like the Sydney Opera House, it is well worth seeing even if you aren’t actually interested in musical performances. If you are, then the Sage Gateshead is simply a must, as it features world-class performances in various genres.

4. Explore the Great North Museum

Curious travelers take note! At the Great North Museum you can learn about everything from space travel to polar exploration to the Ancient Egyptians to the North East of England’s animals and plants. And don’t miss the fascinating prehistoric remains!

5. Take a tour of St. James Park

The stadium is the iconic home of the Newcastle United football team and one of the biggest football grounds in the country. If you take a tour of the stadium, you can experience all the behind-the-scenes action – feel like a real footballer as you follow the footsteps of bygone legends from the dressing room through the tunnel and into the stadium!

FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Newcastle upon Tyne

On average, what was the cost for vacation rentals in Newcastle upon Tyne last year?

Based on last year, Newcastle upon Tyne had an average price of $248 per night, a relatively high one compared to the cities in the United Kingdom.

When are vacation rentals cheaper in Newcastle upon Tyne?

]If you would like to get the most out of your money, the most budget-friendly months to visit Newcastle upon Tyne are April ($221 the average per night for accommodation), August ($222), and July ($227).

During which months are vacation rentals more expensive in Newcastle upon Tyne?

At the time of booking a vacation rental in Newcastle upon Tyne, the highest prices can usually be seen in the month of December (with an average of $286 per night), followed by November ($279), and then January ($277).

Are there usually many vacation rentals available in Newcastle upon Tyne?

It's worthwhile if you can book your stay with plenty of time when visiting Newcastle upon Tyne, as only 30% of our properties are usually available throughout the year.

When are more vacation rentals available?

The months when it's easiest to find free accommodation in Newcastle upon Tyne are April (the average amount of properties that are free reached 46% of the total last year), May (43%), and January (41%).

When are fewer rentals available in Newcastle upon Tyne?

The months with the lowest properties available in Newcastle upon Tyne are, in order, September, August, and February with respective average availability figures of 16%, 20%, and 21%, based on the previous year. During these three months, the availability is only 19%. It is therefore preferable to book far in advance.

How many rentals are there in Newcastle upon Tyne?

Holidu offers around 340 properties in Newcastle upon Tyne from 7 different partners, so find the perfect type of accommodation you are looking for. You can count on us!

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