Quirky one bedroom apartment with industrial features
At the heart of the Newcastle city centre sits this illustrious industrial one bedroom apartment. The lounge is complimented by muted greys and blues, mixed in with wooden crates upcycled into furniture. Opposite, the trendy kitchen is set upon a backdrop of white and grey cladding and again garnished with upcycled wood. The theme of industrial, yet homely, runs through this apartment, allowing for a stay in the city in style.
From £55 a night
Homely studio in leafy suburb
A dewy olive green splashes the walls of this cosy suburb home. Sleeping two guests, this modern studio contains the little perks of a hotel (everyone loves fresh towels and shampoo) but the peace and quiet of your own home. Despite is natural leafy décor, this suburban studio is just a short metro ride from the thrill of the city and close to local high streets.
From £50 a night
Stylish penthouse suite with glass wall bathroom
City life has never felt more luxurious with this duplex penthouse suite. The exposed brick work in the lounge juxtaposes the 13ft feature glass wall in the bathroom – marrying rustic with modern. The double bed can be found upstairs in a loft-style nook, all complimented with the magnificent view of the Millennium Bridge.
From £71 a night
Contemporary apartment with classic finishes
At the top of an ornate staircase sweeping around opulent stain glass windows sit this classic, yet cosy one bedroom apartment. Sleeping four, the city apartment is conveniently on the doorstep to popular city attractions such as Newcastle Cathedral and St James’ Park, and comes equipped with a German kitchen, Spanish toilet and plenty of plush soft furnishings.
From £65 a night
Kitsch and boutique bed and breakfast in Jesmond
For those who are hunting for more than four walls and a bed, this boutique boudoir is a step into a fairy tale. A vintage aesthetic meets a pop of vivid pinks, blues and greens in each of these rooms at The Rosebury Hotel. Carousel horses and bespoke bone china prints are not alien here, giving guests a night in Newcastle they won’t forget.
From £40 a night
Attic bedroom in cosy Victorian Town House (with cats!)
Atop the third floor of a Victorian town house lives a light, airy, attic bedroom. Think original fire places adorned with elegant tiles opposite a single bed, highlighted by the morning sun coming through a sloping attic window. This cosy nook is just part of the third floor of this townhouse, boasting a full bathroom separate from the family home. However, the owner’s three cuddly cats may pay you a visit!
From £20 a night
Modern two bedroom apartment with private terrace
This two bedroom apartment has been recently refurbished to compliment the modern Newcastle night sky, which can be seen from a private westerly facing terrace. Close to the popular Millennium Bridge this apartment comes complete with breakfast bar, dining area, two bathrooms and large lounge – all stylishly decorated with a neutral colour palette to ensure your city stay is calming, yet comfortable.
From £70 a night
Luxurious city centre penthouse with pool table
Live the life of luxury in this stylish penthouse suite – without the penthouse price tag! The main attraction, the pool table, sits in a spacious open plan living area, whilst immense wooden beams separate it from the kitchen dressed up in the latest style. This two bedroom apartment feels like a bachelor pad straight out of New York City, but instead is lucky enough to have Newcastle’s city centre on its doorstep.
From £66 a night
Spacious and light flat with retro furnishings
This airy open plan apartment boasts real wooden floors and high ceilings, allowing breathing space to relax. This one bedroom apartment sleeps four guests, and features tasteful mid-century décor including a day bed in the lounge. The décor is a mix of retro and modern day style, combining deep blues with pops of red and green colours.
From £65 a night
Open plan apartment in Grade II listed building
Finally, an apartment with more than just style, but history too. This Grade II listed building was built in 1896, its original brickwork left exposed as the feature in the lounge and bedroom. Only a five minute walk from Quayside and a 10 minute walk from St James’ Park, this small part of Newcastle history is a chic, yet comfortable city centre stay.
From £90 a night