Travel directions to Whites Hotel Newcastle

Directions

We are situated on lively Osborne Road in Jesmond close to the City centre . From the city centre or north follow signs for A1058 coast road then take the first left for Osborne Raod. Easy access and walking distance to many parts of the city. 


In addition, West Jesmond Metro Station is 10 minutes from the hotel. The metro forms an important link to the City Centre, St. James, Sunderland, South Shields and the Whitley Bay area. Newcastle Airport is 16 minutes drive away.

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More about Jesmond

Jesmond is one of Newcastle's oldest and finest suburbs, which has grown increasingly popular among foodies, socialites, students and young professionals over the years.


This fashionable district is located just a few miles outside of the city centre and is home to some of the best bars and restaurants in the region, as well as a range of boutique shops and quaint cafes, along with conveniently located hotels hidden among the beautiful rows of Victorian terraced houses.

The famous Jesmond Dene, located in the heart of Jesmond, is especially known for its outstanding beauty, and is a great spot to visit during the summer months for picnics and strolls through the luscious green scenery. Nestled at the heart of the Dene you will find Jesmond Dene House, which was once home to industrial pioneer Lord Armstrong, making it a must-see when travelling around the North East.

There are plenty of things to do in Jesmond, and it is the perfect place to stay when visiting Newcastle thanks to its excellent travel links. Jesmond is easily accessible via Metro from both the city centre and The Coast, which means that you can just hop on at any of the three stations nearby to travel around the region.

Those who enjoy a good night out should definitely experience the buzzing atmosphere of nightlife in Jesmond, which is second to none. Osborne Road is perfect spot for a night out, playing host to some of Newcastle's best bars and restaurants. Check out As You Like It nearby or Mr Lynch, which regularly hosts live music. Both are within walking distance of the city centre, so you can continue your night in style.

Jesmond also has a quieter side, which is perfect for couples, families or those just looking for a relaxed day out to explore. On Acorn Road, you'll find the hidden gems of Jesmond's blossoming community, including a library, leisure centre and a number of independent retailers and charity shops, while Brentwood Avenue is perfect for a coffee and a slice of cake thanks to its selection of boutique shops and trendy cafe's.

Discover Jesmond by exploring everything that this affluent, leafy suburb has to offer.

Jesmond is one of Newcastle's oldest and finest suburbs, which has grown increasingly popular among foodies, socialites, students and young professionals over the years.

This fashionable district is located just a few miles outside of the city centre and is home to some of the best bars and restaurants in the region, as well as a range of boutique shops and quaint cafes, along with conveniently located hotels hidden among the beautiful rows of Victorian terraced houses.

The famous Jesmond Dene, located in the heart of Jesmond, is especially known for its outstanding beauty, and is a great spot to visit during the summer months for picnics and strolls through the luscious green scenery. Nestled at the heart of the Dene you will find Jesmond Dene House, a luxurious restaurant and hotel which was once home to industrial pioneer Lord Armstrong, making it a must-see when travelling around the North East.

There are plenty of things to do in Jesmond, and it is the perfect place to stay when visiting Newcastle thanks to its excellent travel links and the myriad of accommodation options available, including the stunning Georgian style Caledonian Hotel. Jesmond is easily accessible via Metro from both the city centre and The Coast, which means that you can just hop on at any of the three stations nearby to travel around the region.

Those who enjoy a good night out should definitely experience the buzzing atmosphere of nightlife in Jesmond, which is second to none. Osborne Road is perfect spot for a night out, playing host to some of Newcastle's best bars and restaurants including SoheFat Hippo and The Cherry Tree. Check out As You Like It nearby or Mr Lynch, which regularly hosts live music. Both are within walking distance of the city centre, so you can continue your night in style.

Jesmond also has a quieter side, which is perfect for couples, families or those just looking for a relaxed day out to explore. On Acorn Road, you'll find the hidden gems of Jesmond's blossoming community, including a library, leisure centre and a number of independent retailers and charity shops, while Brentwood Avenue is perfect for a coffee and a slice of cake thanks to its selection of boutique shops and trendy cafe's.

Discover Jesmond by exploring everything that this affluent, leafy suburb has to offer.