Your group stay in Newcastle
Newcastle is the northernmost of England's major cities. Located not far from the Scottish border, it is a pleasant destination to organize a group trip to England. The city is very well served by its airport. If you can't find flights that suit your group, Newcastle is 1h30 by train from Edinburgh and 3h from London. As for accommodation, Newcastle offers a wide range of hotels. Depending on your wishes and your group's budget, you can take a hotel in the neoclassical style of the city centre, on the banks of the Tyne River or in the Jesmond student district, a few minutes by public transport from the city centre. To help you choose your hotel for your group stay in Newcastle, Groupcorner has selected the best hotels and group accommodation in Newcastle with 4-star hotels, but also cheap hotels in Newcastle.
During your group stay in Newcastle, your group members will have the opportunity to discover a beautiful and often unknown city. The Tyne River, which flows through Newcastle, has a strong influence on the urban landscape with its bridges, the city's landmarks. Its banks offer a nice walk to the members of your group. Newcastle's history is not recent. The Romans used the city as a fort 2000 years ago and the Normans built a castle in the 11th century. It was the "New Castle" that gave its name to the city although it is no longer so new today. From its summit, your group will enjoy a beautiful view of Newcastle and the banks of the Tyne. Around the castle, Newcastle's old town invites you to stroll along its 19th century arteries. Take your group to Grey Street. This street was elected the most beautiful street in England following a vote organised by the BBC. Just because it justifies organizing your group trip to Newcastle, doesn't it?