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Welcome to Royal Quays

Address: Royal quays North Shields, North Shields, NE29 6WT

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Royal Quays is a stunning 2 bedroom apartment 9 miles away from the vibrant Newcastle city centre. Just 7 minutes’ drive from Newcastle ferry port DFDS Seaways, the apartment offers free Wi-Fi access to guests and free on-site parking. Inside, the apartment at Royal Quays features a flat-screen TV, a sofa, a seating area and a fully-equipped kitchen. It also includes an en suite bathroom within the master bedroom, a separate bathroom and a balcony view across the quay. For food and drink, Newcastle’s main shopping centre, Eldon Square Shopping Centre is a short 19-minute drive away. Adjacent to the shopping centre is St James’ Park, home to Newcastle United Football Club. The property has 2 boats and fishing trips can be arranged by staff. With a short 13-minute walk guests can make the most of Wet ‘N Wild, a tropical indoor water park. Alternatively, the historical Hadrian’s Wall is less than 50 miles away.

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South Shields Museum and Art Gallery - South Shields - Museum

South Shields Museum and Art Gallery - South Shields - Museum

Distance 1.1 miles (1.75 km)
South Shields Museum & Art Gallery is one of the most successful local museums in the country and is situated in the heart of South Shields. Following a major 1.4 million redevelopment programme, the Museum reopened in Spring 2004 with increased exhibition space, improved facilities and a brand new gallery. The museums major collections reflect the natural and social history of the area in Tales of South Tyneside and Land River and Sea. Art Adventure takes a fresh look at art and features works from the collections plus hands on displays. The museum also has a fantastic shop selling a range of South Shields memorabilia and is the home of South Shields Tourist Information Centre.

Tyne Metropolitan College - Queen Alexandra Sixth Form - University

Tyne Metropolitan College - Queen Alexandra Sixth Form - University

Distance 1.21 miles (1.94 km)
Queen Alexandra Sixth Form College brings together TyneMet college with John Spence Community High school, Marden High school and Norham Community Technology college. Based in North Shields, it offers an extensive range of A level subjects including sciences, the arts, humanities and sport.

Tyne Metropolitan College - Coast Road Campus - University

Tyne Metropolitan College - Coast Road Campus - University

Distance 2.38 miles (3.8 km)
Tyne Metropolitan college is the main provider of further, higher and vocational education and training for North Tyneside. It is situated between Newcastle city centre and the coastal towns of Tynemouth and Whitley Bay. TyneMet offers a wide variety of courses at many levels of qualification. Subjects include, computing and ICT, Engineering, Art and Design, Beauty therapies, Floristry, Catering, Sport, Uniformed Services and Travel and Tourism. TyneMet is also home to the North East Sports Academy.

Whitley Bay Centre - Town Centre

Whitley Bay Centre - Town Centre

Distance 3.39 miles (5.43 km)
Whitley Bay was famous for its permanent seaside fairground called The Spanish City, which was demolished for redevelopment in the late 1990s. The Fairground returns to the town on Bank Holiday weekends, but is now located on 'the Links', an expansive seafront park adjacent to the former Spanish City site. The fabulous Spanish City Dome is to become the centre piece of a multimillion pound regeneration of the sea front, which will include hotel and leisure developments. The Dome has had a number of uses over the years as a Ballroom, Amusement Arcade, and Laserquest. Most recently it became a live music venue playing host to several bands including an appearance by Ash in 2001. Also in the town is Saint Mary's lighthouse.