Newcastle is a highly colourful and diverse city and we are proud to welcome all nationalities, races and creeds to share our culture and traditions. Our varied population brings with them many international food establishments reflecting our cultural diversity. While we love trying new foods, you can never beat a bit of good old fashioned Geordie ‘scran’. We’ve picked out the best restaurants in Newcastle for traditional grub, close to your ideal serviced apartments in Newcastle, PREMIER SUI...


Although we live in an exciting and vibrant city with a rich culture and history, you’d be forgiven for missing some of our must-see sights on your trip. Some are lesser-known; some are a little out of the way of your accommodation in Newcastle, but ALL are well worth a visit! Here are some of the highlights that you really shouldn’t miss on the trip to Newcastle: Newcastle Castle and Keep: While accommodation in the United Kingdom is usually of a high standard, you m...


If you’re planning a trip to Newcastle, prepare to fall in love with our exciting and vibrant city. You’ll also that travelling to Newcastle isn’t cheap so we’ve put together a list of the top 10 budget-friendly activities in the city, all close to your ideal accommodation, PREMIER SUITES Newcastle. 1. Discovery Museum Learn about the history of Newcastle and Tyneside with a visit to our Discovery Museum . The museum h...


Newcastle upon Tyne is a city known mainly for its industrial heritage, delicious brown ale, vibrant nightlife, and distinct 'Geordie' dialect. To us, it’s certainly one of the highlights of the North of England but why should you put in on your bucket list? We’ve put together a list of facts to convince you to visit our wonderful, colourful corner of the UK, close to your perfect accommodation in Newcastle, PREMIER SUITES. Did you know the Millennium Bridge was the world’s first s...

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Spring has officially sprung! Newcastle is filled with the smell of freshly cut grass and everywhere you turn you’ll see blossoming daffodils. The children are excited about Easter break, but parents aren’t as enthusiastic. It can be tiring and costly thinking of ways to entertain them when they’re off school for the fortnight but a trip to Newcastle could be just the trick. We’ve put together a list of exciting things to do over Easter Break with your family.

Newcastle Puppetry Festival