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The Sea Hotel, Sure Hotel Collection by Best Western compromises of 34 bedrooms with attached bathroom, an onsite restaurant and a bar. The location was perfect. 2mins walk to the beautiful beach and Ocean Road, full of a variety of eateries, was only 10mins walk. The staff were very polite and welcoming, especially our lovely Receptionist who went above and beyond. The room was clean and comfortable, perfect for our needs.
Located in South Shields, The Clifton has free WiFi, and guests can enjoy a restaurant, a bar and a shared lounge. The bed and breakfast offers a continental or Full English/Irish breakfast. Welcoming clean and convenient. Friendly staff. Slept very well, really comfortable bed. I hope to stay there again when I visit the area.
Featuring a bar, The Grotto is located in South Shields in the Tyne and Wear region, 1.7 miles from Sandhaven Beach and 5.7 miles from Stadium of Light. Location is outstanding. Room was clean and comfortable, staff were all friendly. Exceeded our expectations. Loved the whole experience will definitely return for another visit.
Less than 10 minutes’ walk from South Shields’ beach and Ocean Beach Pleasure Park, this 3-star guest house offers free Wi-Fi access. The Communication with Staff was very good and staff was helpful. The surroundings are very nice. The nice Village and beach are on the Corner and the metro brings you quickly into Newcastle. A good combination.
Award-winning 4-star silver guest house, 5 minutes' walk to beaches and parks, Forest Guest House offers cooked breakfasts and inviting bedrooms with free WiFi in the center of South Shields. The breakfast was impressive and the hosts were very nice and friendly
A 10-minute walk from South Shield’s sandy beach, Elmswood Guest House offers 3-star accommodations with free Wi-Fi and free parking on site. Very clean and comfortable room, washroom is also top notch, very peaceful room no noise, enjoyed my one week stay, the landlords are very kind and lovely people, all the necessary stores are nearyby, and also there is sandhaven beach down the road, perfect location lovely place.
On average, 3-star hotels in South Shields cost $68 per night, and 4-star hotels in South Shields are $62 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in South Shields can be found for $199 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
On average, it costs $81 per night to book a 3-star hotel in South Shields for tonight. You'll pay around $93 if you choose to stay in a 4-star hotel tonight, while a 5-star hotel in South Shields will cost around $166, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
The average price per night for a 3-star hotel in South Shields this weekend is $98 or, for a 4-star hotel, $105. Looking for something even fancier? 5-star hotels in South Shields for this weekend cost around $146 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
Very nice typical North Eastern town, all the shops and facilities you could want. Usually easily accessible by Metro from Newcastle, but currently the Metro station is closed until the end of 2022 for improvement works, so it's bus replacement or what I did - go the long way round on the Metro via the coast, and get the ferry from North Shields.
South Tyneside council do an excellent job in looking after South Shields and especially the sea front area. The east coast has some wonderful beaches and South Shields is one of the best. There is a fantastic fish restaurant on the sea front (Coleman’s) and you can also go in for a drink only. Well worth a visit. Staff are friendly and helpful. We park up at the hotel and walk everywhere as SS is easy to get around. Plea to of bars and restaurants to go to. Sea front and south marine park are brilliant and then you also have Marsden Grotto which is well worth a visit. All in all would definitely recommend as a place to visit.
Beautiful sea front! The beach is lovely, everything you need is on the sea front- pubs, parks, swimming facilities, beach, promenade, fair. Ocean road is packed with restaurants. It is lovely and clean if you stick to the sea front. The South marine park is quite big and a great open green space for walking around or for kids to play. It has 2 parks for kids, a lake with pedalos, lovely cafe and a big toilet block. The locals are so friendly up there. We always feel so welcomed!
Stunning views, beautiful sandy beach, rock pools, friendly locals, lovely parkrun. A lot of interesting things to say and do. I went for the parkrun, which finishes on the same route as the last mile of the Great North Run, but really wished I had longer. There is quite a lot of interesting history for this location with good signage. You can take a ferry over to the priory, or just enjoy rock hopping. Probably quite exposed in winter, but weather was perfect for my visit. There seemed to be paddle boarding and body boarding going on with life guards in attendance. Good parking, clean loos, it was great.
Obviously the beaches and the South Marine Park.We had fish and chips in Colmans restaurant,in Ghandis Temple, a great experience.We didn`t stray too far from the sea-front..We are hardly young, but would recommend anyone with young children to visit So.Shields.
I live in Newcastle and I wanted to visit the beach to catch the sunrise. Since I had been to Tynemouth a lot of times, I thought I should go to South Shields. I am glad I did. I did not know the Roman and maritime history that the town was steeped in. The beach itself has a lot to offer especially if you like hiking and/or cycling on rough terrain. I visited three different beaches in two days - Sandhaven, Littlehaven, and Trow Rock Beach. The town itself is quite compact and can be done in a day. If you want to relax, then take two or even three to enjoy what they have to offer. I stayed at The Clifton, which is a boutique-style guest house. Their breakfast was really good and they have vegan options too. The peri-peri chicken in mild spice from Dixy Chicken will continue to be my favorite. You can watch the sunrise from the beaches. I am not the strenuous/adventurous activity kinda person I used to be, but I really loved climbing the rocks to the top from the Trow Rocks beach. There are a lot of public art installations in South Shields and my favorite were the Weebles and Spirit of South Shields. I would suggest going to Arbeia Fort to learn about the Roman history of the town.
The room was spotlessly clean, comfortable, and quiet. The owners are incredibly friendly and accommodating. I had a slightly late arrival due to a delayed train and missed connection, but they waited up for me. They also let me leave my luggage and had even washed and dried a pair of socks I had inadvertently left behind in the room when I returned! The breakfast is fantastic, with sizable portions. The location is within very easy walking distance to both the beaches of South Shields and the metro station for convenient access to Newcastle.
we had a two night stay at the forest guest house we were greeted to the property by Janet who welcomed us with the South Shields charm our room was number 5 on the second floor described as a small double on the ascent to our room the walls of the guest house there was a a small art gallery of photographs by a local artist Alex jones well worth stopping and having a look at the magnificent pictures we finally got into our room like described it was a small double with a safe a flat screen to and a small fridge
Amazing house in a great location, next to South Shields town hall. Very clean and spacious. I stayed in a family room on this occasion, it had 2 single beds and 1 double. Plenty of storage space (wardrobe and drawers), fridge / hob, a sink and a huge telly. The host, Duncan, was very friendly and helpful. Great choice.
Fab stay at the Lookout. Cosy accommodation with a very comfortable bed and loved waking up to the sound of the sea. Very quiet with fab views of the beach. Food next door at the Marsden Grotto was delicious and staff very friendly. Lovely coastal walk into South Shields.
It is in a good location just tucked off the main seafront road. You’ve got a lot of takeaways and restaurants on your doorstep. Short walk to the beach and amusements. Guest House was clean and tidy. Games room is a great addition.
We stayed here during the bank holiday at the end of may and it wsa brilliant great location with easy access to the town and the beach i would definatly recomend the Beechwood b&b to anyone going to South Shields
The location is perfect for a stay at the beach, especially with very hot weather. From the South Shields Metro station there is also a convenient connection to the city.
Breakfast well cooked, Hosts very welcoming, guest house clean,bar is cosy,guest house is close to town center, and beach, taxis are available and are cheap,
Welcome pack, Light and airy rooms, well appointed, comfy furniture. Great location to walk into South Shields and the many restaurants on offer.
Soft toilet roll. Dog friendly,although dogs turned to leave on seeing accommodation !!Good location by river,theatre,restaurants,shopping
The cleanliness is very good. The decor was tasteful. The hotel is in a very good location.
Very dry, bread tosted on one side only, coffee very poor, cheap teabags no flavour.
nice large property, easy walk to South Shields , beach, restaurants, cafes etc
lovely clean hotel amazing location
Very clean and comfortable room, washroom is also top notch, very peaceful room no noise, enjoyed my one week stay, the landlords are very kind and lovely people, all the necessary stores are nearyby, and also there is sandhaven beach down the road, perfect location lovely place.
Very polite staff, good information from staff, rooms clean and so was bathroom. Breakfast excellent.