Providing a great stopover for families on vacation as well as those traveling through the area on business, Campanile Washington – Newcastle-Upon-Tyne offers comfort and affordability.
Motorists can enjoy easy access from the hotel to the A1M highway and junction 64. Being just 18 kilometers from Newcastle Airport, Campanile Washington – Newcastle-Upon-Tyne is the perfect base for tourists flying into the region – a hub of business, arts, and sciences.
For an enjoyable stay with all the comforts of home, every hotel room comes well-equipped with a flat screen TV, a desk, a phone, and Wi-Fi access, although charges do apply for some services. With privacy in mind, every room has its own bathroom complete with bathtub or shower, and a hairdryer is also included. Tea and coffee can be made in every room thanks to a complimentary tray. Enjoy a cold drink and the local, with rugby and football fixtures televised regularly.
After a good night’s rest, guests are invited to start the day right with a delicious continental breakfast buffet, available from 6:30am to 9:30am during the week and 7:00am to 11:00am on Saturdays, Sundays, and public holidays.
Whether staying on business or taking a vacation, visitors to Campanile Washington – Newcastle-Upon-Tyne can enjoy amazing facilities and a great location for exploring the many delights of the north-east of England.
Things to do
Tours and Attractions
Full day paintball pass in Newcastle
Experience full day access to any paintball centre across the UK. Included in your full day pass is entrance from 9am until approximately 4pm Throughout your day out you'll experience 14 unique objectives in game zones such as Enemy at the Gates, Zombies' Crypt, Gold Rush and many more. Tanks, sniper towers, haunted graveyards and enemy bases – all venues offer amazing a variety of game zones for players to explore. You'll be provided with full protective equipment including: combat suit, padded body armour, full-head goggles, battle pack, rental of semi-automatic paintball gun. Full training and supervision is provided by dedicated staff. Free tea and coffee available throughout the day.
Explore the site of the Castle that gave the city its name and discover its medieval gatehouse, the Black Gate. Uncover the changing face of the Castle through the ages: from royal fortress and border stronghold to grim dungeon and teeming slum. New exhibits allow visitors to experience what life would have been like for inhabitants in these two astonishingly preserved medieval buildings.
Explore one of Northumberland’s top tourist attractions and gain insight into centuries of British history with this Bamburgh Castle entrance ticket. Take an independent tour through Bamburgh Castle’s state rooms and grand halls, and learn of the famous names who once called the fortress home. Discover historic arms and armor, paintings, and jewelry, and visit the Armstrong and Aviation Artefacts Museum. Afterward, step onto the Battery Terrace for fine views over the Northumberland coastline and perhaps participate in the historic re-enactments taking place around the grounds.