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Welcome to The Angel View Hotel

Address: Low Eighton, Washington, NE9 7UB

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Opposite the Angel of the North, The Angel View Hotel is just 10 minutes’ drive from Newcastle centre. The charming hotel features a traditional restaurant and elegant rooms with free Wi-Fi. The bright and airy bedrooms each have a flat-screen TV and a work desk. All rooms have tea/coffee facilities, and a private modern bathroom with a hairdryer. Most rooms have scenic views. Guests can enjoy hearty carvery lunches and classic British cuisine in the restaurant, which features original stone arches. The cosy bar offers a range of real ales and cooked breakfasts. Just off the A1 road, The Angel View Hotel is less than 10 minutes’ drive from Gateshead. Free on-site parking is available, and St James’ Park Football Stadium is a 15-minute drive away.

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Angel of the North - Tyne and Wear - Landmark

Angel of the North - Tyne and Wear - Landmark

Distance 0.28 miles (0.45 km)
If you're travelling past Gateshead, whether by car on the A1, or by train on the East coast main line, you can't miss the Angel of the North. At 20 metres tall, with a 54 metre wingspan and weighing 200 tonnes, the Angel of the North is Britain's largest sculpture and towers over the Team Valley from its hilltop site. In 1994 Gateshead Council chose Turner prize-winning artist Antony Gormley OBE to produce a sculpture as a symbol for Tyneside. Funding was secured in 1996, and the Angel of the North was erected on site in 1998. The wings are not flat - but are angled 3.5 degrees forward, which Gormley says was to create "a sense of embrace". 150 tonnes of concrete were used to create foundations which anchor the sculpture to the rock 20 metres below.

Newcastle College - University

Newcastle College - University

Distance 4.01 miles (6.42 km)
Newcastle College is a Further and Higher Education College located at Newcastle, England. It comprises of nearly 30,000 students. The College offers courses in accounting, archeology, art and design, biology, business studies, chemistry, dance, drama, economics, English language, English literature, film studies, general studies, geography, government and politics, languages, history, information communications technology, mathematics, media, philosophy, physics, psychology, religious education,

Northumbria University - University

Northumbria University - University

Distance 4.45 miles (7.12 km)
Northumbria University, a modern public university was established in 1969 and comprises of around 31,000 students. Situated in Newcastle, north-east of England, Northumbria has two separate campuses: the City campus in the centre of Newcastle upon Tyne and Coach Lane campus, in the leafy suburbs of the city. The University offers nearly 500 courses under nine faculties which include applied sciences, arts and social sciences, built environment, design, health, community and education, computing, engineering and information sciences, law, Newcastle business school and psychology and sports sciences.

Newcastle United Football Club - Football Club

Newcastle United Football Club - Football Club

Distance 4.49 miles (7.18 km)
In previous incarnations they were Stanley and Newcastle East End, but they became the famous Newcastle United in 1892 when they took over at St James' Park from rivals Newcastle West End and a year later took their place in the Football League. Success has come in fits and starts to the Toon, who have a tidy haul of four English championships, six FA Cups and one Fairs Cup triumph. But the last of those came in in 1969 and it's been a long wait for silverware since. Fast Fact: Prior to 1904 Newcastle wore red and white stripes before changing to the now legendary black and white.

Wearside Golf Club - Tyne and Wear - Golf

Wearside Golf Club - Tyne and Wear - Golf

Distance 4.52 miles (7.24 km)
Situated between Sunderland and Washington, nestling in the shadow of Penshaw Monument on the southern side of the River Wear lies one of the oldest golf parkland courses and most successful clubs in the North East...Wearside Golf Club was founded in 1892 and is among a small number of golf clubs in Britain that start with a par 3 and finish with a par 5 travelling away from the clubhouse. Built between the River Wear and Penshaw monument you are guaranteed to experience picturesque views, demanding golf and a friendly welcome, giving you a memorable visit to this Golf Club.