Newcastle On a Budget

NewcastleGateshead Waterfront

NewcastleGateshead Waterfront

Cheap Newcastle accommodation options are extensive. Stay in one of the city’s many budget independent hostels or opt for seasonal university campus accommodation featuring both serviced and self-catering options. Cheap Newcastle hotels include a selection of budget chains located on the city’s outskirts and find quality affordable B&B accommodation  in leafy suburbs like Jesmond to the north of the city centre.

Find great budget hotels and Metro Inns in Newcastle just 10 minutes north of the city centre in the Kenton Bank area with bunk bed style rooms ideal for football stays and cheap stag & hen weekends in Newcastle.

Packed with free museums and galleries, Newcastle is a great city to visit on a budget. Heritage sites from the castle with one of Britain’s best preserved Norman Keeps to cathedrals, bridges and the central Grey’s Monuments are either free to view or cheap to get in! With its largely pedestrianized Victorian city centre and spectacular modern waterfront, Newcastle city centre self-guided tours are packed with a visually dazzling array of old and new architectural jewels.

Newcastle’s excellent transport links from the Metro light railway network to Quayside bus services and river ferry services puts many budget locations around Tyne & Wear within easy reach of the city centre. Consider budget Newcastle B&Bs, hotels and even coastal holiday parks in low cost locations like Whitley Bay, Tynemouth, South Shields and as far afield as Sunderland, all with their own Metro stations and fast rail links into Newcastle city centre. Find budget places to stay in Newcastle – book & save now with Iknow.

Michelle is an experienced travel writer with iknow and has travelled extensively across the UK, Spain, Portugal and the USA. When she’s not busy writing for iknow she enjoys spending time touring museums and art galleries and seeking out the best independent shops in Manchester and Leeds.