You’ll find Jesmond within Newcastle, next to the Town Moor, an expanse of green that’s larger than New York’s Central Park. Stay in one of our hotels near Jesmond and learn about Newcastle’s extensive history, from Roman times to the Industrial Revolution. Take time to explore the modern architecture, especially the mighty bridges that hover over the River Tyne. You may have a hard time deciding between the plethora of parks. Also, there are great cycle paths into the centre, so you’re only a pleasant ride away from the big city.   

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Book one of our hotels near Jesmond, and put a visit to Jesmond Dene Park at the top of your list. For a wonderful and immersive walk through the park, choose the history or nature trail. Expect to see waterfalls, ruins and lots of bridges. It might just be the perfect backdrop to an impromptu photoshoot, and it’s only two miles back to our Newcastle Central Hotel. No trip’s complete without a venture to the quayside. There are plenty of restaurants to suit any budget, so go for dinner and drinks and admire the Gateshead Millennium Bridge lit up at night. Walk back to our Newcastle Central Hotel via Hadrian’s Wall Path. Your wonderful riverside stroll will take less than 10 minutes. 

Things to do in Jesmond

For a step back in time, visit Newcastle Castle. Be warned as there are a lot of stairs to climb. The history is thrilling for young and old, and the viewpoints give great panoramas over the city. Start here, as our Gateshead Hotel is only four miles away, and then make your way to Saltwell Park for the beautiful, themed gardens. If the weather’s good, rent a pedalo on the boating lake. For something different, go to Bill Quay Community Farm. The farm breeds rare species, such as the Castlemilk Moorit sheep, and when you’re ready for a rest, our Whitemare Hotel is less than three miles away.