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Newcastle hotels cover all styles and price ranges, yet each offers a convivial Irish welcome that will help you to feel at home in no time at all.
Many places to stay help you to take advantage of the splendid setting that Newcastle enjoys, so look out for hotels, bed and breakfasts, guest houses and self-catering properties that offer splendid views of the beach, Mourne Mountains, the Royal County Down Golf Course or the surrounding countryside.
You need never be too far away from the amenities of Newcastle: many hotels and other places to stay lie within easy walking distance of the seafront and town centre, so you can immerse yourself in Newcastle’s shops, cafes, swimming pools and other attractions whenever you wish.
Newcastle is served by Belfast City Airport, around 35 miles to the northeast, and Belfast International Airport, roughly 40 miles away.
Whether you’re looking for hotels or bed and breakfasts near either airport, there’s a good variety right on call. Choose a family-run guesthouse, modern hotel chain, 4-star country house or budget-friendly pub — they’re all great stopovers on your way to or from Newcastle.
The town of Newcastle boasts plenty of hotels, guest lodges, self-catering properties and rental cottages to fit your needs, tastes and pocket. Fancy staying in the heart of town? Then, consider the handful of plush 4 star hotels in the centre of town or the bed and breakfasts on the town’s edges and along the surrounding coastal routes, such as Kilkeel Road.
All are a leisurely walk from Newcastle’s attractions, including the Royal County Down Golf Course if you’re here to play golf or enjoy a golf tournament. Just stroll into the town or relax on the beach whenever you wish, and later, stretch out the evening at any of Newcastle’s inns, wine bars or pubs, enjoying one of their regular quizzes, traditional Irish music events or other music nights.
Staying in Newcastle means that beaches, nature and mountains are all within easy reach. If you’re here to play golf or to attend a golf tournament such as the Irish Open, seek out one of the upscale resort hotels, spa hotels or country cottages handy for the Royal County Down course. Or, for enjoying the Mourne Mountains, book at any of the country hotels, bed and breakfasts or self-catering cottages just outside the town.
It’s not just the views you’ll enjoy from your hotel: you can follow a hiking track through the Mourne peaks, hit the beaches around Dundrum Bay or trace the trails of Tollymore Forest Park or Murlough Nature Reserve.
Visiting Newcastle for work? You’ll find several suitable hotels in and near town, including excellent conference hotels and banqueting hotels ideal for events and meetings. Or, if your business is more informal, you’ll find some smaller hotels with lounge bars perfect for casual meetings, plus welcoming bed and breakfasts for overnight stays.