Immerse yourself in the history of Newcastle and Tyneside told through permanent displays and temporary exhibitions over three floors focusing on the area's maritime, scientific and technological impo
YHA Newcastle CentralNewcastle Upon Tyne, Northumberland, NE1 6UQ
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YHA Newcastle Central offers cheap, comfortable and convenient accommodation in Newcastle Upon Tyne's city centre. This lively hostel is situated just five minutes from Grey's Quarter which is full of luxury retailers and rooftop restaurants, and High Bridge street, home to stylish gin bars, artisan cafes, independent shops and The Stand Comedy club.
From coastline to culture and brilliant nightlife, there's something for everyone in Newcastle.
Why guests love YHA Newcastle Central
Accommodation at YHA Newcastle Central
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- 24-hour access
- 24-hour reception
- Baby changing
- Contactless payments
- Cycle store
- Evening meals
- Full mobile coverage
- Group meals
- Luggage store
- Packed lunch
- Paid parking on premises
- Shared laundry room
- Shared lounge
- Shared TV
- Vending machines
- Water refill station
Hostel need to know
Reception opening hours: 24 hours.
Food and drink: Breakfast is served to guests daily from 07:30 – 09:00.
Parking: There are limited parking bays outside the hostel. These are £3.00 per 2 hours and free from 18:30 - 08:00. There are other car parks close by (charges apply).
WiFi: Free WiFi is available in shared social spaces and all rooms.
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YHA School Trips
YHA Newcastle Central offers groups and schools the perfect base from which to explore the city. Find out more about group bookings over on our Groups website.
Newcastle Gaol was built as a gaol and house of correction, designed by the famous Newcastle architect John Dobson on the site of YHA Newcastle Central. In 1925 the prison closed with the prisoners transferred to Durham.
Telephone House, the city's telephone exchange, was built in its place in 1932, which later became YHA Newcastle Central.