Things to do in Jesmond

By September 4, 2014Uncategorized

When looking for a bed and breakfast in Newcastle upon Tyne, look no further than the Rosebery Hotel, a Jesmond B&B which has lots to offer its guests in terms of comfort, value for money and style. Also, Jesmond is a lovely, leafy, smart, residential suburb of Newcastle, so we’re only 5 minutes from Newcastle city centre, which has a range of activities, shops, venues, bars, cafes and restaurants for our guests to enjoy. Whether you want to spend a whole day shopping, or you want to take a stroll through the gorgeous Jesmond Dene, you couldn’t be in a more perfect place than the Rosebery Hotel!

Jesmond is a suburban, Edwardian area with plenty of green spaces, which include the afore mentioned Jesmond Dene Park, and tree lined streets, which give you a sense of tranquillity and you don’t feel like you’re in a major city. Historically, Jesmond was an area where many of the North East’s ship builders built large detached villas, so there remains today, some beautiful examples of Edwardian and Victorian housing stock to ogle at on your leisurely stroll around the area.

For a guest who has already chosen to stay in the Jesmond area, or a guest who is looking for a hotel in Jesmond, we are in an ideal location to explore the region.

Shopping in Jesmond, is fabulous if you’re looking for independent stylish boutiques!

On Clayton Road, you have the likes of the exquisite Williamson Brown; an independent jewellery company, Designer and Lestrynes of Jesmond; which are both women’s clothing boutiques. There is a fabulous florist called Secret Garden Flowers, if you’re visiting anyone at the Freeman and want to surprise them with some beautiful flowers. If you get peckish, you could visit Willi’s Coffee House and enjoy some great food and some great coffee.

On Acorn road you’ll find Jules B; a high end men’s clothing retailer, Daniel; a designer footwear shop and you could even nip in to Oxfam charity shop and grab yourself a bargain!

There are some great places to eat in Jesmond, a few of which are; Cafe 1901The Fat Hippo and Jam Jar, which is a great place for live music!

If you fancy a little pampering session or getting your hair done while you’re in Jesmond, there’s ID Hair Design, Boiler House and The Beauty Spot which are both just a few minutes from the Rosebery Bed and Breakfast. We’re not forgetting the men, there’s OB Barbers just around the corner from the hotel and David H up on Acorn Road.

If you’re into your fitness, there’s no need to miss out while you’re staying in Jesmond. There are a number of fitness classes and gyms in the vicinity. You can get a week’s membership in Pinetree which is only a 1 minute walk from the Rosebery, where you can enjoy classes such as spinning, yoga and body pump. At Fitness Matrix you can get involved in kettlebell, boxercise and pilates amongst other classes. If a full on work out isn’t what you’re after, then visit Jesmond Swimming Pool for a relaxing swim or go for a scenic walk in Jesmond Dene.

If you’re staying with children and need something that will keep them occupied, then there are some great suggestions for a day out with the kids. For a short walk away from the hotel, there is the wonderful Pets Corner Petting Zoo and playground in Jesmond Dene Park.

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