Leafy, suburban Jesmond is a popular neighbourhood just north of Newcastle, and is on the doorstep of Your Lofts! Well-known for its upmarket bars and restaurants, Jesmond also offers cute cafés and a beautiful park!
… To Ouseburn
Effortlessly cool and upcoming, Ouseburn is considered the Shoreditch of Newcastle and is awash with music venues, delicious cafes, restaurants, delightful pubs, quirky shops and even a farm!
We’re proud of our home in Newcastle-upon-Tyne!
Newcastle is one of the most popular cities in the UK, famous for its friendly locals and stunning quayside. Whilst it’s one of the smallest major cities (you can walk across the centre in under half an hour) it certainly packs a punch, and every inch of Newcastle is jam-packed with hidden gems. From culture and heritage to nightlife and retail, there is something for everyone in this fun-filled, vibrant city.
Things to do
Angel of the North
The Angel of the North is as much a part of Gateshead’s identity as the Statue of Liberty is to New York. Since it first spread its wings in February 1998, it has become one of the most talked about and recognisable pieces of public art ever produced. Created by famous sculptor Anthony Gormley, it is believed to be the largest angel sculpture in the world.
Tynemouth Longsands Beach
Tynemouth Longsands Beach is a stunning stretch of golden sands and powerful waves, making it an ideal location for surfing – Tynemouth even once held the National Surf Championship! If you are an early bird, catching the sunrise here is a magical experience. From day break there are yogis on the beach, families swimming and surfers catching a few waves. During the day and into the evening, Riley’s Fish Shack provides shelter and delicious food, as well fire pits on the beach where you can sit with your loved ones and enjoy your surroundings! Tynemouth itself has some wonderful bars and restaurants; Ora, Lola Jeans and Lobo Rojo, to name but a few, and there is a market in the metro station every weekend!
Great North Museum: Hancock
Built in Newcastle as a natural history museum to the house the expanding collections of the Natural History Society of Northumbria, The Great North Museum: Hancock is a popular family destination offering a variety of exhibitions and expert talks, as well as courses and activities for children. With exciting feature exhibitions including The Living Plant and the world of the Ancient Egyptians, this magnificent museum is sure to provide an insightful and illuminating experience.
Stretching 73 miles from coast to coast, Hadrian’s Wall was built to guard the wild north-west frontier of the Roman Empire, all the way back in 122 AD. Just a few miles north of our location, you can discover the remains of the forts, towers, turrets and towns that once kept watch over the wall, see rare Roman artefacts, get hands-on in museums and take in spectacular view of the rugged landscape, which is nestled within parts of the stunning Northumberland countryside.
Food & Drink
Heaton Perk Coffee Shop
Cog and Wheel
Jesmond Dene House
Olive & Bean
Miller and Carter
The Naked Deli
real Ale pubs
The Brinkburn Brewery
The Ship Inn
We recommend Blue Line Taxis as our preferred taxi service. In the entrance of each of our Your Lofts sites you will find a Taxi butler. Your digital way to order your taxi super easily and at the push of a button!
Many bus stops within walking distance. Your closest bus stop is on Dinsdale Road which is a 3 minute walk from the lofts.
The metro station is within walking distance at 1/2 a mile away in Jesmond, NE2 4DG.
We have a parking permit for each loft if you have your own vehicle.