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Tyne and Wear

Tyne and Wear, on the northeast coast of England, being a hub for most of the north of the country, access is easy. Serviced by Newcastle International Airport , the area is located off the M1/A1 from the south. The landscape is characterised by the geography of the river Tyne and Wear. Historically, the region played an important part in the Victorian industrial revolution, and heavy industry is evident even today. The primary economic drivers today are services, hospitality and tourism so expect a great experience. Home to the cities of Newcastle, Sunderland and Gateshead, the county has beautiful sandy beaches, and lots of interesting ancient roman history. Bustling city centres, an exciting food scene, modern architecture, and award-winning ales are just some of the highlights of this part of England. Although a predominantly metropolitan area, there is breath-taking scenery, bridges that are incredible feats of engineering, and the Angel of the North watching over. Tyne and Wear still has its fair share of country house, castles, and coastal retreats. Despite its northerly location, Tyne and Wear has a milder climate than you’d expect; Summer temperatures reach highs of 15°C July-August, and expect lows of 4°C in December-January. However, prepare for showers as rainfall is constant all year round.

2 Wedding Venues in Tyne and Wear meet your criteria

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Tyne and Wear, England
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Envision an opulent setting, impeccable catering, and lavish lodging... This is the extraordinary experience that awaits you at The Clarion Hotel Boldon. We are a sanctuary far...
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30-250

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£40.00

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2

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Northumberland, England
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The Derwent Manor, Boutique Hotel is set in 20 acres of the fabulous Northumberland countryside. Located just 30 minutes from Newcastle and Durham. We accommodate 54 spacious...

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10-250

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£69.00

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Tyne and Wear

Tyne and Wear, on the northeast coast of England, being a hub for most of the north of the country, access is easy. Serviced by Newcastle International Airport , the area is located off the M1/A1 from the south. The landscape is characterised by the geography of the river Tyne and Wear. Historically, the region played an important part in the Victorian industrial revolution, and heavy industry is evident even today. The primary economic drivers today are services, hospitality and tourism so expect a great experience. Home to the cities of Newcastle, Sunderland and Gateshead, the county has beautiful sandy beaches, and lots of interesting ancient roman history. Bustling city centres, an exciting food scene, modern architecture, and award-winning ales are just some of the highlights of this part of England. Although a predominantly metropolitan area, there is breath-taking scenery, bridges that are incredible feats of engineering, and the Angel of the North watching over. Tyne and Wear still has its fair share of country house, castles, and coastal retreats. Despite its northerly location, Tyne and Wear has a milder climate than you’d expect; Summer temperatures reach highs of 15°C July-August, and expect lows of 4°C in December-January. However, prepare for showers as rainfall is constant all year round.

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