A fantastic rugby tour for teams of all ages. We may be slightly biased about our home City but show us a rugby tourist who leaves here disappointed and we'll admit defeat.
Arguably the greatest city on earth. You'll not be surprised to hear Newcastle is our home patch. We live, work and play our rugby in the city & have hosted more tours here than in any other location, so you can look forward to a tremendous experience in The Toon.
We thoroughly believe that on the eighth day, the Good Lord put an axis into the ground in Newcastle City Centre and declared that the World shall revolve around this magnificent place for eternity.
We may be slightly biased about our fantastic home city, but show me a person who leaves here disappointed and we'll admit defeat. Newcastle possesses a vibrant atmosphere like no other. Whether it be by day on the bustling hives of Northumberland Street and Grey Street, or at night on the World Class Quayside.
Travelling to Newcastle by Coach is simple. The city is on the A1 motorway with good access to Leeds, Edinburgh & Manchester.
Travel times by Coach are as follows:
A short drive East of Newcastle will get you to North Shields Ferry Terminal. From here, DFDS Seaways offer daily overnight crossings in from Amsterdam. For teams travelling to Newcastle from the Netherlands, we work closely with DFDS, so we're able to include ferry crossings to your tour package.
Our new and exciting link with Virgin Trains East Coast has opened up Newcastle as a destination to many. From Kings Cross, you can be in Newcastle within 3-hours. With Hotels available within walking distance, the days of traffic-jams and late-arrivals are a thing of the past.
Newcastle International Airport maybe lacks the global presence of Manchester or London Heathrow, but the city has good links across Europe with airlines like KLM, Easyjet, Aer Lingus and Ryanair. If you're travelling to Newcastle as part of a wider multi-stop tour, then consider flying into Glasgow, Edinburgh or Manchester - all are bigger 'hubs' than the airport at Newcastle.
Opened in 2010, the Euro Hostel in Newcastle has risen to the top of websites like TripAdvisor for budget Accommodation in Newcastle.
This excellent venue offers large, clean, safe and spacious en-suite rooms, a great bar/restaurant, chill-out rooms, 24-hr reception & a location which will have you in the heart of Newcastle in minutes.
Overlooking the majestic Central Station in Newcastle, the Hampton is a brand-new 3* Hotel in the heart of the city.
Bright & spacious, the twin/double rooms are crammed with creature comforts alien to the traditional rugby tour. Widescreen HDTV's, Wifi, Power Showers and enormous beds add some box-tickers to the property.
A 24-hour Reception, Cafe, Bar area make a great base & the buffet breakfast each morning will have you well stocked until lunch.
When this Hotel is full, we recommend the Holiday Inn Express, a great hotel built in the shadows of the St James' Park Football Stadium.