Tynemouth 61 guest house and tea room is located on Front Street in the centre of the beautiful village of Tynemouth and is very conveniently located to explore the wonderful Northumbrian coastline and countryside as well as the vibrant city of Newcastle upon Tyne and the quayside of Gateshead. 

Tynemouth is an area of outstanding natural beauty with stunning beaches permitting a wide range of water sports, including surfing, sailing, wind surfing, jet-ski, sub-aqua, swimming, kayaking and canoeing. Prominent on the headland overlooking the river are the Tynemouth Priory and Castle, dating back to the 11th Century. The village itself is now a conservation area mostly comprised of buildings from the 18th and 19th Century. Parking charges apply.

Newcastle upon Tyne is approximately 9 miles away and easily accessible from Tynemouth via the Metro system or the No.306 bus, with journey times of 35 minutes approximately.  The Metro also serves Newcastle International Airport and Newcastle Central Rail Station.

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The Tynemouth Area

Tynemouth 61

Tynemouth 61, an unassuming name for a guest house with such a colourful history! Originally built as a Georgian town house around 1750 it has also been used as a principal billet for the officers of the Tynemouth garrison in the late 18th century and as a guest house from the early 19th century.

Some of the more famous people who have enjoyed its charm and hospitality have been Charlotte Bronte, Charles Dickens, Richard Cobden, Henry Hallam, Thomas Carlyle, Robert Chambers, Lady Jane Byron and Lord Durham.