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Boldon Business Park, Witney W Jct. A19/A184, Boldon, EN, GB, NE35 9PE

  • Phone: (44) 191 5191999
  • Fax: (44) 191 5196035
4.2 out of 5 (25 reviews)
88% of guests recommend this hotel

Outdoor Activities

»Academy of Light

Established in the year 2003, Academy of Light is a cutting-edge training center spread across an area of  89 hectares (220 acres). Academy of Light is a striking departure from Sunderland F.C.'s previous training venue, Charlie Hurley Centre. The new facility features a wide range of amenities including a swimming pool, hydrotherapy center, ultramodern medical facilities, an array of pitches and a wonderful restaurant. 

51 Sunderland Road
Sunderland, SR6 7UW

»Wet 'n' Wild

Splash down at Wet 'n' Wild and you are guaranteed a fun time in the many slides and water flumes. This giant water park complex on the outskirts of the city is highly recommended for all the family. For those seeking thrills try the "Kamikaze" where you can experience a 20 meter vertical drop, or the 'Tsunami' which propels you along at breakneck speed. Or if you are after more sedate pleasures, there are many spas and quieter areas where you can drift along on calmer waters. With a restaurant on site, Wet'n'Wild makes a great day out, and one payment lets you use all the facilities all day.

Rotary Way
North Shields, NE29 6DA

»Sunderland Aquatic Centre

Sunderland Aquatic Centre is a one of its kind sports center that is located in the Sunderland city of England. This indoor sports complex boasts of a huge swimming pool and a gymnasium. It is frequented by many visitors and is a famous local hub. It is touted that this aquatic center has the only Olympic size pool in the North-East England. Dating back to 2008, the aquatic center has been frequented by many renowned men and women. Check website for more information.

33 Southwick Road
Sunderland, SR5 1SU

»Roker Park

A recreation park, Roker Park is housed in the Roker region of Sunderland. Part of Tyne and Wear, the recreation park sits on a site that has been given by Sir Hedworth Williamson. Dating back to the 19th Century, the park is constructed as an ‘L’ shape structure. The entire park is bordered by many other recreational parks and nature centers. Home to many walkways and well-maintained pits, the park also has a wooden footbridge. Check website for more information.

1 Roker Park Terrace
Sunderland, SR6 9LY

»Shields Ferry

For a night out with a difference look no further than The Pride of the Tyne. It's a 240 seat modern boat which passengers can board either from South Shields, North Shields, or the Newcastle Quayside. These "Fun on the Tyne" cruises last between three and four hours. Alternatively you can hire the boat for private parties. On the upper deck there is a main saloon while below is the Admiral Locker bar. All areas have seats and are heated, and there is access for wheelchairs. These cruises are only run on certain days, so ring the company before setting out.

Ferry Street
South Shields, NE33 1JR

»The Leas

The Leas is an open space that lays near the South Shields coastal terrains of England. This natural enclosure is one of the favoured paths of hikers, dog walkers, kite flyers, joggers, nature enthusiasts and cyclists. Marking the finishing point of the famous local marathon, Great North Run, that is organized annually, The Leas spans along a considerable length and meets Souter Lighthouse as well as Whitburn.

Coast Road
Sunderland, NE34 7JT

»Fatfield Woods

Spread across an area of 8.99 hectares (22.21 acres), Fatfield Woods is a charming parkland under the aegis of Woodland Trust. Ash and Old oak trees are found in abundance in this woodland. It also remains a breathtaking area to explore wildlife. 

72 Fatfield Park
Washington, NE38 8BJ

»Osborne Avenue

A cricket ground, Osborne Avenue is one of the striking stadiums of Jesmond in Northumberland. Known to host some of the most integral matches of the region, the stadium was originally called as the Constabulary Ground. The first match was played in the 19th Century, making it one of the oldest cricket grounds of the region. There were plans of shutting the stadium off but after some successful campaigning by the local committees, the stadium has been restored as serves as a training base.

31 Osborne Avenue
Newcastle upon Tyne, NE2 2LU

»Life Centre

Built as a Millennium project, the Life Center brings together a cutting-edge genetic research facility and a family-friendly, jargon-free exhibition of the latest developments in science and biotechnology. The Center aims to provide visitors with a new way of looking at life: "where it came from, how it works, what it means." This major attraction offers film shows, live theater, and hands-on demonstrations, to give visitors a unique and remarkable experience. There are plenty of science events and exhibitions that take place at the center.

Times Square
Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 4EP

»The Discovery Museum

The Discovery Museum has been one of Newcastle's less lauded tourist attractions. Once located slightly off the beaten track, the museum is now centered in the middle of exciting city regeneration works and is set to benefit from this upsurge in retail and residential interest. Located in a huge Victorian warehouse, the Discovery has several permanent exhibitions: "Live Wires" features robots, the Web and the latest hi-tech gadgets. "Turbinia", once the world's fastest vessel, is docked in a hands-on maritime gallery. There's the Science Factory, Fashion Works, a Pioneer Gallery and 200 years of military history in "A Soldier's Life". The Discovery has an exciting program of exhibitions and one-off events for all the family.

Blandford Square
Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 4JA

»Whitley Bay Golf Club

This pleasant 18 hole private course just a quarter of a mile from the North Sea, has been in existence since 1890. A round at this links-style, championship standard course offers a taxing test. If you are having a bad round, however, one compensation is the spectacular views over the sea, including of the nearby St Mary's Lighthouse and Visitor Centre . There is a practice putting green and chipping area. If your legs cannot stand the walk around the full course a limited number of motorized buggies are available for hire. There is a pleasant clubhouse with full bar facilities. Snacks and meals are available and parties can be catered for.

Claremont Road
Newcastle upon Tyne, NE2 4AN

»The Riverside Park

Riverside Park is adjacent to the home ground of Durham County Cricket Club on the banks of the river Wear. Here you will find a children's play area complete with outdoor paddling pool, slides, fairy tale castle and railway station. Nearby the new Park Centre sells drinks and snacks and provides an outdoor seating area overlooking the river. The ornamental gardens are embellished by work commissioned from local artists. For the bowling enthusiast there is a bowls club and greens are open to the public throughout the summer.

Ropery Lane
Chester-le-Street, DH3 3QR
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