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Reviewed 1 week ago

I suppose that the time one goes really determines how you enjoy it. We just walked up and down it a few times during our three day stay and found it all very interesting. And coming from the Midlands and Wales, we found the citizens...More

Thank Philip R
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

What a great place to eat!! The restaurant is amazing, the food was great! Best burger I have ever had by far! Topped off with really nice service! Love Love Love!

Thank Gary S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Cool old street with preserved architecture leading to Grey's Monument. Lots of shops, restaurants and interesting things to look at. Leads up to the Royal Theater and a pedestrian corridor near the monument

Thank MaryKop
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Magnificent street which takes you back to the glory days of Newcastle. have a walk around the centre to see lots more buildings like these.

Thank espengmbh
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Lovely looking street. Lots of amenities. The theatre is beautiful. Lovely area to walk through in Newcastle

Thank Americk28
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A lively area of the city centre with shops and plenty of architectural buildings of note. Earl Grey’s monument at the end is quite spectacular and there are loads of shops and restaurants either on or just off the main square. Well worth a visit...More

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Reviewed 5 weeks ago

An interesting street to visit if you are an admirer of architecture. The Theatre Royal and the monument to Earl Grey can also be seen.

Thank Lynne P
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

Grey street has beautiful architecture and Greys monument,it’s the meeting place if you’re new to town,it’s central to everything,great restaurants,shops ,near the bus station and Eldon Square then up Northumberland Street to City Hall.Then if you go down Grey Street you have the Quayside and...More

Thank Sandie M
Reviewed 15 August 2018 via mobile

Lovely street with mix of restaurants, shops and some lovely architecture. Be warned for the older members, it is steep so while going down from Grey’s monument is lovely, if you choose to walk back up it’s steep. Alternatively, as we did due older member...More

Thank surreyCJ
Reviewed 5 August 2018

This street is truly beautiful. Stand at the top opposite the theatre Royal and just take the time to look at the buildings. Then take a slow stroll down to the quayside. You won't be disappointed promise!!!

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Adi H
12 October 2017|
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Response from dnmtvilla | Reviewed this property |
There is limited parking on the street. Also, at the bottom of Grey Street you cross the lights into Dean Street and there is a multi-storey carpark about 100 yards down the street on your left
27 January 2016|
Response from Alex C |
Usually a free bus shuttle. If not the metro runs directly to town.