|Fort Scratchley||2 min|
|Civic Theatre||4 min|
|Newcastle Museum||5 min|
|Town Hall||5 min|
|Bathers Way Walk||6 min|
|Darby Street "Eat Street"||6 min|
|Newcastle Beach||6 min|
|Newcastle Harbour Foreshore||6 min|
|Newcastle Region Art Gallery||7 min|
|Hunter Street Mall||12 min|
|Hunter Wetland Centre||17 min|
|Lake Macquarie||38 km|
|Pokolbin, Hunter Valley||57 km|
21 Parnell Place
Newcastle NSW [map]
02 4926 3688
To Stay With Us
|All rooms are non-smoking|
|All rooms are air-conditioned|
|Tea and Coffee making facilities|
|Bathroom with shower in all rooms|
|Block out blinds|
|Luxury bathroom amenities|
|Keyless codes emailed or SMS 24 hours prior to arrival|
|Car parking (limited availability) Please pre book - fees apply|
|2 minutes to city centre|
Accommodation Newcastle - Newcastle Beach Hotel
Newcastle Beach Hotel is located in the ever evolving, historical east end of Newcastle, just minutes walking distance to two stunning beaches, Newcastle’s hustling foreshore and boardwalk restaurants and is a 10-minute walk from the Newcastle Port and the Nobby’s Lighthouse, one of Newcastle’s iconic landmarks. If you’re an early riser, the best way to start your day is with a trip to the Newcastle Baths, less than a ten-minute walk from Newcastle Beach Hotel. Beautifully situated along the water, the Baths are teaming with locals and provide a stunning backdrop for a refreshing morning swim.
Newcastle Beach Hotel is in close proximity to Newcastle’s best and is the perfect place to stay—whether you're away on business, getting away for the weekend, or on a family holiday. Newcastle Beach Hotel has the room for you. We have five styles of quiet, comfortable rooms to choose from, waiting to suit your requests.
The Ocean View Queen Rooms for that extra relaxing time away, just for you, or with that special someone, offering ocean views.
|The Harbour and City Views - Queen Rooms is suited for the business traveller who needs a comfortable space to work and space to relax. The room provides amazing views over the Harbour and city and some rooms with a balcony.|
|Our Standard Queen Room with a queen bed includes all the comforts you need when you are away. With thoughtful style comforts ensuring the height of relaxation for business and holiday stays.|
|Our Twin Rooms offer accommodation for up to three people with comfort. If you are looking for an affordable, private, and peaceful place to stay our accommodation offers privacy with 1x queen bed and 1x single bed. These rooms are ideal for business, leisure or family travellers needing a convenient, stylish, and comfortable hotel room in the heart Newcastle.|
|We have an affordable comfortable place to suit all of your stays. On a family holiday, or a weekend away? Our Large Family Rooms give you space, together, without breaking the budget and are suited for 2x Adults and 2x Children.|
Whatever you stay? Holiday, business or a weekend away in the close by vineyards we offer friendly affordable rooms and more… We care about the small details for you, and offer in all room’s tea and coffee facilities, air-conditioning, opening windows and more.
Newcastle may be one-tenth the size of Sydney, but is listed as one of the top cities to visit delivering well beyond expectations. Newcastle is a harbour city surrounded by amazing surf beaches that are linked by the popular walk, Bathers Way. Surrounded by stunning coastlines and beaches an active harbour, and a relaxed city life. Newcastle Beach Hotel is settled central to the beaches, the Harbour Foreshore, and Newcastle’s iconic attractions.
For many years the port city of Newcastle has been known for coal, steel, and timber, which was the lifeblood but the cultural, and the creative entrepreneurials have been on the rise for a long while. And now Newcastle's time has finally come, the buzzing city offering superb surf beaches, historical architecture, and a sun-drenched climate that are only part of the city’s offerings.
With a rich food scene that’s quickly cementing the city’s reputation as one of Australia’s must-visit regional dining destinations, Newcastle’s gastro offering is split into sectors with delectable Darby Street in Cooks Hill renowned for its diversity, bohemian vibe, and laidback style. The area is home to cafes and award-winning restaurants offering fine cuisine at friendly prices at venues offering relaxed al fresco dining, unique décor and cosy indoor retreats that invite you to spend an afternoon, or more.
Newcastle is fast becoming a favourite urban destination when it comes to day trips and long weekends and holidays.
Located a five-minute drive from Newcastle Beach Hotel is Darby Street, and is acclaimed as Newcastle’s original eat street, Darby Street has increasingly become famed for its eclectic mix of fashion, alternative music, home wares, second hand book shops and jewellery boutiques, with plenty of one-off finds.
Darby Street precinct is also home to Newcastle Art Gallery, featuring national and international exhibitions all year-round, and several private art galleries where local artists in residence are often available to talk with, while photographic studios and quirky gift stores mean it’s easy to while away the day perusing out the original works and innovative ideas of some of Newcastle, and the region’s, most talented creative professionals.
Further afield in Newcastle—you can take a 20-minute walk along the harbour side and past the fishing boats of Newcastle's revitalized dockyards and Honeysuckle precinct, then step into harbour side dining for an evening meal along the waterfront as the ships dock – you may even see a cruise ships perched in the docks.
Newcastle is evident in the great activities within its diverse cultures; sip cocktails at one of the many harbour side restaurants or bars at Honeysuckle or head to Beaumont Street in Hamilton to dine at Mediterranean-style cafes.
And did we mention the laid-back atmosphere? Yes, Newcastle is definitely worth your time.
For an unparalleled panoramic view of the city and the surf – with a healthy dose of history – stroll the region’s newest attraction, the Newcastle Memorial Walk, the walkway offers views from the coastline to the valley and the view of the city lights after dusk is hard to beat. Newcastle Memorial Walk features a series of soldier silhouettes and the names of thousands of locals who enlisted from the Newcastle area.
Newcastle today is a modern metropolis by the sea with and an active Harbour.
A place where you will want to stay a little longer…
To learn the story of Newcastle you can take a 20-minute walk to The Newcastle Museum and view two permanent exhibits - 'A Newcastle Story' and 'Fire and Earth' that comprehensively tells the history of Newcastle.