Jesmond Road is close to Jesmond Dene and the Sandyford area of Newcastle. From Jesmond Road, you can access the A167, which will take you into Newcastle centre or out the city. You can walk the length of the road in approximately ten minutes.
Where Is It?
Newcastle upon Tyne,
How To Get There
Anywhere on Jesmond Road can be reached within ten minutes maximum with a short walk.
For a hotel near Jesmond Road, the Rosebery couldn’t be any closer. The bespoke bed and breakfast is just around the corner from the start of Jesmond Road and is less than a one minute walk.
The end of Jesmond Road is ten minutes walk away but if after your meal you are too full to walk back and you would like to take a taxi to the Rosebery, this will take less than five minutes and be very reasonably priced.
What Is It?
There are a number of shops, hair and beauty parlours, takeaways and local restaurants along Jesmond Road, which is directly next to Rosebery Crescent, the home of the Rosebery Hotel.
Wake up and carry out your morning exercise routine at the Pinetree Health and Fitness gym, before getting your hair done at Panelle or Dream Girlz, a salon which specialises in hair extensions.
You can go for a spot of lunch at Cafe Bar One, which uses locally sourced produce to create delicious homemade dishes, or Freudz Cafe, a vegetarian and vegan eatery that is affiliated with the Northern Guild counselling and therapy centre.
There’s no need to go into the city centre for an evening meal to celebrate a special occasion, there are plenty of restaurants on Jesmond Road, near the Rosebery Hotel. Pizzeria Santana’s is a traditional Italian restaurant within two to three minutes walk of the Rosebery – you can even pick up a menu in the hotel reception. For seasonal cuisine created by one of the finalists from the 2010 Masterchef: The Professionals, try Peace and Loaf, which is also just around the corner from the hotel. The menu changes throughout the year, using ingredients sourced from around the region to make quality foods that you can enjoy with a glass of wine. If you walk a little further down Jesmond Road, you will also find Fratello’s, a modern Italian restaurant and grill. The decor is made up of dark wood and exposed stone, to create a delightful ambience for diners.
As well as the shops and restaurants on Jesmond Road, there is a wide selection of bars and pubs on the nearby Osborne Road, which is a less than five to ten-minute walk away. Indulge in an after dinner drink once you have finished your meal in one of the restaurants on Jesmond Road.
Jesmond Dene is also within a few minutes, so you can enjoy a walk along the river to take in the scenery. Children will love visiting the animals at Pets Corner, where they can get up close and personal with goats, rabbits and other creatures.
You won’t be short of transport options on Jesmond Road, as the Cradlewell bus stop can be found here, as well as Jesmond metro station.