The Ouseburn valley area has so much to offer, from a rich history to modern amenities including trendy cafes, art galleries, bars and live music venues.
All of this in the immediate area with Newcastle quayside a short distance away and further on again into the city centre.
Directly on Hume street we have some great places, The Kiln is directly next door to us which is a fantastic place to grab food & drink – literally a few paces away you will then see Brinkburn St Brewery, bar & kitchen. If you decided to walk a few paces more down the bank that will lead to the Tyne bar a local fave in the area. A stones throw from there is Northern Rye selling amazing baked goods along side Di Meo’s Riverside cafe specialising in ice cream and fresh coffee…what more could you need!
Ouseburn and the surrounding areas have a wide selection of eateries well worth a look. From one of the UK’s best restaurants in The Cook House to local champions like The Kiln you will find no shortage of options if you want to dine out in the immediate area of Ouseburn.
Some highlights include very close by is the Ouseburn farm which (also free entry) and is always worth a look, in a similar theme there is Stepney bank stables near by. The Seven stories children’s book center is situated close also and The Cycle Hub is a great part of the area, you’ll find more if you explore this great part of the city.
Newcastle is a great city, one that never stands still and with Ousburn Quays you are situated in one of the most vibrant and popular parts being in the Ouseburn Valley. A short walk along the quayside will take you to the heart of the city.