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Local Amenities

Elmswood Guest House is located in South Shields whilst close to public transport links, is accessible to every top attraction the town has to offer without the need of transport at all. The recently upgraded and extended shopping centre has all the top shops you'd expect to find, and the guest house is only a ten minute walk to two parks, one of which has been re-designed as it was in Victorian times and after 3 million pounds worth of renovation work has taken place, the view is breath taking. Also there's the Fairground and beaches. It is in an area favoured by both business men and women, but also with leisure travelers.


On Our Doorstep

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Even closer than the parks and the beaches are the great restaurants, which South Shields has in abundance. On Ocean Road itself visitors are treated to a delight of aromas coming from the selection restaurants, cafes and takeaways. They cater for every taste, traditional fish and chips, Mediterranean, Chinese, Italian and last but not least Indian Curry Houses right on our doorstep. With so much competition prices stay cheap so it's not a drain on your wallet to indulge in this cuisine.




The Nightlife

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There's nightlife, nightlife and even more nightlife.
Pubs and clubs galore - thankfully not right on our doorstep but just 5 minutes away.

Guests who want to, can enjoy the revelry until the early hours while others who enjoy a more sedate recreation will not be disturbed by any noise from the lively town centre hostelries.




Beaches

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With a wonderful coastline, graced by some of the best beaches in the region, South Shields offers a unique blend of natural splendour with all the ingredients of a traditional seaside resort. Littlehaven beach offers excellent water sport opportunities, whilst the golden stretch of Sandhaven, with its backdrop of dunes, is especially popular. Deck chairs, tents and windbreaks are available for hire and lifeguards patrol during the summer season.




Arbeia Roman Fort

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The Roman Fort of Arbeia offers an insight into one of the most exciting periods of history. Visitors can walk around the excavated ruins of the Fort, see the reconstruction of the West Gate, visit the museum with its display of finds which include weapons, jewellery and coins then visitors can enter Time Quest to experience working on a real archaeological dig.





The Customs House

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The recently renovated Mill Dam was once the heart of maritime activities. Now restored, the cobbled streets house an elegant Customs House with its cinema, theatre, gallery and stylish restaurant. A Maritime Festival is now a popular summer feature giving Mill Dam a unique character and ambience attracting both locals and visitors.





Bluereef Aquarium

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Using the ferry service between North and South Shields 5 mins from guest house.
You open up another frontier of interesting places to visit. The Bluereef Aquarium is something very special and is the home to some of the worlds most exotic and exciting creatures of the oceans....






Beamish Museum

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2010 marked a milestone in the story of Beamish, the North East’s very own living museum - its 40th birthday. Way back in 1970, the first two members of staff took up their duties and Beamish came into being.

In August that year, founder Director Frank Atkinson took up his full-time post and the three staff, along with many of the social history and industrial collections moved into Beamish Hall and Beamish was born.

From the very first exhibition ‘Museum in the Making’ in 1971 to the Beamish we all know and love today, millions of visitors from throughout the world have passed through the gates.


Bedes World

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Come for a fun and leisurely day out at Bede’s World - where you’ll learn all about Bede and the Anglo-Saxon way of life in Northumbria.

Find out what life would have been like with a visit to our demonstration farm and meet our wonderful animals including Hilda, our wild boar pig, Mary the goat and George the goose as well as all of their friends....




National Glass Centre

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We want to share our knowledge and interest in contemporary glass by welcoming people to our iconic building on the North Shore of the River Wear in Sunderland. Here, they can learn how to make glass, watch glass being made, view exhibitions inspired by glass and find out about Sunderland’s links with this extraordinary material. Our teaching and research programmes also include ceramics and our exhibitions explore the potential of ceramics alongside glass. We use our expertise and specialist facilities to provide support for emerging and established artists to learn about and make glass to further their own practice. Part of the University of Sunderland, we are at the forefront of glass research and our academic staff and facilities are internationally recognised.....