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Reviewed 1 week ago

Lined by listed buildings on each side many designed by famous name architects, this street is now lined by a mix of offices, restaurants, shops, bars and restaurants. At the top end past the beautiful Theatre Royal, the street is dominated by Grey's monument after...More

Thank BJDorani
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A very vibrant city with something for everyone and the best restaurants are here in Grey Street - try Carluccio's; fantastic.

Thank brianfL939EN
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Grey Street is one of the first planned streets in England. It is a Regency masterpiece. On a sunny day, few places look better. There is a vibrancy to the place. It is a great place for sitting and watching the world go by.

Thank COntentedtravel1234
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Many listed building and one of the smartest looking streets in Newcastle. This includes the Theatre Royal.

Thank John R
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Walking along this street you get a taste of Newcastle history. You pass a mix of very old buildings and newer ones. You can see authentic English restaurants and art works. You will pass a mix of people-- students, working folks, and tourists. Near city...More

Thank Helen A
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This was a great street to walk. Plenty of food, cafes. theaters, and shopping. Also, the architecture and just looking at the buildings was worth the walk. My wife and daughter ended up in a theatre watching "Gangster Grandma" by the end of the walk.

Thank Radrev
Reviewed 8 June 2018

From the very top Grey’s Monument to the bottom which leads directly to the Quayside this street has everything to offer - shops, cafes, bars, theatre, fabulous jewellery shop, and so on and so forth! Even on a rainy day this is a must see...More

Thank Hodgee234
Reviewed 6 June 2018

As a car fanatic, this street was a pleasure, hearing the cars nailing it up the road whilst enjoying a nice drink, cant fault it

Thank bristolbest
Reviewed 4 June 2018

one of the best streets in newcastle clean no road works and lovely architecture and no street performers or sleepers that you find in other parts of the town

Thank chris c
Reviewed 31 May 2018

This beautiful street is in my home town. No matter how many times I see the stunning architecture and incredibly beautiful details of the wonderful buildings on this street, it still makes me smile. From the imposing columns of the Theatre Royal to the quirky...More

Thank Janis G
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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
28 January 2016|
Response from Alex C |
Usually a free bus shuttle. If not the metro runs directly to town.