Martineau House is a deluxe, family-run guest house located in the heart of the picturesque coastal village of Tynemouth, Tyne & Wear. Whether you're planning on visiting for business or pleasure, your host Sally very much looks forward to welcoming you.
Luxury en-suite rooms with hair dryer and complimentary toiletries, flat screen TV wth freeview and built in DVD, fridge with bottled water, and a well stocked courtesy tray. Free Wi-Fi available.
Start the day with choices from our comprehensive breakfast menu, served in our open plan kitchen overlooking the secret garden.
Enjoy a wide range of freshly prepared dishes using locally sourced products, including Swallow Fish Kippers, homemade fish cake, Eggs Benedict, Royal or Florentine or a "Big Geordie" breakfast. A separate vegetarian and vegan menu is also available.
During your stay why not make your days out a little extra special by treating yourself to a Martineau Picnic lunch. Choose from one of four freshly prepared options including Harriet's hamper, a traditional picnic packed in a willow basked and provided with a picnic rug.
Martineau Guest House is located in the heart of the picturesque Tynemouth Village, with stunning panoramic views of Tynemouth Priory and the mouth of the River Tyne.
Conveniently located for local transport, Martineau Guest House is an ideal base for exploring the coastline and countryside of Northumbria, or the shopping opportunities of Newcastle's Eldon Square and Gateshead's famous Metro Centre, or the Royal Quays outlet centre just 10 minutes away in North Shields. Some of the newer attractions of the North East are the Sage Gateshead and the Baltic Art museum.
Rates: From £80 single occupancy per night. From £100 per room per night based on 2 people sharing.
Children over 10 are welcome.
Sorry, no pets.
4 Star Silver Award Visit England.
Bronze Award in the North East Tourism Awards 2013.
Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor for 2013. Breakfast Award from Visit England.
Highly Commended in the Coast of England Award 2016.
North East Tourist Gold Award 2015.