Sandyford is the perfect location to rent a property close to university. With streets of terraced abodes and bordering the beautiful Jesmond Dene, this is the place to be if you want to roll out of bed just before your 9am lectures.
Situated within close proximity to Heaton and Jesmond, as well as the City Centre, Sandyford is the perfect walking distance from most locations in Newcastle. While Sandyford is probably the quietest of all of the student areas, it certainly still has a lot going on and has a real community feel.
If you love Mediterranean food then you’r in for a treat, Harissa kitchen serves tasty and colorful food from all corners of the Mediterranean. Harissa serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Choose from a crispy Aubergine or try their roasted carrot and cumin.
Open from Wednesday to Sunday, visit their website for more details.
Ernest is an independent cafe bar situated in the top end of the Ouseburn, with quality food, drink, music and art. If you choose to dine here, you can can choose from your favorite salad, to a mouth watering burger. Go early enough and treat yourself to a cooked breakfast. Ernest delivers so even if you can’t make it, you can simply order to your door.
Ernest is open all day everyday so there is no excuse to grab a bite to eat today.
Why not have your favorite Italian food made with fresh ingredients sourced from local farms and butchers? You will if you dine with Mascalzone. Whether you’r in the mood for pasts, pizza or even a calzone, you will find nothing but quality at Mascalzone.
Opening hours are: Tuesday to Saturday 10.00 am – 10.30pm, Monday and Sunday Closed
The Bluebell is an old traditional style pub that was recently revamped into a trendy location for students. With its gorgeous home-cooked food, its spacious beer garden, and its beautiful surroundings its the ideal place to spend those sunny afternoons.
Opening hours are – Mon-Thurs 11am – 11.30 pm, Fr-Sat 12am – 12pm, Sun 12am – 11 pm
Established in 1836, The Collingwood Arms is a traditional pub where you can go for a friendly catch up and a drink before hitting the town for a night out. If you haven’t discovered The Collingwood Arms yet then don’t forget to call in for all the best kept ales and draught lagers.
Peppered with grocery stores such as Spar, Londis, Tesco Extra, Metro, Sainsburyâ€™s and Corrados the choice for convenience shopping is endless.