Review by Jackie Marston
Although we live at the coast, we still love to go and see the coastline in other parts of the North East, so was delighted when we were asked to review The Kings Flat in Tynemouth.
It was a Wednesday night, so hubby and I packed the car and headed over there after work. This is an Airbnb and definitely one of the better ones we’ve stayed at, and having just stayed in one in Worksop that was like something out of the 1970’s, we appreciated the modern furniture, fixtures, and fittings. It has some really homely touches, was spotlessly clean throughout and I can see why people ask to stay here again and again.
The owner told me that when filming Vera in the region, that the producers rent the place for a couple of months at a time, as they love the home from home feel it gives off.
You can park right outside the flat, with their permit, so that saved the hassle of trying to park in Tynemouth, which is often a nightmare. Once inside, there is a cozy sitting room, a double bedroom and a single one, a fully equipped, modern kitchen and it even had an air-fryer, so was very up to date with the latest trends!
It was too cold to take advantage of the lovely seating area outside, but I could imagine that in the summer, it would be a real suntrap.
I would love to go back there in the summer and have a proper mooch around Tynemouth, as we simply didn’t have the time on this visit, but we’d definitely go back. As far as value for money goes, it’s up there with some of the best.
The flat is priced form £100 per night and can be booked by calling Rouven on 07980 584 534.
If you’re looking for a home from home, value for money accommodation in Tynemouth, then you can’t go far wrong with this place.
The Kings Flat – Tynemouth