You’ve arrived in Tynemouth, a town and former county borough in Tyne and Wear, North East England. It lies at the mouth of the River Tyne, some 8 miles east-northeast of Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
Historically part of Northumberland, there is much to keep visitors occupied here. This, of course, includes stopping for an Afternoon Tea in Tynemouth. What more could you want from a fun day out?
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Tynemouth was originally an Iron Age settlement. Its strategic positioning on a headland overlooking the river has, for centuries, had a significant influence on its history.
The Romans once held a garrison here due to its relative close proximity to Hadrian’s Wall. Later during the 7th century, a monastery was constructed nearby, although it was eventually sacked and destroyed by the Vikings.
Famously, after the Battle of Bannockburn in 1314, Edward II fled from Tynemouth by ship. Nowadays, however, the area is better known for its dramatic views, award-winning beaches and several Afternoon Tea Tynemouth venues. Why not discover today?