A new open top bus service launched on Monday making it quicker and easier for people to travel between South Shields town centre and the sea front over the summer. The flyer for the new bus service can be seen below…
An adult single fare is £1.15 or £1.30 for a full journey between the Market and New Crown pub adjacent to Westoe Crown Village at the bottom of Mowbray Road. Child single tickets cost 60p with a Nexus Under 16 card or £1.10 for all day. All concessions and Network Travel tickets are accepted along with all other Stagecoach tickets such as Dayrider, Megarider and Transfers.
The service will run every day during the six weeks holidays until Sunday 1st September, then on weekends up to and including Sunday 3rd November. The bus will also operate daily between 28th October and 3rd November.
The full route of the South Shields shuttle bus is: Church Way, Chapter Row, Keppel Street, Fowler Street, Winchester Street, Anderson Street, Ocean Road, Sea Road before turning at the New Crown pub roundabout at the bottom of Mowbray Road adjacent to Westoe Crown Village. The timetable for the service can be seen and downloaded below.
To celebrate the birth of His Royal Highness Prince George of Cambridge we have an exclusive online booking special offer discount code available.
All online reservations made on our website using special offer discount code george will receive a 15% discount off the cost of accommodation. This special offer discount code applies to all rooms and dates and expires in seven days – at midnight on Wednesday 31st July 2013. The special offer discount code george must be entered at the time of booking. Applies only to new online bookings made on our website here: book online. Cannot be retrospectively applied to existing bookings.
Discover the rich history behind Hadrian’s Wall while admiring the spectacular views on a guided walk from Wild Dog Outdoors. Usually £20 per person, is £10 for one person or £19 for two people with this offer. The experience starts with a fun and informative 45-minute talk about the construction of the wall (provided by your very own Roman soldier!) followed by a 2-mile walk along the famous National Trail.