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Where to propose in Newcastle?

Where to propose in Newcastle?

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Named the best place to visit in 2018 by Rough Guide, it’s no surprise that you want to pop the question in Newcastle. A blend of lively nightlife, illuminated views of the River Tyne and easy access to the coast, it’s a city that has it all. But, with so many breath-taking spots, how do you choose one to propose? Angelic Diamonds, retailer of diamond engagement rings based in Newcastle, tells us its top spots that you might not have considered – including us! 

Sycamore Gap

Sycamore Gap, situated in Henshaw, was given the award for England’s ‘Tree of the Year’ in the Woodland Trust’s annual contest. The iconic tree is a picturesque setting for a proposal and is surrounded by a scenic walking trail.

Planetarium, Life Centre

If you and your partner enjoy star gazing but don’t fancy sitting outside in the cold, head over to the North’s biggest planetarium in the Life Science Centre. Here, you can see space films and visuals and experience real-time space shows in high-definition. Ask your other half to be with you forever under the night sky.

Artisan, The Biscuit Factory

If you and your partner are both lovers of the Toon, enjoy locally sourced ingredients at our a la carte restaurant situated in the city’s cultural quarter. With an award-winning chef and seasonal ingredients, the food here is a tribute to all things Northern. Enjoy the best seasonal dishes from our monthly tasting menu and wine pairing, or choose your favourite dish from the menu before asking your loved one to be yours forever.

Wylam Brewery, Palace of Arts

Around a 30-minute walk from the city centre is Wylam Brewery, which is held in the Palace of Arts, Exhibition Park. Next to the Brewery sits the Brewery Tap, which is open Thursday to Sundays. Also, the Grand Hall hosts live music and food festivals on a regular basis — check out the upcoming events here. Take a romantic stroll from the entrance of the park up to the venue before popping the question in front of the lake — a perfect setting when it is lit up.

Jesmond Dene waterfall

Jesmond Dene park is home to a small pet’s corner, green areas ideal for picnics and approximately a two-mile walking path, although this depends on if you venture off track. For a romantic proposal spot, why not set up a picnic blanket in front of the waterfall situated between the trees and ask your other half to marry you? Then, head over to Osborne Road for a celebratory bottle of bubbly.

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The Treehouse Restaurant, Alnwick

Perhaps your other half is a huge Harry Potter fan and would love to be proposed to near Hogwarts, or they’re a fan of fun rope bridges and magical dining experiences. After exploring Alnwick Castle and its beautiful gardens, head over to The Treehouse Restaurant to pop the question.

Hotel du Vin

Hotel du Vin is a luxury boutique hotel situated away from city centre on the banks of the River Tyne. Boasting unforgettable views of the quayside and a fine dining experience in their restaurant, if you’re looking for somewhere extra special to pop the question — it’s here. Then, head upstairs to your roll top bath for a night of wedding planning.

BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art

Offering another unmissable view of the Quayside, the BALTIC is a former flour mill that’s now home to ever-changing modern art collections. Head to Level five for an indoor viewing box of the Millennium Bridge and the Sage, or to Level four for panoramic views from a different angle.

St James’ Park

Make that special someone feel top of the league with a proposal at St James’ Park. For a moment that’s atmospheric and full of life, ask your better half to marry you in Newcastle’s football stadium, St James’ Park. Cheer on the home team with your partner before asking the special question at half-time.

House of Tides

If you and your partner are fans of good food, where better to propose than in Newcastle’s only 1-star Michelin restaurant? Situated in a 16th century building on the city’s quayside, House of Tides is a fine dining restaurant that offers a tasting menu which changes around the year. For something extra, choose the wine pairing and truly treat your palate.

Holy Island of Lindisfarne

Holy Island is a picturesque island a few miles off the coast of Northumberland — it is quite far from the city centre but it is worth it to see the priory and enjoy the views. A perfect setting for a proposal — you can drive over to the island but make sure you check tide tables for safe crossing times.

 

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