3 Wedding Venues in Tynemouth found
Tynemouth is rather more reticent to shout about itself than some of its near neighbours, which is strange given the amount the place has to offer. There is history and to spare here, the ruins of the early medieval castle and the adjacent ancient priory – twice destroyed by the Danes – standing atop its cliffs give depth to the town, the Georgian architecture of its centre adding to that quality. But what those from outside will find most surprising is the excellence of its beaches, Longsands of particular note, that have drawn trippers in-the-know for generations. A wedding with the Geordie smile and such a fine outlook is surely worth your consideration?