Selection of private dining rooms at venues in Newcastle

Made famous most recently by TV personalities Ant and Dec and the series Geordie Shore casting a fly on the wall look at Newcastle’s legendary nightlife, the city is well known for its party atmosphere. Newcastle is situated on the River Tyne, it’s also a university town and, while historically it was a major shipping and manufacturing hub, it’s now been given a new lease of life as a centre for business, art and science in the North East.

Tourist attractions within the city include the castle and cathedral, the Tyne Bridge, Discovery Museum and St James’ Park – the famous football stadium, while just outside there’s the iconic Angel of the North as well as Hadrian’s Wall. Boasting its own international airport as well as a city metro system, trains to London take around 3 hours or Edinburgh just one and a half. It’s an ideal city for hosting a wide range of events, from conferences to party weekends – and there are plenty of great hotels, restaurants and bars with private dining facilities to explore.

21 – Newcastle
Modern British |
Seats up to 40 |
£60+ per person

21 restaurant at Trinity Gardens in Newcastle upon Tyne’s vibrant Quayside district has a private dining room seating up 40 guests.

Six Restaurant – Gateshead
Modern British |
Seats up to 40 |
£40+ per person

The two private dining rooms at Six Restaurant at Gateshead Quays in Newcastle-upon-Tyne can respectively accommodate up to 24 and 40 seated guests.

Hotel du Vin & Bistro – Newcastle
French |
Seats up to 22 |
£19+ per person

The two private dining rooms at Hotel du Vin & Bistro in Newcastle upon Tyne can respectively seat 12 and 22 dining guests.

Malmaison – Newcastle
Modern European |
Seats up to 60 |
£35+ per person

The private dining rooms in Newcastle’s Quayside are, depending on which room you choose, each able to seat between 10 to 30 seated guests.