List grade: 2
Tyne & Wear HER: 8706
Post code: NE4 6NU
Grid ref: NZ2350464299

Ryokan Hotel, Westgate Road


The Ryokan Hotel is located on Westgate Road in the centre of Newcastle. The building was originally built as two houses in c.1840. For many years the building was the Balmoral public house. When it was converted for use as a hotel, the building had a substantial extension on it's north side. This is a Grade II listed building.

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Derelict Pub

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061740:Balmoral Westgate Road Maybury Malcolm 1995

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030372:Balmoral Westgate Road 1966

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016594:Balmoral Westgate Road Unknown c. 1965

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Tyne and Wear HER(8706): Newcastle, Westgate Road, No. 358, The Balmoral Public House
- "No. 358 (The Balmoral Public House) G.V. II 2 houses, now public house. Circa 1840. Sandstone ashlar and pecked stone; Welsh slate roof. 2 builds. Left part: basement and ...

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THE BALMORAL PUBLIC HOUSE - Westgate Road - Newcastle - List Entry
- "No. 358 (The Balmoral Public House) G.V. II 2 houses, now public house. Circa 1840. Sandstone ashlar and pecked stone; Welsh slate roof. 2 builds. Left part: basement and ...

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The Ryokan Hotel, Westgate Road, NE4 (2)

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Ryokan Hotel

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Westgate Road, NE4

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