House Sitting in Newcastle Upon Tyne

house sitting in NewcastleNewcastle Upon Tyne has a long history of industrial trade and ship building and is also known as the best place in the north east of the UK to party, have fun and get great deals on shopping – something most house sitters enjoy. Traced back to Roman times, the city still bears reminders of what it once was and fragments of a Roman wall called Hadrian’s wall can still be seen in parts of the town. The wall was originally 73 miles long and was built to stop the marauding pict tribes in the 2nd century AD. Sitting on the River Tyne, Newcastle has many wonderful examples of architecture and modern buildings that house a variety of businesses and amenities.

Well known for being a multicultural and friendly city, Newcastle Upon Tyne is home to The Great North Run, which is the second largest half marathon in the world and attended by thousands of people each year. Also home of the Newcastle United Football team and widely known Newcastle Brown Ale, which has been brewed since 1927 and is sold across the world. If you plan to eat out in Newcastle then you certainly won’t be spoilt for choice, with a wide array of foods offered and every taste catered for, from award winning restaurants to traditional British pub grub and much more. Continue reading “House Sitting in Newcastle Upon Tyne”

House Sitters Discover the Magic of Historical York

Look for house sitting opportunities in Historical YorkWhen you choose to housesit in York you’ll be totally spoilt for choice when it comes to sightseeing. Yorkshire is not only the largest county in England but it has stunning scenery, a fascinating history, vibrant cities and quaint villages galore and is home to the ancient walled city of York, the traditional county town of Yorkshire. A compact city with a history that stretches right back to Roman times, it’s a fascinating and diverse place to spend some time. And even if you’re not a history buff, by House Sitting in York you’re in an ideal location to explore beautiful countryside, shop at some of the country’s most exclusive shops outside of London or even go on a daytrip to the seaside.

Known for its magnificent cathedral, quaint cobbled streets, amazing architecture and a wealth of visitor attractions York will definitely keep you entertained, no matter how long you choose to stay. With literally hundreds of museums, historic buildings, shops, restaurants and bars within its walls you’ll never be short of things to do. Continue reading “House Sitters Discover the Magic of Historical York”