St Johns

National Rail

St Johns is an area of the United Kingdom ripe with historical and natural beauty. The quaint port city of NewcastleUpon-Tyne sits on St John's banks, ushering in exciting metropolitan opportunities while maintaining a rustic and cosy atmosphere. It’s a fascinating and harmonious collision of the old and the new, of industrial architecture and natural landscapes.

It’s no wonder that many call Newcastle their home – St Johns provides a unique fusion of culture and countryside, and while the city life is enticing there is also ample opportunity to escape to nature. From nearby woodlands to expansive moorland views, there is something to be found for everyone who chooses to explore St Johns. Whether strolling through the city or venturing far outside its limits, the beautifulness of the British countryside can be found with ease.

The beauty of St John's doesn't just come from its countryside – the area is packed with vibrant eateries, quaint pubs and shops, live music venues, and jovial locals. The inclusivity and sense of community makes the area particularly beloved and its many attractions and locations give St Johns a unique character to be explored and experienced. It’s no surprise that it’s become one of the UK’s most beloved areas.

London Stations within 1 hour

  1. 11 mins to Moorgate
  2. 12 mins to London Bridge
  3. 15 mins to Fenchurch Street
  4. 20 mins to Waterloo
  5. 22 mins to Blackfriars
  6. 24 mins to Charing Cross
  7. 25 mins to Farringon
  8. 26 mins to Trafalgar Square
  9. 26 mins to Liverpool Street
  10. 27 mins to Marylebone
  11. 33 mins to Kings Cross / St. Pancras
  12. 35 mins to Victoria
  13. 39 mins to Paddington
  14. 40 mins to Euston


Twitter ->

For any questions or suggestions