A look at some of South Tyneside's hidden gems and little-known facts

16 of South Tyneside's best-kept secrets that even many people who live here have been missing out on

There are some things everyone from South Tyneside has done - and there are others that everyone from our borough should have done, but probably hasn't.

Here we look at some of South Tyneside's hidden gems, well-kept secrets and little-known facts which everyone from the borough should experience.

It may look a little anonymous from the outside, but this little cafe gets rave reviews for its outstanding food and service.

5. Cafe at the House, Trinity House

It may look a little anonymous from the outside, but this little cafe gets rave reviews for its outstanding food and service.
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"Hebburn has a marina?" is the response some give when you mention this great little riverside spot, which leads on to the Keelman's Way- a riverside trail which goes all the way up to Wylam.

6. Hebburn Marina and Keelman's Way

"Hebburn has a marina?" is the response some give when you mention this great little riverside spot, which leads on to the Keelman's Way- a riverside trail which goes all the way up to Wylam.
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Everyone knows Cleadon Hills, but this special piece of parkland - seen here in the snow in yesteryear - is a special place to visit.

7. The Dell and Cleadon Park

Everyone knows Cleadon Hills, but this special piece of parkland - seen here in the snow in yesteryear - is a special place to visit.
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Named after one of South Shields' famous historical figures, the pub may seem a little nondescript and out-of-the-way from the outside, but inside it has great atmosphere and even betterr beers.

8. The Dolly Peel

Named after one of South Shields' famous historical figures, the pub may seem a little nondescript and out-of-the-way from the outside, but inside it has great atmosphere and even betterr beers.
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