A traditional terraced cottage, centrally located in the delightful fishing port of Amble.
This charming cottage has been lovingly refurbished with great attention to detail and style and now offers all the comforts for couples or a small family wishing to discover the glorious heritage coastline.
The ground floor has a spacious and airy open plan sitting room with a dining area, as well as two sumptuous sofas and a warming gas fire.
There is a well-equipped fitted kitchen with everything required to rustle up a gourmet Northumberland supper.
The staircase leads you to three lovely bedrooms, with one of the beds having a handy zip/link facility, meaning this will appeal to different party sizes.
There is also a family bathroom with a bath and an electric shower.
The bustling town centre of Amble is just a five minute stroll away and offers an array of pubs, restaurants and takeaways all serving good food and beverages.
Amble is situated on the River Coquet estuary at the southern gateway to the Northumberland AONB.
There is also an attractive marina and a lively working harbour from where you can take a boat trip to the nearby RSPB bird sanctuary of Coquet Island during summer months.
A short drive north will take you to the beautiful villages of Warkworth, Alnmouth and Craster.
You can also explore Northumberland's county town of Alnwick with its impressive castle, enchanting tree house and extensive gardens.
With so many delightful destinations on your doorstep, this cottage is perfect for touring Northumberland.
Three bedrooms: 1 x super king-size double (zip/link, can be twin on request), 1 x king-size double, 1 x double. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen. Sitting room with dining area and gas fire.
About the location
Warkworth 1 mile; Alnmouth 4 miles.
The bustling little seaport of Amble is situated at the mouth of the River Coquet and is an ideal place for exploring Northumberland. Historically a centre for boatbuilding, Amble offers a marina, a harbour, sandy beaches and coastal walks to the bird sanctuary at Hauxley and country park at Druridge Bay. Large fishing boats moor along the harbour wall and land a variety of fish, prawns, crabs and lobsters. There is a fish centre on the side of the harbour that is now primarily a shell fish hatchery to re-stock levels of lobster and other shell fish, this sells local fish and is open to the public. A mile south of Amble is Coquet Island, an RSPB reserve with a large population of terns, puffins and eider ducks and boat trips around the island can be arranged. The pretty coastal villages of Alnmouth and Craster and numerous superb beaches are only a short drive away, whilst picturesque Warkworth with its castle, charming Alnwick with its castle and award-winning gardens, and the National Trust’s Wallington Hall and Cragside are all within easy reach.