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Coquet Cottage

Amble-by-the-Sea, Northumberland

  • Coquet Cottage
  • Coquet Cottage
  • Coquet Cottage
  • Coquet Cottage
  • Coquet Cottage
  • Coquet Cottage
  • Coquet Cottage
  • Coquet Cottage

The Property

A lovely, traditional, mid-terrace cottage situated in a residential area close to the centre of Amble, known locally as 'the friendliest port'. Furnished to a high standard throughout, Coquet Cottage offers warm and comfortable, well-equipped accommodation. The property boasts a cosy sitting room with gas fire, a dining room with dining table and a decorative original solid fuel range, and outside, there is a small patio area with garden furniture and BBQ, ideal for sitting and eating out. Just a 5 minute walk from one of the area's most popular harbours and marinas, Coquet Cottage makes an ideal base from which to explore Northumberland's beautiful Heritage Coast, countryside and castles. Discover the pretty coastal villages of Alnmouth and Craster, visit picturesque Warkworth just a mile away, or take in Alnwick Castle and its impressive garden, just a 15 minute enviable drive along unspoilt, scenic roads. An ideal base for a relaxing, enjoyable holiday.


Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size double with TV, 1 x twin, 1 x single. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Ground floor bathroom with bath, hand-held shower, basin and WC. Small, well-equipped fitted kitchen. Dining room. Spacious sitting room with gas fire.


Gas central heating with gas fire in sitting room. Combination microwave/grill/fan oven, fridge, washer/dryer, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD, CD player/cassette/radio. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Roadside parking for two cars. Small rear patio area with garden furniture and BBQ. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shops and pubs 2 mins walk.

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Cottage features

  • Smoke-free
  • Garden / Patio
  • Pub/shop < 1 mile
  • Washing machine
  • Dishwasher
  • Seaside

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 - the daily catch can be bought at a fish shop in the harbour. 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 Trustís Wallington Hall and Cragside are all within easy reach.

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Sat 26 Apr — Sat 03 May (7 nights)
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All prices above are inclusive of the booking fee.

Convenient situation for restaurants, take-outs, shops, beautiful vistas, castles, harbours, beaches, quaint villages, pubs, farms - an artist's paradise! Did lots of paintings!

Mrs Clarke, Blackpool, October 2013

We enjoyed the actual town of Amble and the cottage was handy for the town. It was also a very quiet relaxing holiday for us which was exactly what we were looking for.

Miss Gillespie, Glasgow, February 2013

The bed was the most comfortable bed the wife has ever slept in. The house was convenient for all amenities. Comfy living room with lovely fire, would recommend to anyone.

Mr Nappi, Woodbridge, September 2012

It did not take too long to get there and we could get all over Northumberland easily by car or public transport. Amble is very picturesque and an ideal base from which to explore.

Mr & Mrs Clibbens, Leeds, September 2012

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