Travel to Amble-by-the-Sea by road
From the North or South, choose the A1. Around 20 miles north of Newcastle, you’ll see the signs to turn off for Amble just a few miles distant.
From the North, watch for signs as you reach Alnwick. Alternatively, from the South, you can use the Tyne Tunnel by travelling the A19.
This then links up with the A1 North of the river. Travelling from the West, the A69 cuts across the landscape past Hexham and Hadrian’s Wall, before also reaching the A1.
You can always gain more details by using AA Route Planner.
Travel to Amble-by-the-Sea by train
Alnmouth is the local station, just a short taxi journey along the coast from Amble. This is a busy country station, with many tourists heading for the famous Alnwick Castle and Gardens arriving here. It is a mainline stopping point for both East Coast and Cross Country trains.
It’s a journey of just over an hour from Edinburgh and around three-and-a-half from London. Taking the former is a scenic glory, along the Firth of Forth, past soaring border cliffs, beautiful Berwick-On-Tweed, and then passing close to the legendary isle of Lindisfarne. Ticket and travel information is available from nationalrail.co.uk.
Travel to Amble-by-the-Sea by plane
Newcastle International Airport is about a 40-minute taxi ride away from Amble; or a Metro train to the Central Station can see you link up with the rail options already mentioned. You’ll find all the information you need at newcastleairport.com.