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Ambling around Amble

A friendly, scenic port, Amble sits on the River Coquet estuary, on the southern edge of the Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Visitors to this town often fall in love with the new Harbour Village development; made up of a seafood centre, 15 small retail units, and a newly developed harbourfront.

Explore the Northumberland Coast

The Northumberland Coast, a protected Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, is a stunning 40-mile stretch of rugged cliffs, golden beaches, and massive expanses of sand dunes. The Northumberland coast is known for its wildlife, and contains a number of protected wildlife sanctuaries, including part of the National Nature Reserves and the Farne Islands. First-time visitors will find countless breath-taking photo opportunities walking along the coast, from viewpoints such as Druridge Bay and Craster.

Man the battlements of Warkworth Castle and Hermitage

Warkworth Castle is a mighty fortress on the northern edge of Amble, overlooking the river Coquet. Every ancient brick seeps the area's long history as you walk through the halls and rooms occupied by the dukes of Northumberland. A short boat trip up the river, you can also explore the Nearby hermitage, a fascinating religious building carved into a natural rock formation around the year 1400.

Looking for a cheap hotel Near Amble? Travelodge Newcastle Seaton Burn Hotel is just over 30 minutes away by car, as is Travelodge Newcastle Gosforth Hotel.