Northumberland The border county
Our Park In Northumberland
From its rugged, dramatic coastline overlooking the North Sea, to its fells and moors Northumberland’s wild, untamed beauty attracts and entices many visitors. The northernmost county in England, Northumberland holds borders with Scotland, Tyne and Wear, County Durham and Cumbria, and is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
With an abundance of things to do and see from visiting one of the county’s many castles or historical buildings to a trip to The Cheviot Hills or its ever changing coast, the variety of activities is endless. Northumberland is famous for its incredible heritage with many of its traditions not found anywhere else in England, such as The Rapper Sword Dance, The Clog Dance and the famous Boarder Ballads.
Once you’ve visited it’s unlikely you’ll want to leave, making owning a holiday home at Amble the perfect base to explore the ancient, mystical county.
Northumberland has some of the most stunning scenery in the UK and there are many ways you can see it. From surfing and sailing to cycling and horse riding there is plenty to do around Amble, and if it's bad weather you can always head to Amble Leisure for a dip in the swimming pool.
Amble is becoming known as the place to visit on the Northumberland coast to visit for good food. With an array of eateries and cafes dotted throughout this old fishing village you can find something for every palate. Discover quality food, with an emphasis on local produce, creativity and transforming traditional delicacies into modern dishes.