Explore Amble Links & further afield

Explore Amble Links & further afield

The beauty of the Northumberland coastline is hard to match, and the best way to see it first hand, is on foot. Whether you want to walk along the coastline with the waves tickling your toes whilst children make sand castles, or sit on the dunes with a bottle of something fizzy there’s something at Amble to suit every taste.

But Amble isn't all there is to offer. Owning your own holiday home at Amble Links gives you a base to explore the whole of Northumberland. The border county, littered with historic attractions, castles and breath-taking scenery as well as an intriguing and dramatic history, mean Northumberland will never leave you with nothing to do. 

Local Area

Owning a holiday home at Amble Links gives you a base to explore the whole of Northumberland. The border county littered with historic attractions, castles and breath-taking scenery as well as an intriguing and dramatic history.

Alnwick CastleNorthumberland

Alnwick Castle

Home to the Duke and Duchess of Northumberland, Alnwick Castle is one of the largest inhabited castles in England and known as The Windsor of the North. You may recognise it from its recent starring role as Hogwarts in the Harry Potter films.

Local Attractions
AmbleNorthumberland

Amble

The quaint little fishing town of Amble is just 10 minutes away from the park, where you can partake in water-sports and fishing, or just enjoy the local cafés and restaurants.

Local Attractions
Bamburgh CastleNorthumberland

Bamburgh Castle

Dive into the history of Bamburgh Castle, the Royal Seat of the Kings of Northumbria since 1894.

Local Attractions
Coquet IslandNorthumberland

Coquet Island

Lying just a mile from Amble’s coastline is the mystical Coquet Island home to over 35,000 seabirds who cram onto this tiny island to nest during the summer months. Whilst you can’t land on the island, you can get tantalisingly close on a boat trip around its shoreline to see the distinctive 80ft white lighthouse.

Outdoor Activities
Hauxley Nature ReserveNorthumberland

Hauxley Nature Reserve

The reserve is part of the former Radcliffe open cast coal mine, which was landscaped to produce a lake with islands. The reception hide was burned down in 2010 but we are currently working on designing and building a new visitor centre in its place. Home to much wildlife it’s a great day out for the whole family.

Outdoor Activities
Lindisfarne Holy IslandNorthumberland

Lindisfarne Holy Island

Travel into another realm by visiting this picturesque island, which is cut off twice daily from the rest of the world by fast moving tides. It boasts a wealth of scenery and history with the impressive Lindisfarne Castle and evocative ruins of Lindisfarne Priory.

Local Attractions
Newcastle City CentreNorthumberland

Newcastle City Centre

Just a 40-minute drive from the exciting Newcastle City Centre – you can indulge all of your city needs, whether it’s a day of shopping or a fun night on the town.

Local Attractions
Northside Surf SchoolNorthumberland

Northside Surf School

Northside Surf School is based in Amble right on the stunning Northeast coast, offering beach surf lessons to young and old. Operating 7 days a week, 12 months of the year, catering for all needs and ages – they even have exclusive access to a private beach!

Outdoor Activities
St. Oswald’s WayNorthumberland

St. Oswald’s Way

St Oswald’s Way is a 97 mile long trail between Holy Island and Heavenfield divided up into six sections, making your route easier to plan. Ranging from coastline beauty in the east to rolling hills in the west, you are taken through some of the best landscapes Northumberland has to offer.

Outdoor Activities
The Old BoathouseNorthumberland

The Old Boathouse

Perched almost precariously on the harbour at Amble The Old Boat House is a small seafood restaurant which prides itself on some of the freshest and simply cooked seafood in the area. The exterior and the décor might not be up to much, but if you’re a fish lover this is hailed as one of the best places to visit in Amble.

Food and Drink
The Old PostofficeNorthumberland

The Old Postoffice

Warkworth Old Post Office Bistro sits in a superb location at the heart of the pretty medieval Northumbrian village of Warkworth, with its 12th century castle, galleries, gift shops, patisserie and pubs. Their passion is good food and you can enjoy breakfasts using high quality local produce. Northumbrian griddle cakes are also very popular!

Food and Drink
Wellwood ArmsNorthumberland

Wellwood Arms

If you just fancy a leisurely afternoon, why not visit Wellwood Arms in Amble and treat yourself to some local ales or a refreshing glass of wine and a delicious plate of traditional English cuisine.

Food and Drink
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