Self-catering holiday accommodation in Amble
Locally known as “the friendliest port”, Amble sits right on the harbour front and is home to an award-winning marina - as well as a Sunday market packed with excellent local bargains. Ideal for a tranquil seaside experience, this Northumbrian village caters to all tastes.
Our guide to holidays in Amble features everything from the UK’s only Puffin Festival to the village’s number of reputable local restaurants - so that families, friends and even four-legged pals can have a holiday they’ll never forget.
Amble Angling Centre gives fishing enthusiasts an opportunity to take advantage of this prime coastal location and cast their nets into Amble’s waters. Thanks to a well-stocked angling store and fishing trips organised by the experts, this local angling centre is an essential part of any Northumbrian fishing holiday.
Water sports are one of Amble’s greatest draws, thanks to its ideal situation and diverse range of activities. From canoeing and kayaking to sailing and powerboating, water sports training sessions are available close to the harbour - and in Amble’s Coquet Enterprise Park, you’ll find North East Kayaks and Paddles: Northumberland’s one and only kayak and canoe shop.
Wildlife can be found in abundance at Amble, which is home to Britain’s one and only Puffin Festival! Coquet Island’s bird colony comprises 36,000 vibrant nesting birds - and by taking a Puffin Cruise from Amble harbour, you can get a first-hand glimpse of this RSPB seabird sanctuary.
With a range of cottages scattered throughout this area of Northumberland, including in nearby villages like Warkworth, finding a Northumberland cottage that’s perfect for your stay couldn’t be easier. Whether you’re looking for easy access to Amble’s vibrant high street, or a warm welcome for you and your dog, there’s a wide selection of self-catering accommodation nestled in this Northumberland hotspot.