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Myrtle House

Amble, Northumberland
Sleeps 4
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 1
Change Sat
Dogs welcome 2
3 star
Downstairs bathroom
Enclosed garden / patio
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Beach within easy reach
Fishing onsite / nearby
Family friendly
Towels included
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At a glance

  • Beautifully furnished home in the heart of Amble
  • Private enclosed courtyard with garden furniture for al fresco meals
  • Cosy lounge with wood burner for relaxing evenings in
  • Close to Amble’s selection of shops, restaurants, cafes and ice cream parlours
  • 1 mile from the village of Warkworth and its historic castle
  • Boat trips to Coquet Island to see the wildlife from Amble’s port
Property code: CN130

This terraced house has been transformed into a charming bolthole in the heart of this coastal town.

Myrtle House is a beautifully furnished holiday home, set in the heart of Amble. Recently renovated, this house offers a living/dining, separate kitchen leading onto a family shower-room. Outside is a lovely private enclosed yard, with outdoor dining for 4 people. Upstairs there are two bedrooms, a double and a twin. This house is an idyllic retreat for couples or small families. The cosy living room is tastefully decorated and has a log burning stove taking centre stage. The living space also doubles up as your dining space with a dining table to seat up to 4 people. The compact kitchen has an electric cooker, small fridge and plenty of storage space for your own supplies too. To the rear of the property is 2 allocated car parking spaces.

Amble is a waterfront town declaring itself as the friendliest port and hugs the River Coquet estuary at the southern gateway to the Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

From Amble’s port, you can take a boat trip to Coquet Island and see the colourful 36,000 bird colony nesting on it. This colony is an RSPB seabird sanctuary just a mile off the coast. It inspired Amble to host the UK’s only puffin festival, which now happens annually from the end of May.

If you are looking to dine out within Amble, there are plenty of places to go. As you would expect from a fishing town, you can enjoy some of the tastiest fish from the local Fish and Chip Shop, or you can visit Zecca an Italian Restaurant that serves traditional Italian food with a modern twist with an emphasis on using locally caught seafood. For a real treat, visit the Old Boat House, which is a rustic bistro with stunning harbour views. There are many other types of cuisine with the village including various pubs restaurants and cafes. If you fancy an ice cream, pop into Spurreli Boutique Ice Cream Parlour where you will be spoilt for choice from their various flavours of locally made ice creams.

Just a mile outside of Amble, is the beautiful village of Warkworth, home of the magnificent Warkworth Castle. Wander around the villages artisan shops and enjoy a cone of homemade ice cream from the nearby Morwick Dairy.

This cottage accepts two small well behaved dogs.

Dogs fees are charged per dog at £20.00 for up to 7 nights, £40.00 for up to 14 nights and an additional £20.00 for every week or part week thereafter.

  • Bedrooms 1 double and 1 twin
  • Bathroom 1 shower room with WC
  • Electric oven and hob, small fridge
  • Wood burner
  • TV in the lounge
  • Central heating and electric included
  • Pubs and shops within walking distance
  • Wi-Fi included
  • 2 small well-behaved dogs welcome
  • Enclosed courtyard garden with furniture
  • Private parking for 2 cars at rear of property
  • Bed linen included

This property is personally managed by Nicola.


From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 4 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Evelyne 6th October 2018

The cottage was in a very lively seaside village. There was a harbour, a sandy beach and lots of good restaurants. The house itself was decorated in vintage style, and we loved the walk-in shower. The kitchen is small but has everything one needs. The bedrooms are large and the bed was very comfortable. The road became very quiet in the evening zo Read morewe slept vet well. will certainly come back one day. Hide

Reviewed by Joanne 24th September 2018

Very clean and well presented property in a good location for access to the harbor and walking distance to Walkworth. On a busy road, so a little noisy, but back yard was pleasant and secure for our dog. Owner left fresh flowers, chocolates, cake and biscuits for us (and treats for the dog) which was lovely.

Reviewed by Simon B 26th October 2017

Lovely cottage. Excellent location. Facilities very good with off street parking. Dogs and children catered for. The Wellwood pub does fab food!

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Note: As the postcode is used to identify the general area of the property, it may not always reflect its precise location, therefore please only use this map as a guide.

If you’re looking for a seaside holiday with a difference, visit Northumberland – a region brimming with beautiful golden, sandy beaches, rolling hills, craggy moorland, bustling market towns and fishing villages, and more castles than in any other county in England.

Situated in the North East of England, this designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty boasts no less than 39 miles of unspoilt coastline to explore and a calendar packed with exhilarating water sports options. To indulge in a spot of surfing, kayaking or powerboating, take a trip to one of the many breath-taking Northumberland beaches - where dogs love a good walk and fresh local seafood is never far away.

Home to the awe-inspiring Cheviot Hills and the historical Hadrian’s Wall, the Northumberland National Park is renowned for its open spaces, award-winning Dark Skies and stunning rural backdrops - and is the least populated national park in Britain. Offering access to challenging hikes, horse-riding, rock-climbing and a multitude of other action-packed activities, the park is one of the region’s greatest draws.

There is a huge range of spectacular wildlife and sea life waiting to be sighted, whether you take a boat ride to the Farne Islands to admire the colony of Atlantic grey seals and puffins, or explore the Kielder Water and Forest Park, home to magnificent ospreys. If it’s history you’re looking for, the imposing Bamburgh Castle and the world-famous Alnwick Castle are undoubtedly worth a visit.

Alternatively, if you’re seeking the bright lights of a city adventure, Newcastle upon Tyne is the place to go. Here, you can experience world-class culture, outstanding attractions, superb shopping, impressive live shows, top entertainers and delicious cuisine in abundance.

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