From castles and fabulous gardens to shops and restaurants, Amble has something for everyone. Surrounded by beautiful beaches and breathtaking landscapes, Amble is the perfect destination for those who want to explore everything that the delightful region of Northumberland has to offer. The town boasts nearly 80 miles of North Sea coastline. The story of this small working fishing port dates back to the early days of Northumberland's history and nowadays this small town is Northumberland's most important fishing centre.
This small town was built upon a peninsula, offering scenic views of the surrounding coastline. Tourism is an important part of the town's economy, and Amble features over 150 tourist attractions, ranging from gardens and museums to castles, parks, churches, grand stately homes and many good shops and restaurants to cater for every taste, as well as a caravan park. Tourists who are looking for Amble holiday rentals can choose from several different comfortable and cosy guest houses and villas located on the Northumberland coast. If you are planning on visiting Northumberland, then Amble cottage rentals is the perfect point to start at. You can rent a charming apartment with bright, spacious accommodation, a terraced cottage, or a fabulous holiday home furnished in a modern style. Those who are looking for the finest Amble holiday rentals have plenty of options to choose from. Some properties are near the beach and feature a small patio area, balcony and parking space.
Amble Holiday Homes - countryside, coastlines and sporting fun
Amble is a fantastic destination for watersports enthusiasts. Whether you love sailing, windsurfing, kayaking, or raft building, you should visit the Coquet Shorebase Trust, a community based watersports centre located in this small town. Journeys between the shore and Coquet Island are the best way to get up close to the wildlife. Those who are passionate about culture and history can visit the numerous castles and historic buildings located near Amble. Northumberland has more castles than any other region in England. Tourists can visit the Warkworth Castle, the Alnwick Castle, the Warkworth Harbour, and the Northumberland Seabird Centre. Warkworth Castle was built in the 12th century. This magnificent cross-shaped building is considered to be a masterpiece of medieval English architecture.
If you are planning a fun family day out in the region, visit The Alnwick Garden. The complex features beautifully landscaped gardens built around a central water cascade. Described as Europe's most ambitious new garden, this architectural masterpiece features many interesting planting styles and water sculptures. The garden is also home to the infamous Poison Garden and the Bamboo Labyrinth. Looking for a holiday a little further afield? We recommend the magical Belgium Holiday Homes.