About The Beaches
3 Bedroom Luxury Holiday House with Sea Views and Special Stargazing Room near AmbleEscape for a truly luxurious break to the Beaches along the stunning Northumbria coast. Part of a select 3 home holiday development, this stylish holiday home with its superb coastal setting, lives up to its name. With stunning views of the sea and a local beach close at hand, combined with modern, luxurious and comfortable styling, this is a fabulous place to get away from it all. The naturally beautiful surroundings and location right on the Amble Dunes means it won’t take long for you and your guests to fully relax and unwind.
The Beaches even features a ‘Stargazing’ room; complete with an amazing domed lantern roof, where you can make the most of the dark, clear Northumberland skies! The home is luxuriously furnished and decorated in coastal colours to enhance the feeling of calm throughout.
Inside this 3 Bedroom Coastal Holiday Home near Amble
• Open plan kitchen diner and lounge area with patio doors leading out to a balcony with outdoor seating and dining area that enjoys fabulous views out to sea. The balcony is glass edged so the coastal views are absolutely superb.
• Sleek fully fitted well equipped kitchen with quality appliances.
• 3 double bedrooms (one of which has zip and link beds so can be arranged as either twin beds or a super king bed to suit your requirements).
• One of the bedrooms is an architect designed round room with a stunning 6’6” round bed!
• Two of the bedrooms feature ensuite facilities, including luxurious rainfall showers,
Outside, on the ground floor is a lovely sheltered patio area with outdoor seating and dining area, and there is also the aforementioned stunning south facing balcony with additional beautiful seating area for you to enjoy.
Sleeping 6, this is a lovely place for a family or a group of friends to take time out and relax together. The Beaches, as the name suggests, is so close to the beach that in just a few steps you’ll be exploring the rocky outcrops, coastal walks and local wildlife of the Amble Dunes where your holiday home is located.
Discover some of the best of Northumberland on a Luxury Cottage BreakThe local seaside town of Amble, a short walk away, offers plenty of entertainment including its bustling harbour, and many shops, pubs and eateries for you to discover. The RSPB nature reserve, Coquet Island, is just a mile offshore and you can take a trip out there to spot colourful Puffins. This part of Northumberland is well known for its historic castles with Warkwork, Alnwick, and the famous Bamburgh Castle all within easy distance for day out. Also just waiting to be explored are stunning sandy beaches too, not too far away.
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Amble-by-the-sea & Amble Marina is a picturesque fishing village in the North of England. Host to more than 250 berths, the marina sees frequent movement as home to fishing vessels, yachts, and more. Visitors from all over the world dock their boats to enjoy the unique atmosphere. At the end of a productive day, they revel in the serene waters striding along the coast. Should you have interests in fishing, sea life, or are a boating enthusiast, the day’s activities will provide everything you require. Local restaurants, shops, and yacht clubs don the marina to indulge in the best the North has to offer. Amble itself is situated in the heart of historic Northumberland a superb location to explore all the area has to offer.
Warkworth Castle, Coquet Island, Hauxley Nature Reserve, Whitehouse Sands beach, Little shores beach, Amble Marina Bamburgh Castle, Alnwick Castle & Gardens, Amble Sunday Market, Hawksley Beach, Dunstanburgh Castle, Druridge bay, Holy Island & Lindisfarne keep. Puffin cruses, Kayaking around Coquet Island, Fishing, sailing. Hadrian's wall, vindolanda, Beamish museum
Recommended Places to Visit: Warkworth Village & Castle Amble Marina & Yacht Club Amble Harbour & paddlers park Alnwick Castle & Gardens Puffin cruses & trip around Coquet Island Bamburgh Village, Beach & Castle Alnwick Town Hadrian's Wall Vindolanda The Cheviot Hills Beamish Museum Craster & Dunstanburgh Castle Hauxley Nature Reserve The petrified forest on the walk to Hauxley Beach
Annual Events: The Amble Puffin festival - Usually March - 2022 date to be confirmed. Amble Sunday market - held every Sunday 9am-2pm Please google events in Amble as there are too many to mention here:- Link not allowed
Recommended Places to Eat Out: Sea & Soil, Amble The Old Boat House, Amble The Old store House, Amble The running Fox, Felton, Morpeth The potted lobster, Bamburgh The Jolly fisherman Inn, Craster
Local Sports: Kayaking, windsurfing, yachting, boat trips, walking,