Cottages in Amble and Warkworth

The coastal village of Amble, in Northumberland, is one of the region's most exciting up-and-coming holiday destinations. We have a diverse selection of holiday cottages in the area of Amble and Warkworth, available to book now. Our self-catering homes range from two to eight guests, with many being dog-friendly and some even allowing two or more pets, making them the ideal place for dog walkers, for whom Northumberland is always a popular port of call.  

Amble, rather sweetly, has been known for centuries as the “friendliest port” and this welcoming feeling is reflected in our warm and congenial cottages. Many of our properties in the Amble and Warkworth area boast a gorgeous sea view. Whether that’s from the terrace of a modern apartment, or the garden of an old stone cottage, our Amble and Warkworth cottages provide you with vistas of the Northumberland coast that are simply unmatched.  

All our properties here are in fantastic locations for exploring this part of the world. Northumberland is always popular with nature-lovers, due to its magnificent coastline, but Amble and Warkworth have great access to some exciting wildlife encounters. Coquet Island, about 1.2km from Amble, is an RSPB bird reserve and is home to a variety of birds, including roseate terns, eider ducks, oystercatchers, and puffins. The puffin colony are Amble’s ‘local celebrities’ and are celebrated every year at the Amble Puffin Festival. This is usually held in May when the Puffin colony is the most active. The boat tours that take you out to Coquet Island are even called Puffin Cruise tours, clarifying exactly what Amble’s main attraction is.  

Warkworth Island is almost entirely surrounded by a loop of the River Coquet and is a great place to try our water sports such as paddle boarding or to enjoy a peaceful riverside walk. Warkworth beach is around one mile away from the centre of the village and is a golden sandy beach perfect for sunbathing, paddling, playing games with the family, and relaxing whilst taking in the view of Warkworth castle (just one of many in Northumberland). Parking is free at Warkworth beach too - so there’s no reason not to visit! 

The Amble and Warkworth area is full of hidden gems that will complete your daily itinerary perfectly. From the local seafood and independent shopping pods in Amble Harbour village to Bertram’s cake shop in Warkworth, the area is fit to burst with activity. There’s delicious food, and airy beer gardens, including the local’s favourite The Mason Arms. Amble and Warkworth are truly special and is within a good distance of all of Northumberland’s attractions, more of which you can read about here



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