Eco House in Amble, Alnwick, Northumberland, England - Outskirts Of The Harbour Town Of Amble
About Sally Roberts
I live in Durham in the North East Of England, with my husband and two teenage children. We fell in love with the location and the design and feel of the house the moment we walked through the door. We use the house whenever we can, but with two sociable teenagers this time is limited. We are happy to share the house and the experience of staying there with others.
Sally Roberts purchased this House in 2013
Why Sally Roberts chose Morpeth
The main reason for buying the property was it's unique and unusual design and style. We loved the location of the property with it's views looking out towards Amble Marina. We never tire of watching the ever changing skies from the 2nd floor living area. The house has a wonderful feel to it, it is light and spacious with expansive windows. We feel instantly relaxed when we arrive there. We bought the house with the view to exploring Northumberland, but we have found that we rarely go far from the house and Amble, as we love it so much. Northumberland is a place of raw beauty and there is much to explore from the house should you want to. Friends and family who have stayed with us, share our enthusiasm and never want to leave.
What makes this House unique
Amble has a thriving high street, with two small supermarkets, a greengrocers, 2 butchers a bakery and much more. There are numerous restaurants to hand, including a wonderful seafood restaurant on the harbour, an Indian and Italian restaurant and of course great fish and chip shops. A cafe serving super coffee and award winning ice cream is a short stroll away. There are bike rides from the door. Beautiful beaches can be easily reached by bike or car. The town of Alnwick, famous for it's wonderful gardens is 8 miles away. Alnmouth station is 5 miles away with free parking, it has direct links to London and Edinburgh. Trains to Newcastle run regularly and take less than 30 minutes. Amble is described as "The friendliest port" and has a thriving fishing harbour, marina and yacht club.
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Brilliant house, great area.
The moment we stepped in the hall of this house we knew we had made a good choice. The Kitchen diner was an excellent room with two settees for those not preparing food to stay in contact with those who were. The bedrooms were large, the beds very comfy. Decor throughout the house was beautiful and interesting. The top floor lounge was well set out with great views from both windows. The house contained everything we needed, and a comprehensive booklet gave us full info on the local area. Arrangements were clear and straightforward.
Great location house was everything i had hoped for and more
Great property everything i needed the facilities in the house were excellent i would certainly return to this property and the views from the upstairs lounge were amazing if i had to say something negative for myself it would be the stairs to the top lounge but when you get there its worth it lovely and clean property and a few extras upon arrival
We had a great holiday, and will definitely return!
We had a great holiday and will definitely return. It was great for our family. The owners were very friendly and easily contactable.
Beautiful inside and out
From check-in to departure, this is the ideal place to be. Plenty of space for everyone, a fully-equipped kitchen, comfy sitting areas, and more amenities than we have at home. Our hosts were very helpful for our (one or two) questions and provided a comprehensive guide to the property. I loved having this home base to visit the castles, beaches and historical sites in Northumbria. Did I mention it’s within easy walking distance of some great shopping and restaurants?
Holiday with friends
Lovely house in great location. Clean and well equipped.
We had quick,friendly responses to a couple of queries.
We would lover to go back!
This is a very luxurious and contemporary eco house that’s has everything you need for a wonderful holiday in Amble. The setting is idyllic overlooking the marina and the countryside. It is very homely and Sally provided us with lovely food hamper which included a bottle of Prosecco and some beers - 😋� delicious. There are enough magazines and books and videos to keep you happy forever, if you wish to stay in, but the local area and beyond is so interesting and beautiful it’s a shame not to explore it. We shall certainly be recommending this holiday home to all our friends and family.
Within easy reach of the property by car, bike or by foot for the fitter folk, are the beaches of Low Hauxley, Druridge Bay and Warkworth. A little further (6 miles) is the beautiful village of Alnmouth, with it's vast white sandy beaches and quaint shops, cafes and restaurants. Along the coast is Beadnell, Seahouses and of course Bamburgh, with it's majestic castle and amazing beaches.
Alnmouth station 5 miles away with free parking. Direct links to London, Newcastle and Edinburgh
Newcastle International Airport 30 miles.
Northumberland has a huge range of activities to offer, catering for most interests. In the local area, sailing, walking, cycling, bird watching, fishing, painting, surfing and golfing, to name a few.
Amble high street has everything you could possibly want. A well stocked tesco express and co-op as well as green grocers, 2 butchers, 2 bakeries and a fish monger. There is a bank, post office, chemist and tourist information office. There are really lovely cafes including the Coquet Tea Rooms and Spurreli's within walking distance. There is even a DVD rental shop. There is a market every Sunday on Amble Habour.
Within a few hundred yards of the house is 'The Marina' Artique centre. This newly opened venture has a great range of art, crafts and antiques, as well as a lovely cafe.