Self Catering near Amble
Rosewood (< 1 Mile)*
Rosewood is a 2-bedroom end terrace stone cottage that has recently been refurbished to a very high standard. The accommodation comprises: Kitchen with dishwasher, washer-dryer, firdge-freezer, oven, microwave, kettle, toaster and coffee machine.
Coras (< 1 Mile)*
This stone built house is just a few minutes walk from the centre of Amble with its beach, marina, fishing harbour and popular Sunday quayside market. Amble is situated on the Northumberland Heritage Coast.
Coquet Cottage (< 1 Mile)*
Coquet Cottage is a traditional stone built terraced house located minutes away from Queen Street host to a mixture of shops, pubs, cafes, banks etc. At the far end of Queen Street is the new Town Square and Visitors Centre.
The Sheiling (< 1 Mile)*
The Sheiling is a comfortable two bedroomed house with fantastic views of the Northumbrian coastline. It is situated on a quiet road in Amble overlooking the promenade and Little Shore, and is close to all local amenities.
Sunny Cottage (1 Mile)*
An immaculate 19th century cottage in a surprisingly quiet and private location, just a couple of minutes walk to the pubs, cafes, gift shops and galleries in the centre of the village. The pretty river bank is just yards away.
Lane End Cottage (2 Miles)*
This immaculate 19th century cottage is located in the heart of the picturesque and historic village of Warkworth, just a minutes walk to the good range of pubs, cafes, gift shops and galleries and centrally placed for touring Northumberland.
The Willows (3 Miles)*
The Willows just a walk away from the Northumberland coast and within easy reach of the many attractions of this beautiful region. Our modern spacious rooms are all on the ground floor, with 4 bedrooms.
The Summerhouse (5 Miles)*
Extremely comfortable studio cottage in contemporary sea-side style suitable for couples, plus a dog. Set in quiet rural hamlet with panoramic views over open countryside. One mile to beaches and main village of Alnmouth
Close Cottage (5 Miles)*
Situated in the pretty village of Lesbury, 1 mile from the coast and close to the market town of Alnwick, we have our beautiful 18th Century cottage. The cottage has been refurbished to an exceptionally high standard.
Jasmine Cottage (5 Miles)*
This charming Cottage was built in 1912 as one of the Duke of Northumberland cottages and is to be found in the delightful village of Lesbury. Perfectly situated for exploring this beautiful area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Botanical Holiday Cottages (5 Miles)*
Hello. Botanical holiday cottages is a family run business and our name comes from our passion of all things botanical. The idea? Holiday rentals in Northumberland that feel like a home from home.
Riverside Cottage (5 Miles)*
Riverside Cottage is a period, character self catering holiday property overlooking the River Coquet. Built by the Duke of Northumberland at the turn of the century.
Bank Top Cottage (7 Miles)*
Rebuilt stone-by-stone from a 17th Century stable, Fisherman’s cottage and a storehouse during the summer of 2010, Bank Top Cottage offers you a luxury self-catering holiday cottage with a million dollar view of the Northumberland Coast.
Coast Cottage (7 Miles)*
Coast cottage sits in approx quarter acre of pretty enclosed garden opposite the church and vicarage in the Northumbrian coastal village of Longhoughton, which lies 5 miles east of Alnwick.
The Hotspur (7 Miles)*
The Hotspur luxury apartment is on the second floor of the hotspur building. On the third floor is a belvedere (turret) where one can enjoy views over AInwick and the castle in the distance - an ideal getaway for a quiet game of cards.
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