BAY VIEW & SHORE VIEW
3 bedrooms (sleeps 6). Non-smokers. 1 small dog. Linen. Gas CH. Sea Views. Beach - few metres. FRIDAY-FRIDAY (weekend rates available).
'SHORE VIEW' - This is the property next door to Bay View and is an exact mirror image and has been completely refurbished.
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This outstanding property has just been completely renovated from top to toe and has fabulous views over the harbour mouth and out to sea. All furnishings and fittings are comptemporary and of a high standard and the property makes a perfert seaside base on this central part of the Northumberland Heritage Coast.
The property is situated on the beach in the small town of Amble with its modern Marina within walking distance of all local amenities
With two Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, one of the country's first National Parks, England's largest World Heritage Site and more castles and fortified buildings than any other county in England, Northumberland is packed with places to visit and things to do.
Northumberland is home to unspoilt, almost deserted beaches of mile upon mile of soft golden sands, punctuated by ancient castles andfortifications. This is a landscape which resonates with drama, history and intrigue, much of it designated an Area of Outstanding Natural
The beautiful beaches at Cresswell, Newbiggin-by-the-Sea and Druridge Bay, home to rare birdlife which typifies the richness of wildlife along the waters and sands of the spectacular coastline. Seaton Sluice is the southern most village on the Northumberland coast, with a fascinating harbour steeped in history.
Experience the awe-inspiring atmosphere of the unique Bamburgh Beach, with Bamburgh Castle perched majestically on the dunes, commanding spectacular views of the Farne Islands, 7th century retreat of St Cuthbert and home today to thousands of grey seals and nesting sea birds. Stroll along the expansive sands of Beadnell Bay or Embleton Bay, with Dunstanburgh Castle towering dramatically over the golden beach, often with barely another soul in sight. Wander along the cliff tops to Craster, typical of the pretty Fishing Villages that pepper the Northumberland Coast and famous for its excellent kippers. Further south, tee-off at Alnmouth Golf Course, one of England's oldest, located next to the picturesque village, right on the beach.
It's easy to explore this stunning landscape. Follow the brown 'castle and waves' signs by car from Druridge Bay to Belford or get on your bike - the Coast and Castle Long Distance Cycle Way and quiet country lanes that weave along the coast are ideal for exploring at a slower pace.