Vacation rental in Amble - sleeps 6

Guilders Burn Cottage, Amble, Northumberland, NE65 0EN.
Property Reference: UK35720

Bedrooms - 3

Sleeps - 6

Bathrooms - 1

Sorry no pets

Amble
Amble
Amble
Amble Harbour Village
Amble Harbour Village, shopping pods

Excellent overall 4 star standard

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Guilders Burn Cottage 3 bedrooms, sleeps 6

Great for families and friends only a short walk from the harbour near the centre of this friendly little town.

Accommodation details

Ground Floor:
Living room: With gas wood burner and Smart TV.
Kitchen/dining room: With electric oven, electric hob, microwave and fridge/freezer.
Utility room: With tumble dryer and washing machine.
Bathroom: With bath, shower cubicle and toilet.

First Floor:
Bedroom 1: With super kingsize bed.
Bedroom 2: With double bed.
Bedroom 3: With double bed (adjacent to wall).

Gas central heating, electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included.

On-road parking. No smoking.

Extra Amenities

Only a three-minute walk to the harbour dotted with places to eat and a wonderful ice cream parlour Guilders Burn is in a great area to leave your car and stroll out for lunch or evening meal in one of the many places to eat and drink.
Set off the High Street this well-proportioned holiday home is ideal for up to six visitors with a large living room complete with authentic gas wood burner and a large Smart TV whilst spending time relaxing after a day exploring.
Amble has a busy Sunday morning market popular with locals and visitors where you will also find a selection of small shopping pods selling local produce and souvenirs.

The lobster fishery is here, and you can look around at how lobsters are a mainstay of Amble’s fishing industry. Looking to the left from the harbour you can see the estuary to Warkworth and the hilltop castle in the background, you can walk there if you wish around 2 miles. Boat trips can be taken over to Coquet Island and fishing can be enjoyed from the pier stretching out to sea. Enjoy a quirky few hour hiring a beach hut a real treat for the children. Amble has plenty of shops, good supermarkets and amenities so you don’t have to travel far if you want to stay nearby. Those who wish to explore will find Alnwick Castle only 15 minutes away home to the Duke of Northumberland and the set of some scenes on Harry Potter and Downton Abbey.

There are plenty of places north and south of Amble, a favourite is Druridge Bay and Country Park, Newbiggin by the sea with the offshore statues, Whitley Bay and Tynemouth with miles of golden beaches. North will bring you to Craster and Seahouses set on the heritage coastal route with friendly villages and plenty of places to stop off. If you want a complete change travel to Berwick bordering Scotland and discover the Scottish borders only 40 miles. Beach 850 yard

Self-catering features

  • Golf nearby
  • Horse Riding Nearby
  • Television
  • WiFi
  • Bed Linen & Towels Included
  • Washing Machine
  • Fishing Nearby/On-site
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Warkworth map and Guilders Burn Cottage location

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