AMBLE & LOW HAUXLEY Harbouring a hidden gem Amble is a bustling traditional fishing port with a modern marina at the southern gateway to the Northumberland Area of Outstanding Beauty. Proclaiming itself as the ‘Friendliest Port’, Amble’s charm is centred around the harbour’s South Pier and promenade which provide a scenic walkway that’s attractively lit by night. Amble is also home to a flourishing independent shopping area with several great restaurants and award winning ice cream parlour. The new Harbour Village development positioned right on the sea front consists of a seafood centre with a Lobster hatchery and 15 small retail units offering gifts, arts and crafts. Amble is also the stepping off point to sail around Coquet Island to see the puffins and rare roseate terns. Low Hauxley lies just south of Amble and was originally a fishing village, and Hauxley Haven beach is a quiet hideaway ideal for taking a moment to relax and unwind.
40 Years of memories “The boat trip around Coquet Island. We saw loads of puffins and seals and our children were enthralled.” “Hiring a beach hut for the day and building an empire on the beach.” “Going sea fishing for cod from the harbour. Do it early to give yourself the chance to eat it all. Dinner at The Old Boathouse in Amble. Great harbour location, exceptional seafood.” “Walking on Amble beach on a sunny day followed by fish and chips and delicious ice cream from Spurelli’s.”
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