Druridge Bay

The historic port of Amble is situated on the estuary of the River Coquet, nestled between Warkworth and Hauxley - two splendid coastline Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Amble is an old fishing town that has retained it’s ‘old style’ high street, with a fantastic range of small, independent shops including butchers, bakers, and grocers, as well as gifts, clothing and much more.

The town also benefits from a wide variety and exceptional quality of independent restaurants and cafes, not to mention the wonderful fish and chip shops and other take away outlets.

There's a busy Sunday market held every week on the old quayside, next to the new Harbour Village development. The views from the Harbour and quayside down the estuary towards the impressive Warkworth Castle, and down the harbour, out to sea, are spectacular!

There is also a wide variety of things to do and see in and around the town such as an indoor soft play, a swimming pool and gym, surfing, sailing, kayaking, child outdoor play areas, boat trips, fishing, birdwatching, walks and cycle routes. The Puffin festival runs during the May half term week and there are various additional fun, shows, and activities going on throughout the town, all through the week.

Amble Harbour Village* New for 2015 – Amble Harbour Village
15 Retail Pods (Bespoke crafts, gifts, food and drink, and leisure based services) A Seafood centre Redesigned and redeveloped Harbour area Various activities and events planned for 2015!!

Find out more and keep up to date with activities and events at www.ambleharbourvillage.co.uk
 

Amble Harbour Village

The historic port of Amble is situated on the estuary of the River Coquet, nestled between Warkworth and Hauxley - two splendid coastline Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Amble is an old fishing town that has retained it’s ‘old style’ high street, with a fantastic range of small, independent shops including butchers, bakers, and grocers, as well as gifts, clothing and much more.

The town also benefits from a wide variety and exceptional quality of independent restaurants and cafes, not to mention the wonderful fish and chip shops and other take away outlets.

There's a busy Sunday market held every week on the old quayside, next to the new Harbour Village development. The views from the Harbour and quayside down the estuary towards the impressive Warkworth Castle, and down the harbour, out to sea, are spectacular!

There is also a wide variety of things to do and see in and around the town such as an indoor soft play, a swimming pool and gym, surfing, sailing, kayaking, child outdoor play areas, boat trips, fishing, birdwatching, walks and cycle routes. The Puffin festival runs during the May half term week and there are various additional fun, shows, and activities going on throughout the town, all through the week.

Amble Harbour Village* New for 2015 – Amble Harbour Village
15 Retail Pods (Bespoke crafts, gifts, food and drink, and leisure based services) A Seafood centre Redesigned and redeveloped Harbour area Various activities and events planned for 2015!!

Find out more and keep up to date with activities and events at www.ambleharbourvillage.co.uk
 

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