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    Bedrooms 30
  • From £90 per room per night

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The Amble Inn is situated at the gateway to the Northumberland Coast, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is the perfect place from which to eat, drink, sleep and explore from.

Sharing the same spectacular stretch of coastline in Northumberland as seaside favourites Bamburgh, Alnmouth and Low Newton-by-the-Sea, the waterfront town of Amble is tipped as a sought after spot to visit by many a travel insider. Settle down on a quirky armchair by the real log fire or gather around the table and enjoy a drink or few. As well as cosy corners for two, they’ve plenty of step-free space inside and out. Perfect if you’re coming with children, you’re a wheelchair user, or want to bring the dog. So if you’re looking for a welcoming family pub or a dog friendly bar, you know a warm welcome awaits.

A passion for excellent cellar management paired with knowledgeable, friendly staff makes for a perfect pint of the North East’s finest. Lift a glass of local real ale from the guest hand pulls, quench your thirst with refreshing lagers and scrumptious ciders and sample their wide range of individual bottled craft beers. They have great wines aplenty from around the globe. Sold by the glass or bottle, they’ve wines to pair with every dish, taste and budget.

As you’d expect from a seaside restaurant in Northumberland, they’ve cast out the net when it comes to flavoursome seafood dishes, with an emphasis on just-landed, local fish and shellfish dishes. Their superb Sunday Carvery is not to be missed. There’s generous helpings of hand cut beef, pork or turkey with crispy roast potatoes, towering Yorkshire puddings and all the trimmings. Little ones won’t be disappointed either. The family friendly menu is sure to be a firm favourite with younger guests.

Bed down in one of their brand new, super-comfy and spacious en-suite bedrooms. Perfect for single night stays or a relaxing break away The Amble Inn is the place to stay whether you’re travelling on business, for pleasure or with larger groups looking to stay together under one roof. Choose from double, twin, single and family options as well as a number of fully accessible bedrooms for guests with restricted mobility with wet rooms facilities.

Freeview TVs, WiFi access, tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryer, iron and ironing board all come as standard. Room rates are inclusive of a full Northumberland buffet breakfast and one of their complimentary sleep kits. Designated dog-friendly rooms have direct outdoor access on the ground floor and a pet supplement applies.

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  • AA 3 Star
National Rating
AA
3 * rating
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    Double or Twin En-Suite 

    Double or Twin Rooms
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    Sleeps 2
  • From £90 per room per night

The Amble Inn offers 24 beautiful double or twin bedrooms. Bedrooms are fitted with en-suite bathrooms, WiFi access, tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryer, ironing and ironing board, Freeview TV, safe and fresh towels and linen. The inn has a range of purpose built rooms specifically designed for guests with restricted mobility. Rooms are also pet friendly for an additional charge. A delicious breakfast is included in the room price. Single occupancy from £90 and double from £110. 

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    Family Room En-Suite 

    Family Rooms
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    Sleeps 4
  • From £130 per room per night

The Amble Inn offers 6 spacious family bedrooms. Bedrooms are fitted with en-suite bathrooms, WiFi access, tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryer, ironing and ironing board, Freeview TV, safe and fresh towels and linen. The inn has a range of purpose built rooms specifically designed for guests with restricted mobility. Rooms are also pet friendly for an additional charge. A delicious breakfast is included in the room price. 

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