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Close to the beach and harbour in Amble by the Sea

Entire house hosted by Karen
5 guests3 bedrooms4 beds1 bath
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Eider Cottage is a well equipped and cosy 3 bedroom cottage, with smart tv and unlimited internet, washer drier, travel cot - bring own baby bedding, dryer, fridge and freezer. For the coffee lover there is a cafetière and a new Delongi coffee machine. We have a portable BBQ to use in the back courtyard or to take out. There are harbour views from the bedroom windows, and the Little Shore beach is only metres away. The cottage is close to shops, pubs, restaurants and the Harbour Village.

The space
Guests have the exclusive use of a 3 bedroom traditional stone cottage. Parking is on the street and is usually plentiful. To the rear of the cottage is small traditional yard with tables and chairs and pot plants. The yard bolts from the inside, making it secure and suitable for storing bikes.

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 double bed
Bedroom 2
2 bunk beds
Bedroom 3
1 single bed


Beach access – Beachfront
Free street parking
Indoor fireplace
Pack ’n Play/travel crib

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Amble, England, United Kingdom

Northumberland is famed for its wide open beaches, castles and stunning scenery. Amble is a brilliant place to explore the coastline. There are some excellent restaurants in Amble, especially if you like locally caught seafood. There are plenty of pubs in Amble - highlights would be the Harbour which is close to the cottage, the Wellwood, at the top of the village which serves food and the friendly Mason's Arms, Albert Street which serves real ale from an Amble micro brewery and has an excellent quiz on Thursday evenings (you can join our table, if you like - please!!!). In the puffin season (spring and early summer) there are trips around Coquet Island to see puffins and the endangered roseate tern. Inland, there are miles of northern Pennines and Cheviot Hills to explore with wide open spaces and very few other people! The famous Hadrian's Wall is a short drive away and it is very rewarding to walk a stretch and explore a Roman Fort, or two. Further north up the coast is the incomparable Lindisfarne (Holy Island) which is reached by a tidal causeway and is an important Christian site, dating back to the 6th century. There is a monastery founded by St Aidan which is well worth a visit. The castle there is a delight - converted into a holiday home over a hundred years ago by Edwin Lutyens, complete with a walled garden by Gertrude Jekyll.

Hosted by Karen

Joined in July 2016
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I am married to Richard with 3 grown up sons. I used to teach mathematics in a prison and was formerly a journalist in Britain and Australia.
During your stay
There is a key box, but we live close by and are available if guests need assistance. We like to give our guests space - but we are on hand as needed!
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Check-in: After 4:00 p.m.
Checkout: 11:00 a.m.
Self check-in with lockbox
No smoking
No parties or events
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