Amble Links is the perfect family holiday park near coast and country in beautiful Northumberland. Located near the quaint fishing town of Amble, it's just a stone’s throw from the spectacular coastline.
Amble Links features a fantastic family leisure complex with an indoor swimming pool, gym and spa facilities. There's also a children’s adventure park, regular events and activities, and the Old Storehouse - a beautiful stone-built country style bar & restaurant.
Pet-friendly and open all year round, this is a stunning coastal location that is just 200 yards from Amble Beach where you can enjoy views over nearby Coquet Island.
Northumberland boasts some of the UK’s finest landscapes and is also conveniently just 40 minutes drive from the vibrant city of Newcastle, which is ideal for anyone who enjoys days out shopping or evening entertainment.
For days and evenings out, take a short walk into Amble town to one of the many restaurants or cafés, or enjoy a leisurely browse around the shops. Nearby, you could visit Warkworth Castle, Alnmouth Beach, Druridge Bay, Alnwick Castle & Gardens and Bamburgh Castle, and there are many more places on the beautiful Northumberland coast to explore.
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A beautiful relaxed bar and restaurant in a rustic setting at The Old Storehouse- serving Starbucks coffee, lunches and evening dinner. A separate Owners Lounge for entertainment at weekends and throughout the peak holidays. A beautiful modern leisure centre, with a 20-metre indoor heated swimming pool, sauna, steam room and fully equipped state-of-the-art gym. Outside adventure playground, toddlers playground and multi-use games court for football, basketball, netball and dodgeball. Only 200 yards to the beach and a few hundred yards to the local fishing port town of Amble, with an array of fine dining restaurants, including the Boathouse Fish Restaurant on the harbour front, fine dining and Italian and Indian restaurants within the town.
DirectionsFrom the North or south, take the A1 to the Amble turn off at Felton and follow A1068 for signs Amble, then head for the sea front. The park is located a quarter of a mile to the right of the harbour, directly on the beachfront.
Things to do in Northumberland
Alnwick Castle, featured in Harry Potter films and Game of Thrones and Alnwick Gardens are within easy reach (with exclusive owners discounted entry), Lindisfarne Holy Island, Bamburgh Castle, Alnwick Golf Club (exclusive owners discounted day rate) Hawksley Nature Reserve and Druridge Bay.
Coquet Island, home of the puffins, puffin cruises and Northumberland Country Zoo. Northumberland Country Park and Hadrian's Wall are a short drive. There's also the Kielder Water and Forest Park, where mountain biking, pony trekking, canoeing and water skiing are among the activities on offer. And for stargazers, Kielder Observatory is in the heart of Northumberland International Dark Sky Park and there are events here all year round
If you are new to the area, ask the park's staff for ideas of places to go, or visit the park information suite where you'll find information about things to do and walks to take in the local area. Enjoy mini-golf, dog walks, amusements, weekend markets and car boot sales, marina and harbour, castles and beautiful coastal walks. Market towns of Alnwick and Morpeth are a short 20-minute drive away. Amble is a fully serviced town with a large Morrisons supermarket, quaint tea rooms and cafes, small convenience and market town stores, with Northumberland voted best UK Holiday Destination of 2018, there's loads to see and do.
Based on 3 review(s)
07 Apr 2021
Visited Amble Links last year, would to have loved to buy a holiday home here but the timing wasn't right. I used to come here as a child with my parents, very much my happy place...i'm sure i'll be back again this year :)
03 Apr 2021
Bought last year, having left 4 years ago. Love it so much we came back! We can’t wait to get back to our seaside retreat! Beautiful site and great team
Northumberland 11 Jul 2012
Stayed at my parents caravan for the first time at jubilee weekend, brilliant week great atmosphere kids were happy !!! weather was a bit hit or miss. entertainment was great beer prices were reasonable £2.40 a pint kids meals were fab as they got a free drink,very quite at night as the bar shuts at 12am which is great not like some parks i've been too. great walks on the beach outside the park. didn't use the car much as the buses are quite handy Alnwick gardens and castle were beautiful a must see when your here .All in all a good relaxing week for us will be pestering parents for when we can come again
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