This terraced house has been transformed into a charming bolthole in the heart of this coastal town.
Located in the heart of the waterfront town of Amble, this property sits at the southern gateway to the Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. From the port, boat trips leave for Coquet Island, home to a colourful 36,000-strong bird colony and inspiration for Amble’s annual puffin festival. The town itself has plenty to offer in terms of food and drink, with fresh seafood available daily, a popular Italian restaurant, a rustic bistro and of course a seaside ice cream parlour. One mile outside of Amble is the beautiful village of Warkworth, home to a fantastic historic castle and a selection of artisan shops and tearooms.
Inside, the property has been beautifully furnished and fitted with stylish antique pieces and fresh neutral tones to create a calm and relaxing atmosphere. A step up leads you into the property’s entrance lobby where you can leave hats, bags and boots before continuing through to the charming living/dining room. With wooden floors, a wood burner, stylish mid-century furniture and a good-sized table, this is a bright, spacious and homely room for dining, relaxing and unwinding in front of the TV. The kitchen is compact yet charming with sloping ceilings, metro tiles and a small window, equipped with everything you should need throughout your stay. Also on the ground floor is the shower room with a modern walk-in shower, toilet and basin. Upstairs there are two beautifully presented bedrooms, one large double to the front with antique furniture and one twin with plenty of storage for making yourself at home.
Outside there is a private Mediterranean style walled courtyard garden with table and chairs, beautiful potted plants and a garden door opening onto the drive.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.