Self-Catering Alnwick

2 Bay View Alnwick, Northumberland

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From: €354 weekly Guests 4 Rooms 2 Bathroom 1

Key Features

  • Pet Friendly
  • Garden
  • Near beach
  • Near golf
  • By the sea

Property Description

Holiday home
2 Bay View is a well-maintained detached cottage situated in the harbour town of Amble in North East England. Benefiting from beautiful views that stretch across the estuary and out towards sea, this cottage can sleep four people in two bedrooms, one double and one twin. The cottage also contains an open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburner and French doors leading to a rear courtyard garden with furniture. There is roadside parking available for two cars, and a front patio area with furniture. 2 Bay View is a charming cottage ideal for any small family or group of friends looking to spend some time by the beautiful, wild Northumberland coast.

Accomodation Details
Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with walk in shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburner. Utility.

The bustling little seaport of Amble is situated at the mouth of the River Coquet and is an ideal place for exploring Northumberland. Amble offers a marina, a harbour, sandy beaches and coastal walks. Large fishing boats moor along the harbour wall and land a variety of fish, prawns, crabs and lobsters - the daily catch can be bought at a fish shop in the harbour. A mile south of Amble is Coquet Island, an RSPB reserve with a large population of terns, puffins and eider ducks and boat trips around the island can be arranged. The pretty coastal villages of Alnmouth and Craster and numerous superb beaches are only a short drive away, whilst picturesque Warkworth with its castle, charming Alnwick with its castle and award winning gardens, and the National Trust's Wallington Hall and Cragside are all within easy reach.

Northumberland is a heady combination of fishing villages, market towns, sandy beaches, magnificent castles and historic Hadrian's Wall, tied together by beautiful countryside and abundant wildlife.

Gas central heating with woodburner. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washer/dryer, TV with Freeview, DVD, CD/radio, iPod dock, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs. Fuel, power and starter pack for woodburner inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Cot and highchair on request. Roadside parking for 2 cars. Lockable bike storage. Enclosed patio garden with furniture and front patio with seating. One well-behaved dog welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop and pub 5 mins walk. Beach across the road.

Holiday Rental Amenities

  • Accepts Pets
  • Cooker
  • Baby Cot
  • Fridge
  • Garden
  • High chair
  • Kettle
  • Linen provided
  • Log fire
  • Towels provided
  • TV
  • Washing machine
  • Wifi
  • Near Pub
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Key Features
  • Pet Friendly
  • Garden
  • Near beach
  • Near golf
  • By the sea

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Self-Catering Reviews

October 2022
Spent a long weekend with my 2 adult daughters, 2yr old grandson and our miniature dachshund Sidney. The location was perfect, overlooking a sheltered bay, small beach and promenade. My grandson loved having his breakfast sitting at the window watching the boats coming and going. The cottage is well equipped and comfortable though could do with a little updating eg extremely noisy/ squeaky floorboards, a better dog friendly fireside rug ( the existing one is large and colourful but difficult to hoover) back garden looking very tired but a great space. We enjoyed using the log burner and it helped that the owner provided us with a start up pack of logs and kindle. He also left us a much appreciated welcome pack and very kindly informed us about a nearby kiddies park which we visited. We were made to feel very welcome. Parking is directly outside the front door which was great and Amble has lots of lovely walks and places of interest to see. It is also a great base for exploring further afield.
July 2022
Just got back from a week in Amble. The cottage was easy to find and when in found to be really clean and tidy. The welcome was exactly that welcome. Used as a base to visit all the castles and history surrounding Northumberland. Spent many an happy hour at the breakfast bar watching life go by also on the hottest day ever watching the kids swimming in the bay. One fault we found were the creaky floorboards in the bathroom but didn’t take away the ambience of the place. Surrounded by lovely restaurants but highly recommend Harbour Inn but booking is a must
Mrs Dancer
July 2020
In the middle of a Covid pandemic we expected the property to be spotless.. We had already been to stay in Lythem St.Annes for a short break and that had been Covid secure with cushions that could not be washed removed.The first thing we saw was a tatty old throw on one of the sofas it should not have been there. We had brought food and we lifted out 2 dinner plates which both had dried food on.Luckily we had brought a picnic basket so could use those plates. The fire was thick with dust and there were many dusty old ornamnts We had brought lots of cleaning products so I spent several hours cleaning all the surfaces and decided we would not use any of their impliments and took our food home. The bathroom had a clean toilet and wash basin but the tiles were very dirty and had not been cleaned once again there were dirty dusty ornaments. In the garden there was lots of rubbish at the side of the shed . When we went into Amble every where we went cafes restaurants were covid sucure . I do not have a smart phone so could not take photographs. We shower every day but could not stand to use it and on Wednesday night we decided to leave could not cope with the dirty place any more. I think in a time of a deadly pandemic you need to check your properties to ensure this does not happen to any one else.
Mrs Dean
February 2020
This is our third visit to this property and have enjoyed just as much as before.. Great location, lovely accommodation in prime position to enjoy all Amble has to offer.
Mrs Dancer, July 2020
February 2020
This is a lovely place with a beach 100 yards in front of you, a local fish restaurant 300 yards away and a lovely pier.. I got up each morning for sunrise with a coffee and watched the sun come up. What a great start to the day!
Mr Ratcliffe, February 2020
January 2020
Had a great (sunny! ) winter break here with my dog. Easy to find, parking right outside. Little treats on arrival including tea & milk for a cuppa! Comfortable, cosy and clean. Heating easy to use. Fabulous seaview from the very well equipped kitchen. Gardens secure, enclosed and dog proof! Lots of walkies from the front door with beaches, castles and plenty of wildlife. Amble is a charming little place. Very dog (& people!) friendly with plenty to explore. I must admit on arrival I was a bit underwelmed but totally converted after our first walkies along the pier into the harbour. Absolutely no complaints. I don't normally consider return visits, as there are so many lovely cottages on Sykes to try, but if I did I would definitely come back here.
Miss Leach, January 2020
January 2020
Comfy cottage with brilliant sea view, a beach on the doorstep very handy for .... Comfy cottage with brilliant sea view, a beach on the doorstep very handy for walking the dog first thing and last thing at night, nice and warm with the log burner, the shower could do with replacing though as it wasnt very good,
Mrs Hyde, January 2020
November 2019
Fantastic location and warm and well equipped cottage.. Everything you need for a lovely week in this lovely town.
April 2019
Great cottage in good location close to local shops and restaurants. Beautiful views from property really made this place special, we spent ages just looking out. Log burner was perfect for cosy evenings in.
Esther S
November 2017
We had a fabulous week here. Well equipped little house, perfectly situated for walks with family and/or dogs. Supermarket just up the road. Friendly and helpful owner. Welcome pack with milk, bread, tea, coffee and cake. House was immaculate.
John M
May 2017
Excellent views of the bay from the front window which has a breakfast bar - we spent hours sitting there watching the sea and people going by on the green. Wonderful local shopping centre a few minutes walk away in the main street. Lovely market in the harbour only 200 meters away on a Sunday. The house has all you can need and there was even a lovely welcome hamper. This was our second visit and we'll make a third sometime.
April 2017
Superb location overlooking the harbour with a beautiful beaches just steps away. This dog friendly house had everything we needed and was extremely comfortable and homely. Much time was spent admiring the view and watching the world go by from the breakfast bar. The welcome hamper was a lovely surprise and most welcome :). Short walks to great restaurants (check out the bistro in Queen street), a fantastic ice-cream parlour and traditional fish and chips. Sunday Market a must especially the fresh fish! A great place to stay if you want to just chill out or to use as a base for exploring the North East. An amazing week, we will be back !!
Alison m
November 2016
Bay view was lovely and cosy with a great wood burning stove and Amble is very dog friendly can't wait to return next year. The Wellwood was very friendly staff and lovely food would highly recommend.
stephen l
July 2016
Lovely house and are V welcoming Great views and walks V relaxed ,beautiful area Prime location for walking to all points of interests Great Thank You
Mrs Larkin
July 2016
We loved the kitchen window overlooking the harbour, all the facilities were excellent. A great location and area, would seriously consider returning.
Mrs Clements
May 2016
The position of the cottage in Amble was excellent and the fact that dogs were allowed was much appreciated.
March 2016
I don't usually write reviews but this house deserved one. What a fabulous place to stay. The house had everything we needed. The location was perfect for exploring the area. The kids loved sitting at the breakfast bar watching the world go by outside. The view across the harbour to Warkworth Castle was amazing. Will definitely book again. The owner was very helpful when getting the key code. She gave us useful tips and places to visit.
Mrs Hanson
March 2016
The location of this property was perfect; overlooking the harbour and close to all the amenities. The cottage had been carefully planned and had everything you needed. A home from home in every way.
Hayley H
February 2016
After a four hour drive in the rain we arrived to a lovely cottage overlooking the estuary , pier and sea . Inside the cottage was a welcome pack of bread, wine , tea,coffee biscuits and milk also a bag of logs and lighters to get you started. Such a cosy house well equipped in the kitchen and towels alike. Very squeaky floor boards and stairs but no doubt the age of the house it's to be expected. Visited the boat house for lunch - amazing food . Also Sunday Amble always has a market great for fruit veg seafood meat etc. Spurellis cafe/icecream is highly recommended. All the shops etc you can easily walk to if you don't fancy driving. Saw some amazing tide changes over the week with wonderful weather for the time of year. Plenty sand on the beach at low tide , a dog lovers paradise as it seems the area to walk the dogs. Locals all seem very friendly and we were given all the help and advice from the owners prior to our arrival. Would love to return sometime in the future.
Mrs Potter
February 2016
The view, the walk and the town were fantastic. You couldn't wish for a better house to stay in.
December 2015
We stayed over Christmas 2015. The cottage is warm, mid December and we never got around to lighting the fire, it has its own wifi, and a great view onto the bay area, and you can just sit at the breakfast bar and watch the world go by. There is an enclosed garden, so if you have a dog, they won't be able to get out, the beds were comfortable and clean, there was plenty of hot water, and it does look just like it does in the pictures! The upstairs floors do creak, but soundproofing with the adjoining cottages is very good - so if you walk around in the night you might wake up other people in your house but not in anybody else's. A family of about 10 stayed next door when we were there and we didn't hear a peep from them and the street was really quiet. The owners were very helpful, and left a welcome basket which included a bottle of red and a little selection of Stollen, which lasted a good 5 minutes. The cottage has lots of model ships as part of the decor - and it looks like they've taken care to make it feel like a home. There are also loads of DVDs and books to read, and there were also children's games in one of the bedrooms. There are all sorts of places to walk dogs in the area, virtually all of them well away from roads, and there's a marina and the main street, Queen Street, which has lots of small retailers. Amble is not the most picturesque seaside town I've been to, but it has a lot to recommend it in terms of places to eat, and things to do, there are at least two fish and chip shops, and a co-op just down the road from the cottage which seems to open exceptionally long hours, and a boutique icecream parlour called Spurreli's which is worth a visit. It really is a dog friendly place - our two are quite hyper and yet they were greeted with smiles by virtually everybody we met, people were extremely friendly generally, only one person didn't say 'hello' back the whole time we were there, and the Old Boat House serves the most amazing sea food. The kitchen has everything you would need, the oven is fairly simple but it works fine, good selection of pans and it's quite well stocked with the basics. There are no horror stories with this place - it is exactly as described. We had a lovely time there. Also - the booking service, Sykes Cottages - their opening hours were until 9.30pm, we rang them at 9.25pm, very apologetic at being so late, they were very friendly, took the trouble to check with the owners about whether two dogs would be acceptable, while we were on hold, and the follow up was also good - sending through instructions and confirmation by email, how to get there, and other useful bits of information.
Mrs Bolton
December 2015
The cottage is very cosy, close to the beach and has some really lovely views. We found some great dog walks close by and the garden is fully enclosed. The wood burner adds a really nice touch. We would visit again.
November 2015
This is a fabulous little house to use as a base in Northumberland. It was warm and had very good facilities. I particularly liked sitting at the breakfast bar and watching everyone walking on the pier. Bamburgh is a 40 minute drive but the great beaches of Alnmouth, Walkworth and Druridge Bay are only minutes away. Amble had a great pier walk and its own beaches if you want to stay at home. Loved it!
Mrs Shaw
November 2015
Lovely cosy cottage, the woodburner warmed the whole of the property. The view from the kitchen of the bay was great. We would like to come back again.
Mrs Wymer
October 2015
Amble is a good centre for touring around and the cottage suited our needs beautifully.
Dr Barker
June 2015
A charming and comfortable cottage. It was extremely well situated for the town and its amenities, with a lovely view over the harbour entrance and adjacent beach. Lovely sunsets and a view towards Warkworth Castle. This was a perfect place in which to relax and an ideal base from which to explore the area. My family and I loved the place and would love to return.
Peter G
June 2015
2 BayView was all we wanted in our holiday cottage, not only was it very clean but had everything we needed to make our stay very relaxing . We were left a very welcome package of milk, bread ,eggs ,tea&coffe plus a bottle of wine , enough to start the week off and very useful after our long drive to Amble . The view from the breakfast bar come drinks bar was great and the sunset was straight out in front of the window , just prefect . Also shops were just a couple of minutes walk away and Amble harbour with it's new retail again just 5 minutes walk . Overall we really enjoyed our stay at Bay View .
Ronald S
June 2015
Comfortable well equipt cottage with everything you need. Look out the kitchen over a lovely bay. The rims are very comfortable with a secluded garden well fenced so our dog could go out without any worry. Short walk to the harbour with exellant restaurant( the Old Boathouse ) the beaches are stunning all close by. If you are a dog owner the Pubs and Restaurants are dog friendly. We fully recommend this cottage.
Mr Storey
March 2015
This is a lovely warm, comfortable cottage with fantastic views over the bay and pier, and the little beach just over the road. We enjoyed sitting at the breakfast bar watching the boats go past. The cottage has a great log burner and lovely comfortable beds. The enclosed patio was ideal for our dog and the whole area is very dog friendly. Shops and pubs were all within walking distance. We would stay in this cottage again.
Mr Western
March 2015
A very nice warm, cosy house overlooking the harbour.
March 2015
We stayed at 2 Bayview from 21st to 28th March.Everything was just perfect, a lovely welcome pack awaited us and the owners were fantastic in regards information on the area and where there if you needed them only a phone call away Amble is a beautiful place and the views from the house are stunning,you are only a short drive from Alnwick Castle where the Harry Potter films were made,also Holy Island is a nice place to visit. We could not fault the Holiday one bit and will definitely return there next year We can only give this holiday 10/10
Mr Liddle
January 2015
Fantastic location and a great little cottage on the sea front with a great log fire in the sitting room. Loads of walks on your doorstep, loads of places to visit nearby.
Mr Carlton
December 2014
Great cottage - lovely presentation in a fantastic location. A great way to pass a peaceful Christmas with my family.
Mr Doyle
December 2014
What a fabulous little cottage, as with all the other comments, it was a real home from home. It was very well equipped, the location is amazing and what a lovely town Amble is. The people are very friendly as well. We made very good use of the log burner and spent ages watching the world go by looking out of the window straight on to the bay. An excellent location for amazing restaurants, pubs and local shops. The main town is about ten minutes walk away. This was our first visit to Northumberland and definitely will not be our last.
John C
December 2014
Fantastic location for a quiet, tranquil Christmas - lovely walks on beach right outside front door with the towns facilities only 5 minutes walk away. Cottage is well equipped with log burner just right for settling in front of with a glass of wine - once the dog had been kicked out the way! Pet friendly, amiable neighbours, clean tidy and comfortable - we'll be back!
December 2014
What a gem, cottage is very homely, very well equipped and situated in a idyllic spot over looking the bay. There is a log burner which came in very handy for evenings with a glass or two after long walks on the numerous beaches. Great restaurants and pubs within walking distance, people very friendly - we don't have a dog , but the cottage is suitable if you do, the area is great for dog walks and all the pubs are dog friendly. Good location for visiting the East Coast, Holy Island, Hadrians Wall and the Kielder Forest, we had booked for a stargazing night at Kielder but due to the weather - no stars !! Great help from the owners Jacqinta & Tim. Many Thanks for a very enjoyable few days R & R.
Mr Miller
November 2014
Excellent position right on the edge of the bay (harbour).
Ms Jones
November 2014
Perfect situation - very good for people and dogs. Altogether lovely and nice welcome pack.
John H
November 2014
This holiday let was in a very nice setting as the dog liked walking out of the front door and straight onto the beach area. After being out for the day it was nice to come back and sit with a cup of tea looking at the view from the large kitchen window.
November 2014
stayed 4 nights in this accomodation, and it's location cannot be beaten. The cottage is well presented, clean and welcoming. Would benefit from having a couple of armchairs and coffee tables, 2x 2 seater settees were adequate for a couple, but would have felt cramped if 4 adults were sharing the accomodation. Nevertheless would certainly recommend to anyone wanting a short breakaway at a competitive price, in a friendly. picturesque small fishing town with good transport links and interesting history.
Mgt J
November 2014
Our greyhound loved the cottage, the beaches and the friendly town, and so did we. We had great walks along the beaches and also to Warkworth. The Masons Arms in Warkworth is very welcoming to you and your dog. And does nice sandwiches and beer.
November 2014
The owners are such friendly people that they alone made the booking and stay enjoyable - from the friendly tips on calling to arrange the key collection, the wonderful welcoming hamper (with home produced eggs) to the phone call when we arrived home to check all was well. The cottage itself is in a great place with the beach only 50m away, much to the extreme pleasure of our little dog, who couldn't get enough of it. Shops are about 200m away and a bit further for two pubs and a couple of takeaways. And then there is the Sunday market on the quayside, again only a couple of hundred metres away. The locality is all you expect from Northumberland with long sandy beaches and castles at every headland. Hope to go back again... need I say any more!
Mr Jones
October 2014
Lovely cottage in a very friendly seaside town and a very helpful owner. Wonderful beaches for our dog.
Mr Quane
September 2014
A very good property in great location, we would stop again.
Mr Hope
September 2014
We could see the sea from the kitchen window during the day and hear it at night. Welcome pack from owner's was lovely - it included 1/2 dozen eggs from their own chickens. Cottage had everything we needed. Good shops, pubs and cafes in Amble and fabulous fish and chips! The people were lovely and friendly too
Mr Chapman
August 2014
A beautiful situation overlooking the beach and harbour with views of Warkworth Castle. Well equipped with comfortable beds. Just walk out the door and you are on the beach.
Ms Walker-cotton
August 2014
The view from the window was superb and we sat at the breakfast bar watching the boats go by. The safe beach was a stone's throw from the house, as was a big grassy area - both ideal for the kids and dog to play. The enclosed patio was perfect - a sun trap, safe for the dog, and a little haven for tiny birds who came to the bird table to feed. The welcome pack was much appreciated, as was the helpfulness of the owners with any questions we had in advance. Locally, Amble Links Beach was superb as was seeing seals, puffins and terns on the Puffin Cruise from the harbour. A great holiday.
August 2014
A fab cottage with a homely feel. A perfect base for discovering Northumberland! We spoke on the phone to the owner Tim who was friendly & helpful, he advised of some great places locally. A Lovely welcome hamper was waiting in the cottage! Everything was clean, fresh and comfortable. It really did feel like a 'home from home' especially with the wifi access, washer/dryer and great central heating system. The location is perfect, overlooking the bay & pier. Great for people watching too! Idea for dogs as the beach is less than a minute walk away and all the dog walkers we met were friendly & chatty. When it went dark all the rabbits came out and were hopping about on the pavement outside! The back garden is a bird magnet with feeding tables etc, we enjoyed keeping them well fed for the week. The website photos don't do it justice at all, I'd recommend updating them. Three of us stayed here, myself, husband and 15 yr old daughter along with our Border Collie. We hope to return very soon.
August 2014
The house was perfect for us. wonderful views from the breakfast bar with passing boats, and little shore beach and grassy area just across the (quiet) road. This beach is enclosed by the harbour wall so is calm and safe for kids. Amble Links Beach, a 15 min walk or 2 min drive, is lovely. The house is comfortable, with all our needs thought of, the owners left a welcome pack of milk, bread, biscuits, wine etc which was great. The southfacing patio is enclosed and private, and the shrubs are a little haven for lots of tiny birds who feed on the birdtable. Location is great for beaches and castles (we did a walk from Craster to Dunstanburgh castle amidst spectactular coastal scenery, and afterwards had a lovely pub meal in Craster and bought kippers from the smokehouse). In Amble, plenty of local shops, amazing icecreams from Spurelli's cafe, lovely Puffin cruises from the harbour. a great holiday.
Mr Shand
July 2014
An excellent location overlooking the bay, an ideal house for the three of us with a private garden beside other holiday lets. It was well equipped, it was nice to get welcome pack with coffee/tea, laundry and washing up liquid. It was an ideal location for exploring Northumberland. There was great information provided in the house of things to do in the area.
Sam D
July 2014
Booked this cottage at the very last minute on Christmas Eve for a stay starting on Boxing Day for 1 week. Reasonably equipped house, lots of children's games. Woodburner gave the cottage an Xmas/winter feel but also the central heating was very efficient. Lovely picture window for watching the world go by. Walk out of the door and straight onto the beach. Good location for the rest of Northumberland
July 2014
We stayed here July 2014, two adults and our 16 year old son, great size for us. s well as all the equipment , owner provided a welcome pack including a bottle of wine! Great location overlooking the bay close to bars, cafes and supermarkets, ideal for exploring Northumberland. An information pack was also provided with all the sights to see and walks around the area..
Sean D
July 2014
My self and my wife enjoyed the cottage. It's right on the seafront with a green and beach across a small path. The cottage was spacious,all mod cons and lovely and clean. We received a welcome pack which was great. There is a small co op just up the road for provisions or a tesco express in town. The chip shop locally is fantastic and there is a resturant called the boat house on the quay which was lovely.There is another in the town but didn't go there but was always full. There are plenty of walks locally and there is a file at the cottage with loads of info in it. We loved it and will be back
Mr Smith
June 2014
Lovely stay in a beautiful area
Mrs Randles
June 2014
The position of the cottage was excellent with lovely views. The welcome pack was exceptional, this was our third visit to Amble and our best accommodation by far. We were in a central position for Newcastle and places to the North like Holy island. We would be happy to use the cottage again.
Jeff S
June 2014
2 bay view is an ideal place to stay to explore Northumberland, a spacious 2 bedroom house overlooking Amble harbour.The owners were very welcoming and helpful with some walks in the area,the welcome pack was much appreciated,and we would definately stay there again some time in the future.
Mr Beckett
May 2014
The close proximity to the beach, very useful when you have a dog. A good base from which to explore Northumberland. The friendly welcome and the friendliness of the locals.
Mrs Riley
May 2014
We liked where it was situated , we have a dog and it was great to take our dog for lovely walks. To wake up just across a small beach .
May 2014
We stayed here for a week (10 to 17 May) and really enjoyed ourselves. We have a black lab - River, who absolutely enjoyed herself, but I think she was the only one glad to go home at the end of our stay as she was shattered with all the walking and swimming she did! Very close to the beaches and town, which has all you could need - good butchers, Tesco and Co-op supermarkets and banks, and some really good walks. We were contacted by the owner before our holiday and she gave us some really useful information. Also left a welcome package which included a very nice bottle of red wine and some eggs from her own hens - lovely and so fresh. The cottage has everything you might need, including a BBQ, which we used several times, and a woodburning stove, which we used even though it was not cold enough as it just looked so nice! There are loads of information leaflets/booklets to read through and plan days out with. Big picture window in the kitchen proved to be an ideal spot (at any time) to sit and look out over the grassy area to the beach and watch people, dogs and the birds. Very nice farmer's-type market on Sundays at the harbour - fresh fish, veg and meat. Bought a bag of mixed sole/plaice fillets, but could not eat it all as there must have been around 20 smallish fillets - this cost £5, good job River likes fish! Friendly local people, who are more than willing to pass on their local knowledge and help out if you are unsure of where to go. Hope we are able to go back one day!
Mrs Taylor
April 2014
Perfect location, comfortable and cosy cottage, welcome pack on arrival, weather amazing - good time had by all!
April 2014
Our three night stay was far too short to view everything on offer in the area. The house is located in a quiet area of Amble and looks out onto the harbour. The accommodation was clean, warm and cosy with all the amenities that we could have needed and more. Cinty, the owner contacted us with formation about access to the house, which was great as we could choose to arrive at a time to suit us. We would like to thank Cinty for leaving us a welcome pack which included everything we needed to make ourselves at home. We're already planning our next trip! :)
April 2014
Had a really good break here, the view at the front was wonderful and the back garden was private and would be fabulous in summer. Great log burner and the whole accomodation was very comfortable. Walk to pub, shops and village by turning left out of the front door, and miles and miles of sand dunes and cliffs, just turn right out of the front door, fab!! Very useful local walk guide in cottage, could take the dog, don't hesitate, you'll love it here.
Mr Ryan
March 2014
There was nothing to dislike, the cottage was beautiful and spotless with more than everything you could need. The location was superb and so were the views. I would and will recommend the cottage to all of my friends - we had a lovely holiday.
Mr Denness
March 2014
Amble is a great location for coastal walking, geology and bird watching, the local coastline is stunningly beautiful. The owners gave us good information in advance of local areas to visit, so as to get the most from our holiday. On arrival there was a superb and thoughtfully prepared welcome pack.
Ms Clark
February 2014
The cottage was clean and tidy, well equipped and in an excellent location. Lovely views across the harbour and all amenities close to hand. Fantastic places to walk and lots of beaches to explore, a dogs paradise!
Mrs Brazier
January 2014
Beautiful cottage with an amazing view. Every need catered for; there were so many little finishing touches that made our stay perfect, couldn't fault any part of the cottage, it was spotless, warm and cosy. Would definitely be staying again. Lovely area and perfect place to stay for all our family.
Mr Bunting
January 2014
The owner contacted us and gave us very friendly initial advice. Nice welcome pack on arrival, we immediately felt at home. Lovely décor and amenities. Good heating, especially at this time of year. Very secure for our dog and the area is very dog friendly. Good beach and piers immediately outside the door, superb for that early morning walk with the dog. Good location to tour from. Will definitely return.
January 2014
The owner, Cinty, contacted us and gave us very friendly initial adice. Nice welcome pack on arrival. We immediately felt 'at home'. Lovely décor and amenities. Good heating, especially at this time of year. Very secure for our dog and the area is very doggy friendly. Good beach and piers immediately outside the door, superb for that early morning walk with the dog. Good location to tour from. Will definitely return.
December 2013
Cosy property with amazing views. Well equipped and very clean. Owners are exceptionally nice people and that's reflected in the generous welcome hamper.We found amble and its residents really welcoming and friendly. Fab walk starting up near Warksworth Golf Club which takes you right out along harbour defences opposite the property. Excellent lunch in said golf club.beaches at end of road, to the right, were a delight for us and our pooch.
Mrs Wilson
November 2013
Good location, great sea views. very friendly place to visit
Mrs Bailey
November 2013
The location was ideal. Great base, and good to be able to walk to shops, the pub, harbour, cafes etc. The view from the cottage was amazing. The cottage was very comfortable, loved the wood burning stove. Would definitely visit again!
Mr Read
October 2013
The owners were very helpful and friendly and the welcome hamper was much appreciated. Amble is a very warm and friendly place and the harbour area is the view from the kitchen window. The cottage was clean, tidy and full of character.
Mrs Allen
October 2013
Location of the property was superb and enabled an easy week of beach walking. Really friendly locals and everyone seemed so dog happy. Had some lovely food out.
Mr Rose
September 2013
The geographic position of Amble, and the cottage, was ideal for our requirements. The area is clean and very beautiful, with lovely beaches, and plenty to do if you want to get out and about. The cottage was clean, tidy and comfortable, with the view out of the window, at breakfast, a bonus.
Mr Mullett
September 2013
A lovely property in a welcoming community. A good base for exploring Northumbria and all its coastal walks, beaches and historical towns and buildings. The view from the breakfast bar across the estuary and village green allowed us to relax and watch a busy port and its people go about their daily life. A great way to start any holiday to make you feel at home.
Mrs Hodgins
August 2013
We enjoyed sitting in the enclosed garden area, safe for the dog and watch the lovely little birds that came to eat. The view from the kitchen window was great.
Mr Dack
August 2013
Great area, great location, great people, good weather.
Ms Bailey
July 2013
Our stay at 2 Bay view was great; the house was clean and had everything we needed. A gorgeous view, the location was perfect for us and the dog, the little touches were a pleasant surprise. We didn't want to leave and will be back soon.
Mr Johnson
July 2013
Very comfortable and well furnished property with lovely views. Ideally situated for visiting many interesting places. Would recommend to anybody looking for a peaceful property by the sea.
Mrs Catteral
June 2013
Cottage very good with great views across the estuary. Lots of places within easy drive along the coastal route. Beautiful beaches nearby.
Kathleen C
June 2013
Cottage clean, comfortable and well equipped with 2 good sized bedrooms. It is situated in a great location overlooking a grassy picnic area + a small sandy beach and the estuary beyond it. Very convenient for walks along the beaches and coastal footpaths. Secure rear garden, good for dog/ small children. Local supermaket nearby with town centre a few minutes walk away. Quiet area at night. Owners friendly and helpful.
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