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7 Reasons to own a holiday home in Northumberland

Northumberland offers a perfect blend of relaxation and exploration, making it an ideal destination for those looking to invest in the serenity and natural beauty of a holiday home.

Located in the fishing town of Amble on the magnificent Northumberland coast, our Amble Links Holiday Park is located within easy reach of beaches, countryside and historical sites and makes for the ideal holiday home location.

If you’re looking for inspiration, take a look below at our 7 great reasons to start your new dream lifestyle of ownership in Northumberland.


Pristine beaches

The breahttaking beaches along the Northumberland coastline provide a serene escape, known for being some of the most beautiful and immaculate in the country. From castle-side coastline to dreamy bays and quiet coves, there is so much to experience. Amble Links is beautifully located a stone’s throw from Amble Beach, offering an unrivalled coastal doorstep location for holiday home owners.

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A piece of history at every corner

Northumberland, a region steeped in history, proudly showcases more castles than any other county in England. From the days of Viking invasions to the Wars of the Roses, these fortresses tell captivating stories, making Northumberland a captivating destination for history enthusiasts and a living testament to the region's rich and storied past. Take in the magnificent views at Dunstanburgh Castle, visit Alnwick Castle for a day out at Hogwarts, or explore Warkworth Castle, which offers a glimpse into the medieval way of life.

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Dogs receive a warm welcome

If you don’t go anywhere without your beloved four-legged friend, then Northumberland is the perfect place for you. Not only is our Amble Links Holiday Park dog-friendly, with an abundance of facilities to cater to your dog, including a year-round dog-friendly beach right across from the park, and a dog wash area perfect after a muddy walk, but the local area also offers an abundance of walking trails, attractions and cosy pubs that welcome dogs.


Nature and wildlife lover's paradise

Whether you pop to the Farne Islands to see the puffins, kayak with seals around Coquet Island, or go dolphin spotting on the River Tweed in Berwick, Northumberland’s coastline boasts amazing wildlife, with plenty of scenic spots for you to enjoy. Along with the coast, the numerous idyllic woodland areas, picturesque nature reserves and activity-filled country parks are the perfect places for wildlife spotting and bird watching.


Plenty of golf opportunities

Northumberland offers a delightful golfing experience that attracts both competitive and casual players. With a mix of coastal and inland options, known for their stunning landscapes, golfers can enjoy a varied experience amidst the region’s beauty and charm. Some of our favourites include Alnwick Castle Golf Club, which combines a challenging course with the backdrop of the historic castle, or Alnmouth Village Golf Club, located along the scenic coastline, providing golfers with stunning views of the North Sea.


Ideal for watersport activities

Northumberland really is a paradise for all things outdoors. With miles of coastline, rivers, and lakes, what better way to explore Northumberland than to take to the water itself? Surf and paddleboard amongst seals and historic castles, and discover beautiful sunsets in this incredible part of the UK. Whether you’re a beginner or pro, there are plenty of options around the region to suit your needs and abilities with a variety of different water sports available for you to try.

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Amazing local food

Dine by firesides in cosy pubs, soak up sea views in one of the many cafes, or experience the true taste of fresh seafood in one of the many fantastic restaurants. From monks at Lindisfarne to the kitchens of great castles, the food heritage in Northumberland is rich and varied.

Holiday Home Ownership in Northumberland

These 7 reasons to own a holiday home in Northumberland are just a small taste of everything the area has to offer, with the park itself offering a range of benefits including a 12-month season, extensive facilities and a range of stunning holiday homes and lodges to choose from.

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