Discover a seaside shopping paradise

Amble, Northumberland

Amble is a shopper's paradise, a haven for lovers of local produce, crafts and gifts. Perfect for presents, but don’t forget to treat yourself!

Proudly declaring itself ‘the friendliest port’, the coastal town of Amble hugs the River Coquet estuary at the southern gateway to the Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Not many know that the quaint fishing town of Amble is also a shopper’s paradise. The traditional high street is home to a range of independent shops, restaurants and cafes. 

With views of the impressive Warkworth Castle in the background, continue your shopping at Amble Harbour Village, consisting of 15 modern retail pods selling locally made bespoke crafts, gifts and food and drink. 

Shopping is hungry work and after browsing all the shops and pods you can enjoy the rest of your coastal holiday tasting mouth-watering seafood landed by the local fishing fleet.

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Pathway to Amble along the River CoquetAmble Harbour © Gail Johnson
Warkworth CastleWarkworth Castle © Gail Johnson
Coquet IslandCoquet Island © VisitNorthumberland
Fresh seafoodFresh seafood © VisitNorthumberland

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