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Looking for a new home near Amble?

Amble is one of Northumberland's popular coastal towns and will be local to your new home in this area. It's just over 30 miles from Newcastle upon Tyne, making it a great place for a change of scenery from city life. Northumberland's rugged coast is one of the attractions of living in this area - it's an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty - and the pretty port village of Amble has a quaint harbour front, plenty of places to eat out and a thriving main shopping street.



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Living in Amble

Travel and transport
Amble is located just off the A1068, which connects several towns along Northumberland's coast. The A1 is around 11 miles away, connecting Newcastle and Edinburgh. For rail travel, the nearest station is just over 6 miles away in Alnmouth, where you’ll find convenient links to Edinburgh, Newcastle and London.

Local information
Amble has an excellent cross-section of shops, schools, and hospitality businesses, including independent boutiques and cafes around the harbour. For more shops and amenities Morpeth and Ashington are less than half an hour away, while the popular seaside town of Newbiggin-by-the-Sea is also within easy reach. For all the amenities of a big city, Newcastle upon Tyne is just over 30 miles away, with the benefit of convenient transport links.

Local schools
There's a nursery, two primary schools and a secondary school in Amble, the James Calvert Spence College, which includes a sixth form, so children of all ages are catered for locally. There are further schooling options on Alnmouth and Morperth.