Radcliffes Lodge, Coble Quay, Amble, Northumberland. NE65 0FB
Boutique hostel on the Northumberland coastRadcliffes Lodge is a purpose-designed hostel built on a stunning waterfront estate in the heart of Amble, a vibrant harbour town on the Northumberland Coast. The Lodge sleeps 48 in a mix of accommodation available for one or more nights' stay.
Oozing quality and style the lodge’s facilities include a large communal area offering stunning views over Amble Marina and onto Warkworth Castle. There’s a fully equipped kitchen with four cooking stations, fridges, and freezers.
Perfectly situated on NCN Route 1 (Coast and Castles) and the Northumberland Coastal Path the Lodge is ideal for cyclists, walkers, backpackers and independent travellers. Especially as it has a secure garage with lockable bike racks, laundry & drying room and is within easy walking distance to shops, bars, restaurants and beaches. What's more, a self-service breakfast of cereal and toast and hot drinks is available at no extra cost.
Families and groups of friends will find it is the perfect base for exploring the magic of Northumberland, with the bonus of watersports and boat trips on the doorstep. Dogs are welcome by arrangement. There are also luxury holiday apartments in the same development.
Beds & Rooms:48: 1x8, 4x6, 4x4 (all private rooms with en suite)
Price per night:Family suites from £140 for 4 people. Bunkbed rooms from £70 for 2 people.
Booking:Online booking recommended, or by email or phone. 20% of stay deposit required with booking. Group discounts for 12 or more people. Loyalty discounts for returning guests. Sole occupancy available.
Directions:From the North: coming from Warkworth on the A1068, turn left onto High St, then left down Queen St & then join Coquet St, next to Tesco follow the road round. Coble Quay & Radcliffes Lodge are on your left. From the South: on the A1068, turn right at the first roundabout onto Percy Dr, at the next roundabout go left on to Church St then immediate right on to Bridge St & right on to Coquet St in front of Tesco’s & follow the road round and Coble Quay and Radcliffes Lodge are on your left.
- The X18 bus route runs from Newcastle to Berwick throughout the day. Amble is also 15 minutes away from Alnmouth train station giving direct access to London and Edinburgh.
- Castles and Coasts Route Trans Euro Trail St Oswalds Way
By the Sea Close to a Pub Dog Friendly Individuals welcome Urban Hostels En suite rooms Accommodation for Cyclists Near a Castle Breakfast IHUK Signage Biker Friendly
This accommodation is available at the following peak timesAvailable for Christmas 2023 Available New Year 2023 / 2024 Available February Half Term 2024 Available Easter 2024 Available Spring Bank Holiday or Half Term 2024 Available October Half Term 2024
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There are some fabulous walks from the door. Stroll around the harbour or venture further and pick up the Coastal Path. Walk north to Warkworth Castle and the stunning Warkworth Beach, or head south to more fantastic beaches, Hauxley Nature Reserve and Druridge Bay Country Park. Amble is on the Coast and Castles route which is perfect for cyclists. If watersports are your passion, you have the beautiful Northumberland coast waiting for you.
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If you are hoping to gather your extended family together this Christmas, Radcliffe’s Lodge is your perfect venue. This brand new, ultra modern, 5* hostel sleeps 48 across 9 rooms. With a large kitchen and huge lounge/dining room, there will be everything you need for your Christmas festivities. Situated on the quayside of the popular Northumberland harbour town of Amble there will be plenty to do or all ages. Little can beat a boxing day beach walk to blow the Christmas cobwebs away. Up to 4 dogs are welcome too.