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                     eating and drinking in amble
Coquet Tea Rooms  51-53 Queen Street Amble Tel: 01665 712964 Email: coquettearooms@btinternet.com
Time for a treat? Coquet Tea Rooms and Cosy Coffee House - located on Queen Street in the heart of Amble.  Opening Hours Monday - Saturday 9am - 5pm Sunday - 10am - 4pm Open Bank Holidays
Serving light bites including sandwiches, toastie's, panini's, ploughman's lunch, afternoon tea, handmade cakes and cakes from ‘The Cake Root ‘ - a company based in Northumberland which produces cakes based on root vegetable ingredients, and for the kids a Teddy Bears Picnic. Our Gift shop include ranges from 'Jelly Cat', 'Trendle Bears', and gifts for the home with a 'coastal' and 'country theme'. You can also pick up souvenirs for example our 'Amble by the sea' branded range of luxury shortcake and fudge to name a few. Wheelchair access and baby changing facility available.    
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Angie’s Tavern – Queen Street, Amble A lively bar which shows live football and racing on a big screen. A wide selection of beer, wine, spirits and shots are stocked and discos are held every Friday and Saturday nights and on bank holidays. Angie’s Tavern has darts, pool, domino and football teams.   Sunday Lunches served from 12 til 3pm. Telephone: 01665 713160
Blue Bell Albert Street, Amble The Blue Bell Inn was built in the mid 19th Century and was sited on what was previously called Blue Bell Row. A friendly welcome is always assured at this sociable local. The Blue Bell Inn stocks a wide range of beer, wine and spirits and hosts darts, pool and domino teams. Telephone: 01665 710431
eating and drinking in Warkworth The Hermitage Inn 23 Castle Street Warkworth NE65 0UL Tel: 01665 711258 Email: info@hermitageinnwarkworth.uk The Hermitage Inn is an 18th Century Grade II listed building.  It has been an Inn since it was first built and 'Hermitage Hotel' is marked on the 1st Edition Ordnance Survey Map dated 1860. Located adjacent to the Market Place near the junction between Castle Street and Bridge Street, the Hermitage Inn has been at the centre of village life in Warkworth and continues to play a key role in the life of this vibrant and notable village.
Inside the Hermitage, guests can appreciate the tastefully restored decor and surroundings which give clues to the Inn’s long history and status in the village. The Hermitage Inn takes its name from the Hermitage – a late medieval cave and the chapel of a solitary hermit which is located half a mile from Warkworth Castle on the River Coquet and accessible only by boat.