The 30-bedroom new build pub with rooms on Sandpiper Way is in the popular seaside town on Amble at the gateway to the Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, close to the town’s popular harbour village, the RSPB seabird sanctuary of Coquet Island and spectacular Druridge Bay.
The Amble Inn is open all day, every day for homemade food, drinks and rooms, welcomes families and is walkers, cyclists and pet friendly.
The Amble Inn general manager Chris Taylor said: “The Amble Inn is a great new addition to Amble and Northumberland. The community here have been crying out for a hotel for many years.
“The Amble Inn fills a long-standing gap for all year-round, affordable accommodation, as well as providing people with a really lovely new environment to eat and drink in.
“We are looking forward to giving people a great experience whether they are staying, eating or enjoying a drink in the bar with us.”