Over 200 years old The Old Storehouse has a history full of character and personality that is evident in the feel of the building.

The Old Storehouse dates back to the 18th Century when it was part of a working farm in the grounds of Amble House. The site that now holds a great eatery and somewhere to enjoy a quiet drink with friends was once the grain store for a grand house which was demolished in 1970.


Sections of this building are over 200 years old, and although they have been sympathetically extended and renovated over the years they still hold the character and features from original use. It was in 1964 that the local council bought farm land from the Amble House estate to develop a caravan site which is still present today as Amble Links Coastal Retreat and Holiday Park.


Park Leisure took over the site in 2002 with a view to offer affordable luxury for every holiday home owner. Our customer focused philosophy and commitment translates to The Old Storehouse; we want to offer locals, owners and holiday makers the luxury park leisure has to offer and the incredible service you deserve.