A superbly decorated and luxurious property with beautiful views of the harbour and out to sea. Enjoy cosy nights in front of the roaring wood burner or unwind and relax in the fantastic copper bath.
Whether you are drawn to the picture-postcard views of bobbing boats and sandy shores or the local delicacy of smoked kippers, Craster is a charming destination for your holiday. Sleeping five guests in a lavish setting, this property has marvellous views of the village and plenty of home comforts for families and small groups alike. Return from bracing walks along the coastline to luxuriate in the deep copper bath, and tuck into some local fare over a glass of wine in front of the wood burner.
Stylish and contemporary with a traditional twist, the interior of this stone property combines comfortable furniture with a hint of luxury. The open-plan living space has a dual-aspect wood burner for chilly nights, which is best appreciated over dinner at the table or whilst watching a film in the lounge. Cook up a storm in the elegant kitchen or perch at the breakfast bar with a glass of wine, stepping through the French doors to watch the boats from the seating area. Upstairs, the three bedrooms are ideal for a restful night’s sleep, two of which feature their own en-suite washing facilities including the master suite with its deep copper bath. Completing the property is a useful shower room.
Boasting traditional inns, a pretty shop and a popular smokehouse, Craster is brimming with potential for a seaside break in Northumberland. Sample the catch of the day fresh from the sea, relax on the sandy beach, or lace up your boots and walk the 0.5-mile route to Dunstanburgh Castle to soak up some history. Further afield, Howick Hall, 3 miles away, is an excellent destination for a day trip, especially if you take the time to spot the resident wildlife en route.