Traditional cottage built in 1890 with original features and a warm and welcoming feel close to the beaches and within easy reach of local attractions. Perfect for a family getaway.
This pretty, 19th-century cottage is nestled in a peaceful hamlet on the Northumberland coast. Six guests are welcome at this welcoming characterful property which is just around the corner from a friendly local pub. The pretty fishing village of Craster is 1 mile away which has the remains of the pretty Dunstanburgh Castle.
The property boasts many traditional features such as exposed stone walls and wooden panels. On entering, you’ll find a cosy sunroom with comfortable seating, ideal for enjoying a peaceful morning coffee. The superb country-style kitchen is bright and airy, and well-equipped for you to cook up a storm. Find some great mod-cons in the lounge including a PlayStation 3 and Bluetooth speaker. Upstairs are the first two bedrooms while the second set of stairs take you to the fantastic master suite which has magnificent views of the coast. Outside is a patio area for al fresco dining in the evenings or sipping a morning coffee before a busy day exploring the area.
Craster is known as the ‘home of the kipper’ and it’s no surprise that you can find some fantastic seafood restaurants and some lovely country pubs here. Hop in the car and enjoy a family day out at Alnwick Castle (7 miles), home to Harry Potter-inspired events. While you’re here, visit the eclectic mix of shops and eateries or pick up some local produce to cook a meal at home. Join the Northumberland Coastal Path and take a stroll along the picturesque coastline, or head to the bustling seaside town of Seahouses (10 miles) and its lovely sandy beach.