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From your Craster holiday cottage, the sublime beauty of Northumberland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is awaiting to be explored. Discover a dramatic coastline lined with endless beaches, wildlife and precious scenery.

Why Craster?

From exploring the historical delights of Dunstanburgh Castle and Howick Hall and Gardens, to soaking up the sun along the coastal path, it's easy to see why tourists from all over fall in love with this fishing village. From your Craster accommodation you can meander along the attractive harbour before immersing yourself in the fishing community spirt and heading to the world-renowned L. Robson & Sons to pick up the legendary 'Craster Kippers'. Imagine the culinary delights that you could rustle up from your self catering cottage in Craster! For further ways to spend your Craster holiday, browse our Northumberland travel guide.

Places to Visit near Craster

For a memorable day out, be sure to walk the coastal path which will take you past the striking ruins of Dunstanburgh Castle, perched on a windswept headland and battered by gunfire in the War of the Roses. With waves crashing against the rocks, the scene's a theatrical one not-to-be-missed. Continue on to the sugary sands of Embleton Bay, keeping your eyes peeled for the 'vanishing rock', and further still to Beadnell and the bustling town of Seahouses - a ten-mile stretch in total. Other places to visit from our Craster holiday cottages include Alnmouth, Alnwick and Bamburgh.

Types of Holiday

If you are looking to bring along your canine companion, be sure to take a look at our dog-friendly cottages in Northumberland, or if you are looking for a touch of luxury, there are a number of cottages in Northumberland with hot tubs.

Whatever you do, wherever you go, your Craster cottage holiday will be one to remember!