Craster Cottages

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    Craster Reach: An immaculately-presented, coastal cottage set in the heart of Craster in Northumberland. Panoramic coastal views. Open plan accommodation. Multi-fuel stove. Harbour 2 mins walk. Alnwick 7 miles. (Ref. 921372)

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    Embleton Cottage: Delightful detached stone-built cottage in attractive Embleton. Comfortably furnished with pretty garden, short walk to sandy beaches and golf course. Craster 3 miles. (Ref. 562)

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    6 Sea Lane: A superb Embleton property with breathtaking views of Dunstanburgh Castle and Embleton Bay. Open fires. En-suites. Ideal for families. Craster 3 miles. (Ref. 20247)

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    The Lookout: Stunning Embleton property, luxurious five star accommodation for large parties with uninterrupted views of Dunstanburgh Castle and beautiful Embleton Bay. (Ref. 20248)

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    Grey Croft: Delightful, semi-detached converted barn on the Northumberland Heritage Coast near Embleton. Open plan accommodation with woodburner. Lovely views. Easy walk down to the beach. Kids’ play area, walking, cycling and golf close by. Craster 3 miles. (Ref. 917240)

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    Home Stead Cottage: Delightful semi-detached cottage. Lovely panoramic views towards Embleton Bay. Woodburner. Short drive to great pubs and restaurants. (Ref. 930498)

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    West Gate: Detached single-storey cottage near Embleton and Craster. Bright and airy. Woodburner, WiFi, hot tub, panoramic views to the sea. Beach just half a mile easy walk. Craster 3 miles. (Ref. 947951)

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    Bank Top Cottage: A beautiful, single-storey cottage near Embleton and Craster. Open plan, beams, trusses, woodburner, WiFi, hot tub, play area. Embleton Bay just half a mile walk across owner's pathway through fields. Craster 3 miles. (Ref. 949760)

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    Long Cart Cottage: Stone-built barn conversion on the Northumberland Heritage Coast near Embleton. Open plan accommodation. Stunning views towards the sea. Buggy friendly pathway down to the sea. Kids’ play area, walking, cycling and golf close by. Craster 3 miles. (Ref. 936518)

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    High Hemmel House: Stone-built cottage with hot tub and woodburner. WiFi. Short stroll to the beach, kids playground, shop, pub and restaurant 1 mile. (Ref. 930497)

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Just show me Craster Cottages

We have an exciting new addition to our selection of Craster holiday cottages - Craster Reach (Ref. 921372)!

Escape to the delightful village of Craster, situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on Northumberland's breathtaking coast.

No visit would be complete without a stop at L. Robinson & Sons' shop. This thriving fishing community is home to the kipper and Robinsons are internationally renowned for the quality and flavour of their humble smoked herring and exceptional smoked salmon. Imagine the breakfasts in your Craster holiday cottage!

Put on your boots and head for the coastal path. First stop, 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.

Trace the history of the Craster Family whom the village is named after and view their imposing residence, Craster Tower. Or step back to the Middle Stone Age in nearby Howick and explore the extraordinary remains of an ancient settlement. Enjoy a spot of bird-watching? Craster's local quarry has been transformed into a nature reserve, protected by the Northumberland Wildlife Trust. Craster's central location on the Heritage Coast makes it a perfect base for getting to know this wonderful county better, with The Alnwick Garden and the Northumberland National Park just two suggestions.

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