Stunning Accommodation on the Northumberland Coast
Craster is a small, beautiful fishing village situated 6 miles north east of Alnwick on the Northumberland coast.
The history of the village can be traced back to the days of William de Craucetr in the 13th century. Today fishing boats and lobster pots line the harbour area.
The bank from the harbour heading south leads to the famous Jolly Fisherman public house situated opposite the smokery, where kippers and salmon are still prepared using the traditional method of oak smoking. Further on leads to local seascape artist, Mick Oxley's gallery and Shoreline Cafe & Shop and Shoreline Accommodation.
Our cottages, Harbourway and Driftwood are located 1 minute walk from the harbour. Shoreline Cafe & Shop and Shoreline Accommodation are conveniently located 2 minutes walk away, opposite local seascape artist, Mick Oxley's gallery.
Heading north at the harbour is the start of the famous walk and path that leads to Dunstanburgh castle.
Stay Craster guests can enjoy tasteful decor, fresh linen on the beds, the warmth of the log burning stoves in the spacious living rooms and the relaxing family, or indulgent en suite bathrooms in our luxury cottages Harbourway and Driftwood, which both feature beautiful harbour views.
Our kitchens are fully equipped with cooking utensils, feature gas hobs, belfast sinks and dishwashers. But if your idea of a holiday doesn't include slaving away in the kitchen, Shoreline Cafe & Shop has a delightful range of light lunches, hot and cold drinks, freshly baked cakes and pastries as well as seasonal locally sourced hot food.
Shoreline Accommodation sets a new standard of B & B. The rooms have double or twin beds and are conveniently located for exploring Craster and the Northumberland coast.
Harbourway and Driftwood cottages and Shoreline Cafe & Shop and Shoreline Accommodation are perfect for romantic get-aways, adventure breaks, family holidays and group celebrations in Craster, Northumberland.
Eat, sleep, drink Craster? Stay Craster!