- £510 per week
- £73 per night
- 6 Guests
- 3 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathroom
- No Pets
Beds & bedrooms
- Bed linen provided
- 2 double beds
- 2 single beds
- Washing machine
- 1 bathroom
- 1 WC
- Towels not provided
- Welcome pack
- Harbour views
- Sea or coastal views
- Pony trekking/horse riding
- Enclosed garden
- Private parking
Important - please note
- Check in: 14:00
- Check out: 10:00
DescriptionWith full, uninterrupted views of Craster harbour and the North Sea from all front windows, Fisherman's Cottage provides a tranquil holiday setting with an idyllic garden embedded into the harbour walls, affording breath-taking views. This mid-terraced stone cottage has been owned by the same family for over 100 years and improvements have been made over time so that it now offers comfortable accommodation for 6 people over 3 floors.
Situated in the centre of this thriving coastal village the cottage has a rear grassed garden and both on and off road parking, a must in the height of the season. Just over the road from the front door, towards the harbour, is a delightful small enclosed garden with bench seat, wooden table and chairs - so tempting to sit out with a cup of tea, the newspapers and relax as the harbour activity captivates you!
Craster, steeped in local tradition and centred on the harbour, is now a thriving tourist spot with artist's gallery, enviable food at The Jolly Fisherman Inn and the hugely popular working smoke house producing Robson's Craster Kippers! The Coastal Path leads from the heart of Craster northward across the grassed shoreline towards Dunstanburgh Castle and then on to the sandy beaches at Embleton, Newton by The Sea and northwards to Beadnell and beyond.
- The main entrance from car parking area is via the rear door into a porch which also houses the fridge and freezer
- Front door accesses from the harbour road and leads into small entrance hall
KitchenThe compact but versatile kitchen is well equipped with good cookware, crockery, cutlery and glassware
- Electric oven and hob
- Washing machine
- Fridge and freezer are situated in the adjacent rear porch
- Note this property does not have a dishwasher.
Dining RoomThe separate dining room is adjacent to both the kitchen and lounge
- Dining table & chairs
- Built in dresser and storage cupboards
- Portable flat screen TV
- CD player
LoungeTo the front of the house with outstanding views of the Harbour
- A comfortable carpeted room with seating for up to 6
- Coffee tables
- Large TV
- DVD Player
Bedrooms and Bathroom
- 2 first floor double bedrooms - one to front of house with sea views
- Family bathroom (bath with shower over) whb and wc
- 2nd floor twin bedroom with harbour views
- Selection of Books and Games
- Portable flat screen TV in Dining Room
- CD player.
- DVD player
Outside FacilitiesTo the Rear
- Parking for 2 cars (not immediately adjacent but close to the property)
To the Front
- Across a minor lane, a tiered garden with patio furniture overlooking Craster Harbour
- On-street parking - not designated
- Bedding (duvets per bed & 2 pillows per person)
- Bed linen - towels are not provided
- Iron & ironing board
- Vacuum cleaner
- Cleaning materials
- Night storage, electric convector and oil filled radiator heating
- There is a telephone installed with an 'Honesty Box' as there is poor mobile reception in Craster
Special Notes and ConditionsNotes and Conditions:
- There is a telephone installed with an 'Honesty Box' as there is poor mobile reception in Craster.
- Regret cot, stair gate and high chair are NOT available.
Read the full Access Statement for this property.
Been to Craster several times, stayed in different cottages. Good value for the price, amazing views over harbour and sea.
Wow. Waking up to the amazing Craster harbour views on a sunny late summer's morning has got to be one of the best experiences one can have for a UK holiday. Sitting in the cottage's little garden with an early morning coffee, you can hear a pin drop; just birds singing and the gentle lap of water. Sublime. Craster really is the place for you if you want to get away from it all. The cottage's location is amazing - seconds walk from the well trodden coastal path towards Dunstanburgh Castle in one direction and the more secluded (but equally lovely) route along the south coast. Great location for access to the whole Northumberland coastline and only 20 minutes off the A1. Great pub and restaurant on the doorstep. The cottage itself is cozy. Plenty of sleeping accommodation (would maybe be a touch light on comfy seating if all rooms occupied?). A well equipped if small kitchen; it had everything we needed. Fast wifi was a bonus as we could take our Firestick for Netflix etc. Designated parking space to the rear was also a major benefit. Loved everything about our week in Craster and would definitely return to Fisherman's Cottage.
We stay in holiday cottages all over the country but have returned to Fisherman's Cottage more often than to any other (beginning to lose count of our repeat visits). As said in previous reviews, its situation overlooking Craster harbour is splendid and we spend a lot of time sitting out in the delightful harbourside garden, peacefully drinking in the comings and goings of the boats and birds (eider, turnstone, redshank and oyster catcher prominent within the harbour itself, terns, gannets and dolphin spotted in the waters just beyond the entrance). it is interesting to watch the passersby too who give us envious glances as we sip our morning coffee and afternoon tea among the neighbouring roses, and this year we enjoyed our ringside seats for the annual lifeboat fete as well. There are fine coastal walks both north and south from the door, and a wealth of other magnificent walks near at hand. The cottage benefits from its ownership having been retained within the original fisherman family, which is shown not only in interesting historical photographs on the walls but also in the very careful and thoughtful upkeep and equipping. We love the fact that the cottage feels more of a home than a holiday let. We are grateful to have been able to think of it as our home once again for two glorious weeks in August.
We have stayed at Fisherman's Cottage twice, now and I suspect we will be back again. The cottage is homely and well maintained. It is in a spectacular location with inspiring views.
The beauty of Fisherman's cottage is its stunning location, perched on the edge of the harbour with views to the open sea. The village is pretty, peaceful, the people very friendly. A lovely pub serves good seafood, a lovely restaurant serves very good seafood indeed, all with charming and welcoming service. The cottage itself is smart, clean, and has all you need. Having spoken to the delightful owner before heading to Northumberland, we did not need to contact him once there as all was in place. Castles and the coast and the fabulous landscape - it was a very lovely week. Thank you to the Kellys!
With full, uninterrupted views of Craster harbour and the North Sea from all front windows, this mid-terraced 3 storey stone cottage has been owned by the same family for over 100 years and improvements have been made over time so that it now offers comfortable accommodation for 6 people
Situated in the centre of Craster, the cottage has a rear grassed garden and both on and off road parking, a must in the height of the season. Just over the road from the front door, towards the harbour, is a delightful small enclosed garden with bench seat, wooden table and chairs.
Craster, steeped in local tradition and centred on the harbour, is now a thriving tourist spot with working smoke house producing Robson's Craster Kippers, as well as a few local eateries.