Awesome birthday weekend back in January. Came here as a child with my parents on a camping holiday and spent most of my time fishing of the harbour wall. This time we stayed in a house right on the edge of the sea with access to its own little stretch of rocky shoreline. The sunrises over the sea were fantastic to wake up to each day.
But if you are staying in Craster a must do is the walk along the coast to Lower Newton and the rewarding Ship Inn. Brews it’s own beer and lots of home cooked local food a brilliant spot.— Ian Rossin
Northumberland coast line has so many great places to visit including Bamburgh and its Castle and what has to be one of the best beaches in the uk. Holy island and its tidal causeway and unique recycled fishing boat sheds. I’d forgotten how great an area it is and so less crowed than the Yorkshire coast and only 30minutes further.
Craster has changed a bit, more of a holiday village than it use to be, but still has it delicious kippers from Robinson’s Smoke House. Food at the Jolly Fisherman Inn was excellent, definitely stop off if you are walking the coastal path, it runs through their beer garden or call in for a evening meal is highly recommended. Under new management so don’t believe some of the old reviews.
A must Ship Inn Lower Newton