- Smart TV
- Wood Burning Stove
- Washing Machine
- Off Road Parking
- Enclosed Garden
- High Chair available
- Travel Cot available
- Ground Floor Bedroom
- Coastal Village
- Pub - within 1 mile
- Off-Road Parking
- Open Fire/Wood burner
- Ground Floor Bedroom
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Shoreline Café – 200 metres
Alnwick – 7 miles
Alnmouth Train Station – 8 miles
Dustanburgh Castle – 1.3 miles
Embleton Bay – 3 miles
Bamburgh Beach – 13 miles
A lovely property for an Autumn break
A well appointed property in an excellent location, with coastal walks from the door and a very nice pub serving good food within a couple of hundred yards.
A larger cafetière or perhaps a second one would be useful but other than that we had all that we needed for a lovely Autumn break.
Apart from the coast, visits to Alnwick and Morpeth were very much enjoyed.
This place is Beautiful!
This cottage is just amazing, from the initial view walking up the immaculate garden and path, to an absolutely stunning cottage inside, you will not have a nicer holiday stay. The cottage has been fitted out to an exceptionally high standard and the layout was just fantastic for our holiday, breakfast on the patio, dinner in the dining room, drinks before dinner in the kitchen and to relax in the living room in the sumptuous sofa's. the attention to detail is second to none. the view from the harbour, while having breakfast outside was our most memorable moments for sure. The beds are so comfortable and bedrooms well laid out and suited our families requirements perfectly with en-suite bathrooms. I cannot praise how nice this property is and how much of a nice time you will have at this cottage. this is one of the nicest, well appointed cottages we have stopped in. The other favourite thing of ours were the two window seats, perfect for watching the sea and the weather come in and to drink a nice mug of tea, while reading or snoozing! perfect! This is a perfect place to stay to explore Northumberland, I can recommend the Craster kipper sandwiches at the Craster car park just up the road, especially the bacon one with Haggis in, called Auchter Muchty. Food at the local pub is to die for, (just remember to book well in advance to get a table), recommend the fish platter but all the food is nice especially the Sunday dinner, as well as the Craster kippers from the smoker on the Harbour side. This is our second time visiting Craster and we will definitely book again for next year. If "Carlsberg" made holiday cottages, this would be it.
A chilled relaxing and cosy stay at Harbourway
Harbourway sits above the lovely quiet Craster Harbour.
The house has been lovingly and sensitively renovated to provide very comfortable cosy and practical living with all that you need and more for a relaxing time away.
Enjoy the evenings in the garden with a beer or vino just watching the empty harbour and the ever-changing sea and skyline!