About the property
- Separate WC's0
- Minimum Stay0 - 7 nights
House, 2 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, (Sleeps 4)
This 19th-century former fisherman’s stone cottage stands in a lovely position, 200 metres from the harbour, in a popular coastal village of Craster. Famous for its smoked kippers and cliff scenery with stunning walks along to Dunstanburgh Castle, once voted one of the top walks in England. Tastefully furnished and decorated, Driftwood has been renovated to provide good quality holiday accommodation with lovely harbour views from the pretty outdoor decked area. The beach beyond at Embleton, 1½ miles, is an unspoilt golden beach suitable for all ages. Alnwick the ducal town with cobbled street , a choice of eateries and shops, and not to be missed majestic castle and enchanting water gardens is only 6 miles. The friendly village pub and café cater for all age groups, only a 2-minute walk away. Newcastle and Scottish Borders 35 miles. Shop and pub ¼ mile.
- Response time:
- within one hour
- Calendar last updated:
- May 26, 2018
A lovely well appointed cottage in a beautiful village
The Cottage was tastefully decorated and very well appointed. We had a lovely first few days but sadly The Beast From The East spoilt the remainder of our holiday as we were snowed in and anxiety of food running out and getting home was stressful. Thank goodness for the owners DVD’s! and the local Jolly Fisherman pub came in handy too. Due to the extreme cold we weren’t as warm as we’d have liked at first soon getting through the curtesy basket of logs and £40 worth we’d bought. The owners were very helpful and pointed out there was an electric fire and that saved us. We did feel the property would benefit from proper central heating to supplement the log burner in very cold weather. The owners were in constant touch with us which was reassuring and felt they couldn’t have done more given we were cut off. Wouldn’t let this stop us from going back just not this time of year again.
Home from home
Lovely property in fab location. Would definitely stay again.