Seascape is a fantastic Northumberland Coastal Cottage and is just metres from the sea’s edge. With far-reaching views over the water towards the horizon, this detached recently built stone house offers bags of outside space in a peaceful location at the southern edge of Craster village. Internally, a first floor living room with log-burner maximises the views and benefits from a balcony from which to sit and gaze out to sea.
Craster is a charming yet quirky fishing village, characterised by small stone cottages overlooking the tiny harbour, is today best known for its kippers, iconic castle and art. The smokery still cures fish in the traditional oak-smoked way, Mick Oxley has his new gallery here and the walk from the village to the dramatic ruins of Dunstanburgh Castle is one of those ‘walks you must do before you die’ and is popular with walkers even in the heights of winter.