Craster village is the most quintessential coastal fishing village along the Northumberland coast with a lovely traditional harbour. A little further south of the village is the hidden cove of Rumbling Kern, once the haunt of whisky smugglers bootlegging their contraband up and down the coastline

Craster Kippers – The traditional smokehouse of L. Robson & Sons Ltd, is a unique family business, which has been producing some of the world’s finest smoked salmon and kippers for almost 100 years

Dunstanburgh Castle stands on a remote headland north of Craster. Built on a grand scale the ruins are very dramatic, and the towering south gatehouse is very imposing. The castle was built by, Earl Thomas of Lancaster, who began construction of the fortress in 1313, and the latest archaeological research indicates that he built it on a far grander scale than was originally recognised

The Jolly Fisherman Pub combines stunning sea views with delicious home cooking and beautifully kept ales. This tastefully refurbished pub has tradition and character at its heart. Great care has been taken to retain the charm of this historic pub with stone flagged floors, low beamed ceilings and comfortable seating. In the winter months, you can relax by one of our roaring open fires and in the summer enjoy the view from one of the most spectacular beer gardens in Northumberland.