Holiday Cottages In Craster To Rent
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With so many gorgeous views and hidden gems to explore, this spot is ideal for a cottage holiday. Make the most of the coastal paths, enjoy some bird watching and visit the nearby Dunstanburgh Castle. For more of the great outdoors, Northumberland National Park is less than an hour away. However, with such beautiful cottages to choose from it would be understandable to spend a lazy day or two in the comfort of your cottage.
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Russell - verified booking
"Directions to the property were OK but there are a number of cottages along the owner’s private drive, all of which have name signs at the front, except Farm Cottage. As there was no-one to greet us (the front door was left open) I couldn’t be sure if it was the right cottage. Unfortunately, it was.The cottage smelt of animals (dog and/or cat) both on the ground floor and in the bedroom, which is probably why the windows were left slightly open. The kitchen lights didn’t work so I phoned the owner to inform her. The mobile number was unavailable despite 3 calls but 2 hours later the owner called back on my number - not knowing who I was. I was out trying to find somewhere to eat. The owner said I should ‘toggle’ the light switch in a certain order with other switches. When I got back to Farm Cottage I tried all kinds of ‘toggling’ but still couldn’t get the lights to work.I didn’t intend to eat out and had brought food from home for the first night of our stay. However, when we open the oven a grill door we found the condition of it was quite disgusting with old food (mainly burnt cheese I think) that had dripped from a grill onto the base of the oven. I didn’t inspect too carefully beyond that, because I couldn’t see too well in torchlight, but I had no doubt that the oven and grill was not fit/pleasant to use.The owner asked me if the large brown stain on the lounge ceiling, caused by a water leak, would cause me a problem but I confirmed that, compared with no kitchen lights or oven, it would not.The bed was comfortable and bed linen was clean so my wife and I were looking forward to a good nights sleep after a 5 hour journey. Unfortunately, a very large bat came in through the open window, just after we had got into bed, and began flying around. Despite 2 hours of trying with the use of a large towel I could not drive the bat out of the room either through the window or through the bedroom door. Of course, this was not the fault of the owner but for us, knowing that the bat would keep us awake all night, it was the final straw. We decided to give up on this unfortunate short break, put our unpacked bags back in the car and drove 4.5 hours through the night to get back home at 5.00am."
Stephanie - verified booking
"Blacksmiths is a lovely cottage decorated and furnished to a high standard. It is comfortable with plenty of room for 4 people although it would sleep 6. The dining area would be more cramped with 6. The kitchen appliances are also of a high standard. However, I would suggest adding some serving dishes, microwaveable cooking dishes and a few more saucepans, especially if catering for 6 people. We had a problem with the heat alarm in the kitchen, which went off about every 15 minutes for no reason on or second evening in the cottage. We had to disable it. I called the emergency number and we had a very quick response. The man who came replaced the battery and asked us to let him know if it didn't resolve the issue. It resolved the problem for two days before it started again. Having rung the cottages office, and electrician came out very quickly and replaced the faulty item. Thank you for dealing with it efficiently.The bathrooms/ensuites are fitted to a high standard as are the bedrooms. The main downside for us was the location. Although the cottage is in a rural, peaceful and central location, it is still a 20 minute plus journey to the main attractions. There are no footpaths from the cottage and no amenities with walking distance. The pub is shown in the information as being under a mile. It is in fact 1.2 miles. This in itself is well within walking distance, but the walk is down a narrow road so particularly pleasant and not suitable for evenings. Having said that, we had a lovely time in the Blacksmiths and we would go there again."
Heather - verified booking
"An excellent cottage for two people and one dog. Well equipped, modern, clean, comfortable, quiet. We were blessed with good weather too. Nothing much in the village of Rock. The surrounding area is outstanding, I visited the amazing Alnwick Garden and Castle (no dogs allowed there sadly) but husband and dog took to the Cheviot Hills for an adventure of their own, perfect in this case. Lindisfarne was wonderful, make sure you see the tiny Gertrude Jekyll garden. The sandy beaches are wonderful, Embleton, Beadnell, Bamburgh and Alnmouth, all worth a visit, un-commercialised which we liked, so you need to be organised with food and water etc. and all dog friendly. Lots of other interesting places to visit. We also cycled, nice quiet roads and some cycle routes too. Craster, is a lovely little harbour village, make sure you take a trip down there too.The only tiny thing is that the garden area did not have a gate so we had to keep the dog tied up to the fence or he would have gone rabbiting! A wonderful part of the country to visit."
Mrs. - verified booking
"The Cottage itself was lovely. Very clean and well equipped. Only negative is the shower upstairs is very compact and not much height room. The other major issue for us was the walk to the beach and where it was located. We had a dog and did not realise that you had to walk through a working farm and road was very narrow sometimes not even accommodating 2 cars being able to pass each other. Also it was about a mile and a quarter to walk one way so was bit too far for my disabled husband to walk there and back. We did drive down though and there were 2 sets of gates to open and close on the way down but the beach was lovely very secluded and never too busy even on a bank hoiday. No pub nearby either to have a meal but there was a co-op nearby but nothing else in the village. Also it was stated to let dogs use the front garden which was lovely and long but unfortunately was on main road through the village with quite a small wall so could not leave dog out unattended."
Jay - verified booking
"Situated in corner of small rural housing development - found location good and some lovely walks around Rock estate too, stunning night sky on a clear night. There is a pub about 2miles away and a farm cafe the other way, otherwise Alnwick(lovely) is your nearest about 10mins drive which has all the amenities you could want.I liked the location and that is what would make me return. Just a couple miles of A1 and beaches another few miles away.Property was very nice and comfy and warm. Good beds and lovely enclosed garden.If I have negatives has to be some of the kitchen things need replacing ie oven tray etc, I kept my bread in a carrier bag for a week - no bread bin. Also the TV is a wee small for such a large and lofty lounge, think a newer model needed and the old one would go well in the space made for a tv in main bedroom, even has an ariel cable? Wifi is good but not to far away from hub, good speeds so ideal for Netflix...if they had a smart tv."