Craster is set in some of the most atmospheric scenery Northumberland has to offer. The village perches above a tiny horseshoe harbour, and is famous for its Craster kippers which you can buy from Robson & Sons smokeries. There are great views of the romantic ruins of Dunstanburgh Castle, which is just a short walk north along the coast.
Craster is home to The Jolly Fisherman pub and restaurant and The Shoreline Café opposite or visit The Mick Oxley Art Studio. The Cottage Inn, in Dunstan also serves food. There is no beach here but a little further south is the hidden cove of Rumbling Kern, once the haunt of whisky smugglers.
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