Built in 1906 by the Craster family, the quaint harbour of Craster nestled into the rocks, will bring a smile to your face. Craster has long been associated with the finest kippers and the aroma from the old smokery adds to the atmosphere of this wonderful place.
The one and a half mile walk along the cliff tops to the jagged ruins of the 14th century Dunstanburgh Castle offers you spectacular views of the North Northumberland coastline. A walk not to be missed!
The interaction of the sea and land has created a rich mix of habitats throughout the area, supporting a wide range of wildlife of international importance. The whole shoreline is designated a ‘Site of Special Scientific Interest’.