Experience what it is like to stay exclusively in your own country pub at this former 18th century ale house just a short walk from the popular coastal village of Craster and new to our collection for the 2016 summer season.
From the beautiful vintage furniture to the grand inglenook fireplace, this Craster holiday cottage has a real sense of history with appealing contemporary flourishes. Enjoy coastal walks, tasty seafood or explore Northumberland’s castles and attractions, as a couple or family, and retreat to the comfort of The Old Ale House at the end of the day.
No matter what season, it is always a great time to stay at The Old Ale House. Relax in the courtyard garden in the summer before heading down to the current village local, just metres away, The Cottage Inn, or for fantastic sea views, to The Jolly Fisherman. Or snuggle up in the lounge during the colder months with a few logs on the fire and a blanket on the sofa.
Sleeping up to five guests, it is ideal for a couple wanting space or a family getaway.
The Old Ale House Directory
Sleeps: Five guests in a master bedroom with king size bed and single sofa bed and a second bedroom with twin beds. One good-sized bathroom with freestanding bath and separate shower enclosure.
Cooking and Relaxing: Spacious dining kitchen with range cooker and door to garden, and cosy lounge with log burner.
Children: Travel cot, high chair and stairgate available plus books and games. Excellent proximity to Craster coast for rockpooling.
Other stuff: Parking for three cars and pet friendly.
Within walking distance:
Craster village and coast
The Jolly Fisherman and Cottage Inn pubs
The Shoreline Café
Children’s play park