- £875 per week
- £125 per night
- 4 Guests
- 2 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- No Pets
- Open fire or woodburner
- Welcome pack
- Harbour views
- Countryside views
- Sea or coastal views
Beds & bedrooms
- Bed linen provided
- 1 king/super-king bed
- 2 single beds
- Washing machine
- Tumble dryer
- 2 WCs
- Towels provided
- En-suite bathroom
- Wet room
- Family friendly
- Travel cot
- Garden, courtyard or patio
- Private parking
- Secure bicycle storage
- Walk-in shower
- Ground floor WC
- Ground floor bedroom
- Ground floor bath/shower room
- Wet room
Important - please note
- Check in: 4:00pm
- Check out: 10:00am
Read the full Access Statement for this property.
Upside down living and retro styling, with fifties flourishes and modern luxury elements where it matters, Craster Waves is one of the most popular pads in our collection due to its staggering sea views from its position overlooking Craster's rocky shoreline. Adjacent to our Craster Rocks Retreat, and from the same owners, it also benefits from being at the start of the walk along the coastline to the iconic ruins of Dunstanburgh Castle on the headland.
Following the overwhelming popularity of our Craster Rocks Retreat, the owners could not resist using the adjacent land to build Craster Waves. In similar architectural style to Craster Rocks, but with the addition of contemporary style features such as a glazed balcony and fully opening bi-fold doors, the building of this cottage combines with a redesign of the outside space of both cottages, to bring the whole site up to date with a well-planned landscaping scheme to suit the needs of discerning holidaymakers.
The owners love all things retro and have reflected this throughout, having spent time sourcing furniture and features in this style to complete the interior scheme. The first floor open plan living space maximises the superb sea views from this spot, and the contemporary designer finish, all with a retro feel, will more than live up to this sought after location. Step out onto the glazed balcony where you can indulge in serious wave watching, or enjoy the scene from the comfort of the sofa by the log burning stove.
- Seafront cottage with living space and balcony on the first floor
- Prime location at the edge of Craster village as it meets the National Trust walk up to Dunstanburgh Castle
- Uninterrupted far-reaching sea views
- Short walk to the pub, fish restaurant, art gallery and café of Craster
- A retro feel interior scheme, with up to the minute luxuries, including Nespresso machine and log burner
- Rear garden with children's toys
- Bike storage by prior arrangement - please state the number of bikes at time of booking
- First floor open plan living/dining/kitchen area opening onto balcony with seating
- Master bedroom suite with king sized bed and ensuite wetroom
- Second bedroom with twin beds
- Family wetroom with shower over bath
- Open plan living/dining/kitchen area opening onto balcony with seating
- Glazed balcony off living space to front
- To the rear, lawned garden area
- Private parking for one car
- Oil central heating
- Log burner with a starter supply of logs
- Bedding and bath towels
- Starter supply of kitchen roll, dishwasher tablets, toilet roll, washing up liquid, salt and pepper
- Sewing kit
- First Aid kit
- Travel cot and high chair
- Cooker and hob
- Kitchen and tableware
- Nespresso machine
- Iron and ironing board
- Vacuum cleaner
- Mop, bucket, dustpan and brush
- Tea towels
- Dish cloths
- Oven gloves
- Smart TV
- Books and magazines
- Landline telephone with honesty box
- Toys and games
- Outdoor table and chairs
- Bike rack
- Key safe for independent arrival
We're thinking hard! Perhaps the bedrooms are a touch on the small side. It's a compact house but well designed. Being so near to the sea, the windows sometimes get covered in a fine layer of salt and birds nest in the eaves. To reach the drive of the house it is necessary to drive over some grass. This can sometimes get a bit muddy. If you have a precious low-slung car, you may not like this!
Wi-Fi access is sometimes a bit poor, slow and intermittent. This is BT and not the cottage. Please be aware of this if you are relying on internet access. Please note that Craster has a rocky coastline, no sandy beaches here.
Whilst we take great care to represent our properties and their facilities as accurately as possible, the décor, furnishings and facilities shown in images and video tours may occasionally be subject to minor change.
Craster Waves is very child-friendly. The garden to the rear of the property has a few pieces of toddler play equipment and the rocks close by make a great rock pooling paradise (with adult supervision).
Superb views and location - Dunstanburgh Castle to one side and great Jolly Fisherman pub to the other!
We've stayed at Craster Rocks a couple of times and chose this one as we were holidaying as a couple this time. It's been a great holiday and we will return later in the year.
This is our second time we have stayed here. Its so special being on the coastal path and on the edge of Craster. We were looking forward to the holiday so much given the cirumstances and we had a lovely relaxing time.
A five-minute walk will take you to Craster's Jolly Fisherman pub, the Mick Oxley art gallery, The Shoreline Café and the famous Robson's Smokery for Craster kippers to takeaway or enjoyed at its seafood restaurant.
For further information on the area, see our Craster section.