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Wow what a gorgeous little holiday, the cottage looks so snuggly. I think everyone should do at least one staycation a year, there's so many beautiful places right on our doorstep! PS so impressed at your skills getting you all in a selfie! I love travelling around the world, but the UK is just amazing and I really don't spend enough time exploring our beautiful country. I would love to rent a cottage for the week. That looks like a gorgeous little holiday cottage, I may have to set up a trip for myself!

What a stunning place to visit, we love idyllic little fishing villages and that cottage looks perfect for a relaxing time away x.

sweet women Mila

A safari and visiting Iceland are two of the things we want to do as well. I have never heard of Craster but looks really lovely and love the cottage. What a gorgeous cottage and that chef was a great idea. I shall have to look into a cottage or stately home for a special birthday next year. What a stunning cottage. I can imagine doing a beautiful photoshoot here that would be a lot of fun! What an absolutely beautiful cottage in such a gorgeous place!

The views are amazing. I don't think I would ever want to leave. I love a great staycation. Sometimes I think being on familiar territory means Love in craster enjoy a place even more. The cottage looks beautiful and the place is certainly somewhere I'd love to visit one day x. Wow, the photos look gorgeous!

This looks like such a Christmassy place! This sounds like my idea of heaven.

horny bitch Lucy

Secluded yet still with the internet Love in craster Funny having an Art Gallery, but no shop. Looks gorgeous x. It looks so amazing! I really want to go there now! I need to check up prices for the area :. This looks like a stunning place to spend some quality time with the family.

Britain is such a beautiful place and it's great to read your experience. Makes me want to book Cheers for sharing. What a stunning place to visit! I love visiting different places in Britain, can't beat a staycation! This cottage looks Love in craster homely and adorable. I really want to take a cottage break next year x.

Oh I love the look of this cottage - it is gorgeous! The pub and private chef sound fantastic too - sounds like a lovely break for you. Kaz x. I need to travel different places in Britain, looks like a lovely getaway place. Sounds like you had a lovely time. The snugly, mulled wine filled evenings sound lovely! Iceland is beautiful and can be pretty cheap sometimes if you look on sites like Wowcher. I loved it so much there. I've never really traveled around the UK but these cottages look pretty great, I'd love to visit and see what Northumberland has to offer. What a gorgeous weekend.

I am getting more and more tempted to just book a trip to Northumberland and the cottage sounds lovely. Craster sounds exactly as I always imagine the coast to be around there. Those views are breathtaking and it sounds like you had an amazing time! I love the area round there. We used to pop up after work at least one a week before we had. I think we need to revive the habit! Your photos look fab. Did you visit the Ship in Newton? It looks like you had a great time. The cottage looks so cozy and an ideal place to stay for a break especially around Christmas time x. This looks amazing - I've never gone on a 'staycation' before but I definitely need to, your trip sounds so fun!

I'd love you to Tweet your thoughts about this post nefamilyfun or leave a comment over on my Facebook fb. Craster Reach - A cottage from Sykes cottages in Northumberland. There are some things on my life bucket list that seem so far out of my reach that I wonder if I'll ever tick them off? African safari, soak in the Icelandic Springs, walk the streets of Hong Kong There is one thing on my list that is a little closer to home however and that was to stay in a cottage in Craster, Northumberland. Craster Reach Cottage was the perfect spot to enjoy some proper quality family time.

The cottage sleeps up to 6 people and has 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms over 3 floors. There was more than enough room for our brood Love in craster spread out and relax. Firstly I will say that my 9 year old was ecstatic to find decent wifi that actually worked throughout the whole house so he could still watch netflix in his bedroom. We definitely earned extra brownie points when he discovered this. Not that the whole holiday was about watching tv mind!

We loved the selection of board games, DVDs and jigsaws and as it was December the cottage had been decorated for Christmas which was a lovely touch. Our kids are huge chess fans and watching them wake up every morning to run downstairs and start a new game really made a welcome change why don't they do this at home?? The oversized distressed wooden dining table really encouraged us all to eat together as a family every evening rather than a TV dinner or kids eating separately to us which happens more often than I'd care to admit at home.

Craster harbour was literally on our doorstep and we enjoyed our daily walks watching the fishermen and exploring the cove. More often than not we would have the whole place to ourselves and it was like our own little secret. The Jolly Fisherman pub is just a few doors away from Craster Reach Cottage and welcoming to both dogs and children.

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We enjoyed a few drinks and light lunch after one of our afternoon walks over the weekend of our stay. Steve recommends the honey roast ham sandwiches. Fabulous homemade chips from The Jolly Fisherman. Our nights were spent drinking mulled wine us - not the kids! As we were only an Love in craster away from home and it was my birthday my parents kindly offered to have the kids overnight at their house one evening which meant that Steve and I could enjoy a drink or two and we had a break from getting up super early for the school run.

We started our child-free afternoon with a trip to The ers Arms in Newton-by-the -sea which is around a 10 minute drive from Craster. Although parking can be an issue sometimes, the food, service and ambience more than made up for it. Think real fires, twinkling lights, cocktails, real ales, very good local food and attentive service with a smile. We then headed back to Craster and spent the afternoon in The Jolly Fisherman by the fire listening to local tales, chatting to walkers after their trek to the castle and drinking lots of beer. It was heaven! I was disappointed that the pub don't serve food on a Monday evening and the restaurant at the Smokehouse was closed for winter meaning we had to head back to the cottage for dinner when I probably would have preferred to stay out.

Just a minor niggle though. The main talking point during our break was the simply stunning views. There isn't just one room with a view either, the cottage has been deed to make the most of it's spectacular position from EVERY room. You can look out to sea as you are loading the dishwasher, look over the sea, harbour and Dunstanburgh Castle with the sheep grazing in the surrounding fields from every bedroom and even take a shower looking out to coast should you desire. The best views were most definitely from the master suite on the first floor. Truly awesome.

Taken from the master suite. Our double bed was underneath a skylight and one Love in craster we climbed into bed and realised we hadn't closed the blinds. This was a lovely surprise though as it was a wonderfully clear evening and the dark skies meant that we could spot so many stars.

The sky was filled and it was definitely one of the best Northumberland dark skies experiences we've had to date! No photos but a memory I will always treasure. We decided to keep the skylight blinds open after that evening. As there aren't too many dining options in Craster, we decided to treat ourselves to a private chef in our cottage. He'll even do most of the washing up! We were served warming parsnip and ginger soup, locally sourced Cumin spiced lamb and winter berry cheesecake. It was such a treat and if you are staying in the North East I would definitely recommend booking Paul's Private Dining as a special treat.

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