- Embleton, Northumberland
If it’s anything like Saturday gone ..I would suggest going around about breakfast time ..or during the week ..or on a nasty rainy day ..Posted 3 months ago
Queues out of the door at the Ship Inn in Low Newton had me cursing blowing a quid in the car park up the road ..
Moving on to Craster ..it was closed ..or might as well have been as there wasn’t a single parking space to be had ..getting a bit naffed off now as my stomach was grumbling we went for a safe bet at the Hogs Head in Alnwick ..which was surprisingly good ..
Good luck !
We toured the car park and joined a line of cars which went around once then out again ..and ignoring the signs saying no public parking beyond this point went down to the Jolly Fisherman (I remembered that there were a few spaces in front of the pub ) ..but those spaces were taken too ..and not having any further idea as to where to park ..headed off to Alnwick ..Posted 3 months agobikebouySubscriber
We park on the lane before you get into Craster, pointless even driving past the little T junction after the stone gate. Drive down, don’t turn right into Craster but turn left along the lane (like everyone else)
The beaches are shit, and the people are grumpy.
Don’t Go is my overall statement.Posted 3 months agogobuchulMember
As above, The Joiners at High Newton, Jolly Fisherman at Craster, Craster Arms at Beadnell.
The Ship is not a “Sunday Roast” type place, also ruined by Tarquin and his pals ordering coffee and hot chocolate, which takes ages to serve. If you want a coffee **** off to a cafe, don’t go to a micro brewery.
The Longstone House Hotel at North Sunderland/Seahouses, has very good food, decent beer and plenty of parking to.Posted 3 months ago
You must be logged in to reply to this topic.