It’s a 15-minute walk into the village where you have a pub that is rated by serious real ale drinkers. At the Grey’s Inn, you can sample a pint of Alnwick Amber Ale or Tempest Brewery’s The Pale Armadillo and chat with the locals.
There is also the Blue Bell Inn with its three-course Italian-themed offers that won’t break the bank. The Dunstanburgh Castle Hotel, also in the village, has a reputation for fine dining. However, its all-day menu is reasonably priced and uses ingredients such as Swallows of Seahouses’ kippers, fresh crab and local oak-smoked salmon. Its beautiful gardens are dog-friendly too.
This is a part of the country with castles, ruined and intact, on every turn and most of these are on the stunning coastline. There are championship golf courses, quaint working harbours, islands that teem with birds and seals, and villages where it seems as if time has stood still.
Oystercatcher is a premium holiday home that will create many a happy memory for family and friends or at the Grey’s InnYoua group of mates just wanting to get away from it all yet still not wanting to compromise on quality.
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