A WALK and a welcome
WOMAN'S WEEKLY|November 09, 2021
We’ve put together four fabulous walks with watering holes – what better way to spend an autumn day
ZACHARY SWEENEY-LYNCH

Craster to Dunstanburgh Castle

Starting and ending in the picturesque fishing village of Craster, this gentle Northumberland amble is perfect for all abilities. Soak up stunning sea views as you trace a beachside trail to the ruins of Dunstanburgh Castle, a 14th-century fortress that can only be reached by foot.

Continue your stroll to the pristine Embleton Bay, or turn back to Craster where The Jolly Fisherman pub awaits (thejollyfisherman craster.co.uk). This cosy old establishment is full of charm and serves up freshly caught local seafood including Lindisfarne oysters and crab soup.

For a convenient hop home, book into Driftwood, an old fisherman’s cottage a stone’s throw from Craster harbour. Sleeps four for three nights from £365; cottages.com/cottages/ driftwood-13104

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