Welcome To The Craster Arms – Beadnell
The Craster Arms Hotel is situated in the heart of the beautiful village of Beadnell in the ‘Secret Kingdom’ of the Northumberland Coast.
“The Craster Arms Hotel 15th – 18th Century. Purchased from John Swinburn in 1563 by Thomas Forster of Adderstone, whos son Thomas Forster the younger, left Beadnell Tower by will in 1587 to his eldest son Matthew. A succession of John Forsters followed and were the owners when the 18th century opened. The Old Tower by 1818 had come to serve as back premises of a public house once called The Bull Inn and now known as The Craster Arms Hotel.”
Beadnell In The 18th Century – Sir Edmund Craster
A traditional coaching Inn, steeped in history, the Craster Arms has much to offer.
The bar of the Craster Arms Hotel offers a range of local and continental beers along with a selection of fine wines, providing the perfect accompaniment to a delicious meal prepared by our talented kitchen brigade.
The menu features a collection of traditional fayre finished with a contemporary twist and is sure to satisfy the heartiest of appetites.
Whether you visit us to stay, to dine or just for a relaxing drink, you can be assured of a warm and friendly Northumbrian welcome.