Anstruther Accommodations

Accommodations in Anstruther

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The SpacePrivate and huge spa bathroom. Perfect for 2 or 4 people travelling together, these two double bedrooms are a perfect retreat & just 8 miles to St. Andrews. Guest AccessGuest have private floor to themselves with spa bathroom and two double bedrooms. We leave out breakfast and hot drinks in our kitchen so people can come and go as they please. Meals can be eaten in our dining room. Free high speed wifi. Interaction with GuestsWe are usually on hand to give advice on local attractions but leave you the freedom to get on with your holiday. The NeighborhoodPittenweem lies in the East Neuk of Fife close to St Andrews. It is one of several pretty fishing villages all within 10 miles. The coastal path is one of the finest walks anywhere! Of course, St Andrews is famous for golf but it is also home to a world class university, ancient cathedral and castle. The West sands beach is a great walk with plenty of good restaurants to reward your strenuous efforts! We are within easy driving distance of Stirling, Edinburgh, Falkirk and Glamis Castle. Getting AroundThere is a frequent bus service around the East Neuk of Fife and to St. Andrew's but most guests find it easiest to drive themselves. Other Things to NoteOne bedroom is £50 per night, but both can be taken together for £90.
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The SpaceEnjoy historic Scottish accommodation near St Andrews within sight of Kingsbarns Golf Links and the sea. Unmatched tranquillity and character in bed & breakfast, self catering or serviced apartments. For a single traveller, a romantic weekend, family holiday, golfing party or that significant reunion in Scotland. There is a unique quality about Cambo, home to the Erskine Family since 1688, that entices guests back year after year. Their impressive Victorian mansion house, built in 1881, lies at the heart of a 1200 acre estate in one of the most unspoiled areas of Scotland. The family welcomes you to share the comfort and spaciousness of their home, absorb the beauty of the gardens, woodland walks and shoreline and unwind in the informal, restful atmosphere that makes Cambo so special. Arriving as guests, leaving as friends, couples, families, and larger groups are all enticed back year after year to unwind in the informal, restful atmosphere that makes Cambo so special.
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The Spacethis is a large sunny double bedroom with a sofa and large desk the bathroom has a walk in shower and a bath Guest AccessI am happy for the guests to use the kitchen to make a meal I will provide a simple breakfast of porridge, or cereal with homemade bread and homemade jams we will share the bathroom with power shower Interaction with Gueststhe rooms are all large and the house is south facing so the rooms are sunny and bright. The NeighborhoodAnstruther is a small town with a history of fishing, it has great little shops, a Co-op supermarkert 5 minutes walk away, plenty coffee shops bars, good restaurants and of course the great Fish and Chip shop not to be missed. The ferry which starts the beginning of April takes visitors to the Isle of May which is famous for the puffins . We have the Fisheries museum well worth a visit. Lovely coastal walks to the other villages along the coast each with its own personality. Crail 4 miles along the coast has an Arts Festival the last 2 weeks of July, Pittenweem in the other direction also has an Arts Festival the 1st week in August, in Anstruther there is coastal rowing regatta in May. There are tennis courts, and bowling greens, a nine hole golf course and within a few miles there are many other golf courses and the very famous Old Course in St Andrews(website hidden). St Andrews is only 15 minutes drive (website hidden) St Andrews has many attractions with wonderful beaches, Cathedral and castle Getting Around good transport links to St Andrews and Edinburgh the Fife coastal path comes right through Anstruther The East Neuk is a string of 5 little villages all with the fishing industry history
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4br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThe Space We are letting the whole of our house for a few months this year including June , July and August. It is ideally situated just 20 mins by car 30mins by bus from St Andrews in the small coastal village of Anstruther with a 9 hole golf course at the end of the street. 1 twin bedroom upstairs, downstairs double bedroom ( comfortable and firm matress) access to wetroom (not ensuite) . 2 upstairs double bedroom with spectacular sea views .There are 2 bathrooms one upstairs and one downstairs. This means that our space is wheel chair accessible downstairs. There is also a good sized kitchen and a large sun room with dining area and sitting area with amazing views of the Isle of May, harbour and village of Anstruther. We also have a snug TV room (this room also has a fold down double bed making max. Accommodation to 10) a games room with a pool table for children or adults. The garden wall is the sea wall but the garden is sheltered and a brilliant spot for sunbathing or barbecues. The rooms are comfortable and clean, its the situation and views which are great. We enjoy meeting new people and can give local info as we have lived here for nearly 20 years! Guest AccessYou would be renting the whole house and garden area. The house can sleep 8 people comfortably, 3 double rooms, and 1 twin bedded room. There is also a fold down double bed in the living room if required which would allow 2 more to stay. It would be suitable for a large family or a group. Interaction with GuestsWe normally let rooms in our house but we will be going on holiday while we let our entire home at this time. Someone will be here at the beginning of your stay to answer questions and show you how things work. We will then leave you to enjoy your stay while we go on holiday. We will be accessible by phone if you have any queries. The NeighborhoodThe Neighbourhood Anstruther is a picturesque small coastal village, once a fishing harbour now a haven for leisure boats. There is plenty to do locally, bird or seal watching on the Isle of May with regular boat trips in the summer and many golf courses with St Andrews less than 15 miles away. There are many other small fishing villages to explore as we are right on the Fife Coastal path as seen on BBC's Coast to Coast series . Getting AroundYou can explore the immediate area on foot and other coastal villages are within a pleasant walk of 2 miles. Others can be reached by local bus (website hidden) Andrews is 30 mins. by bus or 15 mins. by car. There is a small 9 hole golf course at the end of our road. Other Things to Note Other Things to NoteWe have decided to let our whole house for the months of June , July and August this year. Our house would provide a perfect stay for a large golfing family or a golfing group who would like to have access to many golf courses in the home of golf near St Andrews. There are also many lovely coastal villages with picturesque fishing harbours and there are regular nost trips to the Isle of May for bird watchers. This is our home and usually we list some rooms for bed and breakfast but for this period it will be self catering.
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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceA stunning A listed building surrounded by beautiful garden. Located in the heart of Crail on a quiet street. It is a stone's throw away from all local amenities harbour & beach. Fitted with a modern bathroom and kitchen, this modern flat offers all amenities for individuals, couples or groups of up to 6. The excellent location means that transport throughout Fife, including the university town of St. Andrews as well as the fishing villages of Anstruther and Pittenweem are all less than 30 minutes away, served by a frequent and reliable bus service. Interaction with GuestsThere is a safety key deposit box beside the entrance to the apartment front door which has combination code. I available by phone for any questions you may have. Other Things to NoteIn high season July & August for reservations under 1 week there will addition cost of £65.00 for cleaning.
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The SpaceCottage dates back to the early 1800s but has been upgraded internally with a modern but homely feel. On the ground floor there is a living room with TV, books and games. Also an open plan kitchen/dining room with large table to seat all the family. Bathroom with over-bath shower to the rear of the ground floor. Up a winding staircase to the upper floor where you catch glimpses of a sea view from the little cottage windows to the front. One double room with en-suite shower room. This room has space to site a travel cot (provided) if necessary. The other bedroom has three single beds. All full- sized adult beds. Guest AccessGuests will have exclusive use of the cottage and private back garden which has patio and grassy area for children to play. Interaction with GuestsWe do not live nearby, but we love the area and hope you will too! The NeighborhoodThe cottage is situated on a quiet street opposite a path which winds down to the rocky cove of Roome Bay where there is a children's play park. The village has lovely local shops and cafés where you will find most of what you need in the way of grocery shopping. There is an excellent butcher's shop called Penman's where you can buy a range of meats, deli items and baked goods too. Barnett's bakery has fresh bread, rolls, cakes and award-winning artisan breads such as their Leek and Cheese loaf. Green's grocer has fresh fruit and veg, locally-caught fish and shellfish and is particularly known for local strawberries and raspberries in season. The Smoke-Fired Wholefoods store has speciality coffees, a wide range of wholefoods and deli items. In addition there are two mini-markets: The Co-operative and Premier Foods. There is a pharmacy in the main street as well as the Beehive for sweeties and ices as well as gifts. It is also the Post Office for the village. There are three cafes for light meals and refreshments as well as three hotels for lunches and evening meals. All this within walking distance of your front door at Sandcastle Cottage. Getting AroundYou can get here by public transport - an hourly bus runs to Crail from Leven or St Andrews, but it's probably best to have a car for your trip. Nearest rail station is Leuchars (for St Andrews) then bus transport. Nearest airport is Edinburgh. Other Things to NoteRentals can start on a Monday or Friday only as this is when we're contracted to have housekeeping services. We offer 3-night weekend breaks: Friday - Monday, 4-night mid-week breaks Monday-Friday, 7 or 14 nights starting on a Monday or Friday, 10 nights Friday-Friday-Monday, or 11 nights Monday - Monday - Friday. Lots of options!
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7br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceCaiplie House is the prefect place to share with a larger group of family or friends. Perhaps for a significant birthday, anniversary celebration or just some time away together. The dining room is big enough to sit your whole group for a meal. You can also get one of our chef contacts to come and cook a special meal for you in the house! The NeighborhoodBeaches, fife coastal path, galleries, coffee shops, St Andrews, history, many great restaurants, aquarium, Secret Bunker, world famous Golf courses. Getting AroundThere is a bus stop in both directions about 50m from the house. Other Things to NotePlease contact us to check prices. The nightly price is based on 3 nights. 2 nights is possible but slightly higher rate and for more nights the rate drops.
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Excellent
5 reviews
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The SpaceMorton of Pitmilly is a group of luxury self catering holiday cottages at Kingsbarns, near St Andrews, in Fife. It was important that Morton of Pitmilly should be more than just a place to stay, so we included a heated indoor swimming pool and sauna, a fully equipped gym, games room, putting green, golf practice and football areas as well as our own two mile long nature / jogging trail. Since then we have incorporated other new ideas and developments, including a children’s play area, an indoor and outdoor tennis court, Sky Sports channels, iPod docks, Wi-Fi Internet access, DVD library and steamroom, based on our own recent holiday experiences and on the valued suggestions made by our guests. Our most recent additions include two luxury beauty treatment rooms and a selection of high quality frozen meals from COOK food, available from our reception area. Many of you return to visit us for long or short stays throughout the year. Value for money and our commitment to quality over the years has led to a huge number of guests recommending their relatives and friends. We believe there are no better self catering holiday cottages available in the St Andrews area. We have been surprised by the range of purposes we are used for: reunions, business workshops, golfing trips, quiet weekends and family gatherings. Everyone has such a wonderful time – this is the magic of Morton of Pitmilly. The NeighborhoodMorton of Pitmilly countryside resort is set in a stunning location just outside St Andrews, the home of golf, and a stone's throw from Kingsbarns Golf Links. It boasts fantastic sea views and is nestled close to the East Neuk of Fife's picturesque fishing villages. It is more than just award-winning four and five star accommodation - offering extensive leisure facilities and activities. Guests love the tranquil setting which combines space and privacy with first class accommodation, many returning for long or short stays throughout the year. Value for money, commitment to quality and exemplary customer service have led to our ongoing succes sover the years and a belief that we offer the most magical holiday experience in the area. Whether you are arranging a reunion, business workshop, golf trip, quiet weekend away, family gathering or an exclusive use venue for a wedding party, Morton of Pitmilly countryside resort is the perfect location to stay, play and relax.
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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThis comfortable, ground floor holiday cottage, formerly part of the farmer's house is the perfect base for a peaceful break – a relaxing base from which to enjoy this wonderful corner of Fife. This semi-detached, contemporary holiday home is in the centre of the picturesque hamlet of Kilrenny, in the heart of Fife's East Neuk. Kilrenny is within a pleasant ten minute walk of picturesque Cellardyke harbour, and only slightly longer stroll to Anstruther, with its shops,restaurants and world renowned fish and chips. The farm lodge is an ideal base for a family holiday in an area renowned for golf courses, there are sandy coves, boat trips to the Isle of May to see puffins and seals, plenty of coastal walks and water sports nearby, in Elie, coastal walks along the Fife Coastal Path, Sea Life Centre, Deer Park, Scotland's Secret Bunker and historic houses and gardens. An ideal base from which to explore the East Neuk of Fife's quaint fishing villages of Anstruther, Crail, Pittenweem, St Monans & Elie strung along the coast, or easy access to Edinburgh, Dundee or Perth and The Trossachs. The East Neuk is reknowned as the most picturesque area on the east coast of Scotland, its beautiful shoreline dotted along its length with quaint little fishing villages clustered round their harbours. As a base for an enjoyable family holiday, it can hardly be bettered. The main road bypasses most of the villages on the landward side, leaving them very peaceful and full of old world charm. There are quiet coves with lovely sandy beaches, ruined castles, lighthouses, boat trips, & cycling along the many signposted routes in the East Neuk, excellent eateries, and, (this being Fife), plenty of golf as well. The Fife Coastal path runs the length of the East Neuk and offers fairly easy and highly scenic walking, with the added bonus of a good bus service (No. 95) which will take you home again if you decide not to go both ways on foot. The Lodge offers a warm, charming base close to the restaurants, pubs, shops and attractions of Anstruther. St Andrews and the other coastal villages are only a few minutes' drive, with Edinburgh just over an hour away by car. Ideal for couples seeking a romantic hideaway, outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers, or ,families looking for a rural retreat, or, golfers looking to mark their cards at any one of the many premier courses, including the famous Old Course at St Andrews. Kilrenny Common, with children's' play area and woodland trail, are within a short walk of the cottage. The Lodge is secluded and quiet yet with amenities only a short walk/drive away, has an enclosed garden to the rear, safe for young children, and a pleasant place to relax after a hard day's fun..
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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThe Watch House sits in an elevated position right in the centre of Crail.... a conservation fishing village approx 15 minutes drive from St Andrews. Built in 1784 the original old stone walls were discovered during renovations. Old beams and lots of character make this now modernised home a delight to stay in. A full kitchen leads off the lounge area Delightful views from the kitchen window over to The Isle of May. Full gas central heating. Guest AccessWe rent Saturday to Saturday only.... we do not do short breaks or weekends. The whole house is exclusive to whoever is renting it in any particular week. Interaction with GuestsYou have complete privicy when renting but we are avilable by phone should you have any problems or questions. The NeighborhoodSit on the patio with your morning coffee and enjoy a chat with the locals or better still take a 2 minute walk down to the little harbour area and pick up a fresh lobster or crab and enjoy lunch whilst enjoying the uninterrupted sea views.The local harbour is one of the most painted and photographed in Scotland Local Tourist Office on High St only 2 minutes walk. Shops and pubs same distance. COASTAL PATH The Fife Coastal Path leads directly past The Watch House taking you all the way to St Andrews. 2 beaches are available in the village and a play park for the kids is a couple of minutes away. The rocky area on the shore in front of the house is a dream for children searching the rock pools. The shops and pubs/Hotels are a 2 minute walk away and there are lots of places on interest in the area. Getting AroundWe do advise car hire to make the most of the many sights in the area but public transport is readily available. Parking right next to the house. Other Things to NoteDo call in to the local tourist office on the High Street They can give you all the information you need to have a great stay in The Kingdom of Fife.
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The SpaceAnster Neuk is a bright, two storey Holiday home located within the traditional fishing village of Anstruther. The downstairs has a spacious lounge with a good selection of books, board games and DVDs to relax in front of the fire with. There is a large, family kitchen (with fridge/freezer, oven, gas hob, microwave, toaster, kettle and cooking utensils) and dining area with patio doors leading out onto the private, landscaped garden with decking and open rural views. The garden also stretches out to the front of the property but leaves ample parking space for two cars. Upstairs sleeps 5 guests in three bedrooms (2 x double bedrooms & 1 x single room) and there are bathrooms on each floor; with a shower and bath tub upstairs, and a toilet and basin on the lower floor. There is WiFi throughout. Around the corner from Anster Neuk is a children's playground and football park. Anstruther is the largest of six pretty coastal fishing villages along the East Neuk. Shops, bars, eateries are all in walking distance, along with the beautiful sandy Billow Ness beach which is perfect for fishing, sailing and swimming (if you're brave enough!) A special mention needs to go to the award winning Anstruther Fish Bar which is reputed to have served many famous visitors, including Tom Hanks. The coastal walking route from Anstruther to Crail is the most popular section of the Fife Coastal Path and definitely doesn't disappoint walkers and photographers alike. Being only a 10 minute drive from St Andrews, The Home of Golf, Anster Neuk is in a prime location but manages to retain the peace and tranquility of the coast. Guest AccessEverything. Price is for exclusive usage of the entire property. Interaction with GuestsWe'll give you the keys then leave to relax and enjoy your stay in peace. You can call us if you need anything at all during your stay. The NeighborhoodThere’s plenty to explore and enjoy in the area, for instance, from Anstruther there are boat trips to the Isle of May where you can look out for puffins, seals and other wildlife from May through to September. St Andrews and many more famous golf courses are nearby. And there are loads of beaches to choose from.
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Excellent
4 reviews
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The SpaceMorton of Pitmilly is a group of luxury self catering holiday cottages at Kingsbarns, near St Andrews, in Fife. It was important that Morton of Pitmilly should be more than just a place to stay, so we included a heated indoor swimming pool and sauna, a fully equipped gym, games room, putting green, golf practice and football areas as well as our own two mile long nature / jogging trail. Since then we have incorporated other new ideas and developments, including a children’s play area, an indoor and outdoor tennis court, Sky Sports channels, iPod docks, Wi-Fi Internet access, DVD library and steamroom, based on our own recent holiday experiences and on the valued suggestions made by our guests. Our most recent additions include two luxury beauty treatment rooms and a selection of high quality frozen meals from COOK food, available from our reception area. Many of you return to visit us for long or short stays throughout the year. Value for money and our commitment to quality over the years has led to a huge number of guests recommending their relatives and friends. We believe there are no better self catering holiday cottages available in the St Andrews area. We have been surprised by the range of purposes we are used for: reunions, business workshops, golfing trips, quiet weekends and family gatherings. Everyone has such a wonderful time – this is the magic of Morton of Pitmilly. Guest Access. Other Things to NoteDogs are welcome on the resort and in the properties. There is an additional charge of £25 for a dog and £10 per each additional dog.
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The SpaceThe Space Private and huge spa bathroom. Perfect for 2 or 4 people travelling together, these two double bedrooms can be booked together or individually. They are a perfect retreat & just 8 miles to St. Andrews. Getting around There is a frequent bus service around the East Neuk of Fife and to St. Andrew's but most guests find it easiest to drive themselves. Other Things to Note One bedroom is £50 per night, but both can be taken together for £90. Guest AccessGuest Access Guest have private floor to themselves with spa bathroom and two double bedrooms. We leave out breakfast and hot drinks in our kitchen so people can come and go as they please. Meals can be eaten in our dining room. Free high speed wifi. Interaction with GuestsInteraction with Guests We are usually on hand to give advice on local attractions but leave you the freedom to get on with your holiday. The NeighborhoodPittenweem lies in the East Neuk of Fife close to St Andrews. It is one of several pretty fishing villages all within 10 miles. The coastal path is one of the finest walks anywhere! Of course, St Andrews is famous for golf but it is also home to a world class university, ancient cathedral and castle. The West sands beach is a great walk with plenty of good restaurants to reward your strenuous efforts! We are within easy driving distance of Stirling, Edinburgh, Falkirk and Glamis Castle. Getting AroundThere is a frequent bus service around the East Neuk of Fife and to St. Andrew's but most guests find it easiest to drive themselves.
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The Space1 twin bedded bedroom £25 per night (if used as a single £45 if used by 2), Downstairs double bedroom ( comfortable and firm bed) access to wetroom (not ensuite) £45 per night. Upstairs double bedroom ( comfortable medium double bed) with sea views £45 per night These prices include breakfast in our sun room! The rooms are comfortable and clean, its the situation and views which are great. We enjoy meeting new people and can give local info as we have lived here for nearly 20 years! Guest AccessYou will have access to your bedroom, bathroom, bathroom, sun room, snug with charcoal fire in winter and game room with pool table. There is only parking on the street. Interaction with GuestsWe like to meet new people, but we can also respect the privacy of others. The sun room will be a sociable room but this is our family home and we will be here most of the time. We also offer to prepare a meal for people on the first night of arrival at a cost of £ 12 per person. This includes soup, main course, dessert and wine or beer to accompany the meal. Please do not hesitate to accept this offer, but please let us know of any food requirements if you take this offer. The NeighborhoodAnstruther is a picturesque coastal village, once a fishing port now a haven for recreational boats. There is plenty to do locally, bird or seal to watch on the island of May with regular boat trips in summer and many golf courses with St Andrews less than 15 miles away. There are many other small fishing villages to explore as we are right on the Fife Coastal Road as seen on the side by side of the BBC series. Getting AroundYou can explore the immediate area on foot and other coastal villages are within a pleasant 2-mile stroll. Others can be reached by local bus (hidden website) Andrews is 30 minutes away. By bus or 15 min. by car. There is a small 9 hole golf course at the end of our drive. Other Things to NoteFor major golf events our prices change, but these prices include transportation to major golf venues for example. Open Golf Championship, Dunhill Cup (St Andrews), Ryder Cup-Gleneagles. We do not have tickets for these events. We like to walk, read, our holidays and spend time with our friends and family. We like to meet others too and see this as a new business to meet different people. We can talk to you about local restaurants and the best places and pubs to visit.
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3br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceOriginally built to house the widows and children of fishermen, this first floor apartment has been extended into the loft and is very spacious. Most windows have partial sea views. The apartment is accessed from a private road, to the rear of the terrace, with a dedicated parking space for one car opposite the front door. On entering, an ornate staircase leads up to the first floor where you will find the well equipped dining kitchen, sunny south facing living room, master bedroom with king size bed and family bathroom. On the second floor there are two further bedrooms - one with twin beds that can be zipped together to form a super-king, one single bedroom, and a toilet/shower room. Outside, there is a small, but very sunny, private garden with seating and clothes drying line. The apartment accommodates five people very comfortably and one small, well-behaved dog is welcome - though not in bedrooms. Guest AccessGuests will have access to the whole property. It is my holiday home that I let out mainly during the summer months. Interaction with GuestsI live some distance away so will not usually be around when the property is being let. However, I will make sure I am contactable in case of problems. The NeighborhoodAnstruther is one of the East Neuk of Fife’s favourite towns. Its position on the north side of the Firth of Forth gives it outstanding views south to the East Lothian coast, Berwick Law, Bass Rock and the Isle of May National Nature Reserve. Boats to the Isle of May sail from Anstruther harbour from April to September, making it a popular destination for birdwatchers. The town itself boasts a picturesque harbour, the excellent Scottish Fisheries Museum, world famous fish and chip shop and plenty of other good restaurants and convivial pubs. Anstruther also has beautifully preserved and restored buildings, sandy beaches and a links golf course. The Fife Coastal Path cuts through the town, with Pittenweem an easy mile and a half walk west and Crail three and a half miles east. Saint Andrews, home of golf and Scotland's oldest university, is 10 minutes away by car. Getting AroundRegular bus services connect the East Neuk towns and villages as well as Glasgow and Edinburgh. The nearest train station is Leuchars (bus via St.Andrews) from which Glasgow is two hours away and Edinburgh just over one. Other Things to NoteOutside space includes a small garden/ patio with table, BBQ, chairs, outside lighting, den with play items for small children, washing line. Washer/dryer on ground floor Set of golf clubs to borrow Things to do in the area....golf! walking, bird-watching, sea swimming, beaches, sailing, pleasure cruises, sea fishing from harbour or boat, visiting cheese factory or craft brewery, painting, art galleries, festivals, visiting historic towns and archeological sites. (Please be aware that the Anstruther area has a problem with low water pressure that can, very occasionally, affect the shower on the second floor, causing it to run cold. The first floor family bathroom is not affected and there will always be hot water for baths and a shower attachment for hair washing.)
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4br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceOur luxury self catering accommodation sleeps 8 comfortably with 4 bedrooms, 2 good sized bathrooms, a large family lounge/dining/kitchen area and a cosy sun room ideal to watch the sun set with a glass of wine after a busy day. The ground floor comprises a twin bedroom, a second bedroom with a single bed that converts to twin or queen size, a large bathroom with shower and free standing bath and the open plan living space with sitting room, dining area and kitchen leading into the sunroom. On the first floor there are two further bedrooms, one double, one twin and another very large bathroom with shower. Outside there is a small patio with garden seating, a barbeque and a large lawn backing onto the golf course. Ideal for practising your putting or for the kids to run around safely in. Guest AccessThere is a lovely Yellow Flag sandy beach within a 5 minute walk,making the property ideal for families. The Fife Coastal Path is only a 5 minute walk away and the idyllic fishing village of Pittenweem 10 to 15 minutes by foot. Anstruther harbour, at one time a thriving port for the Herring Fleet, is now a yachting Marina and you can watch pleasure boats come and go, or book a trip to the May Island where Puffins can be seen in abundance in May/June. A visit to the award winning Fisheries museum portrays the way of life of the area in the last 100 years and is a must. Nearby ,Scotland's Secret Bunker is another interesting trip. Our holiday accommodation is a delight for golfers, with the back garden gate opening on to the 2nd tee of Anstruther golf course, which has ownership of Britain's hardest par 3 as voted by Todays golfer in 2007! St Andrews, "The Home of Golf" is a 15 minute drive away. It is a fascinating and beautiful old town with Scotland's oldest university, 7 stunning golf courses, one of which is the famous Old Course at St Andrews, hosting the Open once every 5 years. Nearby there are also excellent courses at Elie, Lundin Links and two superb courses at Crail as well as the championship course at Kingsbarns. You will be in heaven playing all these excellent courses nearby, but what could be better than opening the garden gate to enjoy a 9 hole round of golf on the Anstruther course at a very reasonable rate. Interaction with GuestsIf possible,I like to welcome guests and answer any questions. I am always at the end of a phone,and only live 2 miles from the property if needed to help. I leave contact numbers if I am going to be away from home incase any problems arise I enjoy meeting guests,but also like to leave them alone to enjoy their holiday in peace. The NeighborhoodThe house is situated in a quiet residential area and is not overlooked. The views across the Firth of Forth to Edinburgh and West Lothian are stunning. To sit in the sunroom and watch the sun set over the sea is breathtaking. Getting AroundThere is a bus service from the end of the road to St Andrews and Dundee visiting the fishing villages of the East Neuk on route,every hour and in the other direction to Edinburgh.
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3br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceGarden Cottage is a luxury self-catering holiday home set in private gardens just off the main street in Crail. Spacious, modern and luxurious it has three large bedrooms that comfortably accommodate eight. The beach, shops and pubs are a stroll away and there's private off street parking for two cars. On the ground floor you’ll find a large, open plan space to the rear which accommodates the kitchen, dining room and two living areas. High spec and fully equipped, the kitchen comes complete with a SMEG range cooker, microwave, large fridge freezer, washing machine, dishwasher and all the crockery and cutlery you're likely to need. To the side, a large dining table seats eight. Beside this is a cosy TV area with a comfy corner sofa by the fire and a large TV, DVD player and Sky. At the back of the living area are two large sofas with French doors on three sides that open onto the large private garden. The spacious ground floor family bedroom has a king size double bed together with adult size bunk beds, triple wardrobes, a large chest of drawers and a TV/DVD player. Completing the ground floor is a luxury family bathroom with jacuzzi bath and "mains" shower over the bath. Upstairs are two further bedrooms. The master bedroom boasts a king size double bed, double wardrobes, a chest of drawers, TV and a spacious en-suite. Next door is a large twin bedroom with built in wardrobes, chest of drawers, TV and sofa. The rear walled garden is fully enclosed and includes a large lawned area at the back. The patio has garden furniture and outside lighting so you can stay out long after dark. Pets welcome. Guest Access• Fully enclosed, child and pet safe walled garden • 300 yards from beach, shops pubs and restaurants • 3 large bedrooms (one family with king size and full size bunk beds, one twin bedded room and king size mater with ensuite shower room) • Family bathroom with jacuzzi bath • Real flame "feature" gas fire • Plenty of storage space • High chair and travel cot • Private off street parking for two cars • Pets welcome • SMEG gas range cooker with twin ovens • Microwave • Dishwasher • Washing machine • TVs in sitting area and each bedroom • Gas central heating • Sky TV • Internet access • Patio furniture and table for eight • BBQ • Selection of bikes, golf clubs, body boards etc for the use of guests Interaction with GuestsYou will have the cottage entirely to yourself during your stay The NeighborhoodCrail may be a small village but it offers a great selection of local shops, places of interest and things to do. Made a Royal Burgh by Robert the Bruce in 1310 and now a quiet haven, it is hard to believe that the village’s Marketgate was once the largest medieval market place in Europe. Today you can relax in one of Crail’s homely coffee shops, restaurants or pubs and the village also boasts its own butcher, baker, pharmacy as well as gift shops and convenience stores. Set around a 12th century castle and picturesque fishing harbour, the best way to explore Crail is by foot. There is a fabulous beach with rock pools to explore and, for the more adventurous, an exhilarating coastal walk. All you need to self-cater is available within a short stroll of Garden Cottage. Getting AroundCrail is a small village and everywhere is easily accessible on foot. If you wish to travel further afield there's an excellent bus service that connects with St Andrews.
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The SpaceGreat views of the sea, overlooking Isle of May and with close access to the St.Andrews Guest AccessParking next to the lodge available The NeighborhoodWe are very close to St.Andrews (9 miles) with major golf courses nearby. Getting AroundWe are close to St.Andrews and close to public transport (Stagecoach bus nr 95)
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The SpacePuffin Hollow is a beautiful 1 bedroom ground floor apartment directly on the harbour. This 18th century listed property has been completely modernised and it now offers open plan living with a luxury kitchen. The property is just a short walk to the small sandy beach and the start of the coastal walk to the quaint village of St Monans. The lovely open plan lounge has a corner sofa bed and a cute window seat were you can watch the world go by. A selection of DVD,s and books are available and obviously its equipped with WI-Fi and Freeview TV. There is a very generous well stocked kitchen and includes a fridge-freezer, microwave ,washer drier etc. Casual dining is available at the large breakfast bar with 4 bar stools and a dining table can be used for more formal lunches and dinners. The Double bedroom has a Kingsize bed or can be used as 2 twins. Fresh Egyptian cotton linen and mattress topper is available. The bathroom has a bath with mixer shower over and has a velux roof window for star gazing in the bath or bathing in the warmth of the sun. Complimentary soap, shampoo, conditioner and Slippers are provided for your comfort. There is an entrance hall with storage and seating where you can dry of and change out of wet clothes. Well behaved pets welcome but check in advance please This apartment is all on ground floor and there is a seating area outside. Either myself or the housekeeper will be present at changeover. During your stay the housekeeping team are available for any situation that may arise. Sea, harbour, fresh fish, fishing, beach, coastal walks, golf, fish restaurants, forest walks, St Andrews historical trips or shopping. The list is endless for fun things to do in East Neuk There is a regular bus service which links you to Edinburgh, Dundee and St Andrews as well as the other villages in the area Pets welcome Guest AccessThis is a no smoking property Interaction with GuestsYou will be met with either myself or the housekeeper Helen at the start of your stay. Someone will always be available to answer any questions you may have. The NeighborhoodThis East Coast region is home to the pretty villages of the East Neuk. Pittenweem with it's busy working harbour and various artists galleries. Elie with it's stunning beach, Anstruther with boat trips to the Isle of May to see the rare (website hidden) Monans with its seafood restaurants right on the shore and Crail with its pretty historical (website hidden) Andrews , Scotland's oldest university town is a short drive away with great restaurants, cafes and bars with a great selection of shops, galleries as well as award winning beaches. It is also the home of golf and is renowned for its world class courses. The area is also known for its festivals - the most famous being The Pittenweem Arts Festival. Getting AroundThere is a regular bus service that links all the coastal villages and tra vels to St Andrews. Other Things to NotePets welcome
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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThe cottage has been delightfully designed with superior finishes and detailing, with a secluded private garden and parking facilities. The cottage boasts two generous bedrooms 1 double & 1 twin and sleeps 4 very comfortably. There is a modern fully equipped kitchen with all the mod cons and an open living/dining area with tri-folding door to the private garden, which gives a light and airy feel to the living space It has 2 bathrooms 1 of which is ensuite with separate shower in the master bedroom and a family bathroom on the ground floor has a full size bath, sink & WC. There were a few issues that we have resolved from last year, we now have wifi access, the windows in the master bedroom have blinds and the ensuite now has frosted glass, we have also replaced the single beds in the twin room. For larger parties Driftwood Cottage (next door) is also available for rent, which sleeps up to 10 persons Guest AccessThere are 2 bedrooms, 1 double with ensuite and a twin, there is a family bathroom on the ground level, the sitting room is open plan with dining area and kitchen all done to a very high standard there is also a private garden. Interaction with GuestsWe don't like to intrude on anyones holiday but we are available should anything go wrong. The NeighborhoodA few hundred yards walk will take you down to the historic harbour and you can see the Firth of Forth from the front garden. Getting AroundThere are buses that go through the village but to see the best of Fife you would preferably need a car. Other Things to NotePittenweem is one of Fifes historic fishing villages, there are lots of activities to suit most, Golfing, Walking, Water sports, history and of course St Andrews the home of golf is just 15 minutes drive away.
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4br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThe Deck House is perched on the cliff above the sea and the house has decking surrounding it. There is a back gate which leads down to the Fife coastal path which is ideal for those who enjoy coastal walks. The house has 3/4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms sleeps 5/7 with 2 doubles 1 of which is an upper room which sits on a mezzanine floor, 1 twin and a childs top caravanette bunk, a perfect house for a perfect family holiday in the East Neuk. Guest AccessElie which has a blue flag beach is only 2 miles away and has a watersports centre where you can enjoy a banana boat ride, windsurfing etc, St Andrews the home of golf is only 8/9 miles away and there are several other golf courses in the surrounding area. There is a travel cot and high chair available for a small fee. Need more beds, speak to me. Interaction with GuestsAlthough we don't like to intrude on our guests privacy we are always on hand to sort out any problems if they arrive. The NeighborhoodSt Monans is home to a number of shops and businesses, including fish merchants and a fish-smokehouse. There is a fine Seafood Restaurant,and the Mayview Hotel has a popular bar and restaurant. Getting AroundAlthough there are buses that go along the top road it is an advantage to have a car
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3br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceOur home is a bright, modern house with two double and one twin bedrooms. The lounge/dining area is open plan with 2 comfortable sofas, and a large pine dining table. We have an upstairs bathroom with bath and shower and a downstairs WC. Off street parking for 2 cars. Guest AccessAs from March 2016, we will have free, unlimited wifi. We also have an iphone / pod docking station, Cd player and a wide range of DVDs. Interaction with GuestsI will make arrangements for key handover and I will be contactable by email or phone at all times. The NeighborhoodCrail is a beautiful historic fishing village nestling on the coast of the "East Neuk of Fife" In the area there are world class golf courses including Balcomie links (2.2mls), formed in 1786 making it the 7th oldest in the world, Kingsbarns (4.1mls) and all the St Andrews Trust courses only 12 miles away. We are spoilt for choice with top class dining nearby, including The Peat Inn, Sangsters, The Cellar and the award winning Anstruther Fish and Chip restaurant. A stunning costal path passes through the village. Getting AroundA regular bus service goes directly to and from St Andrews hourly (33mins duration) at modest cost. A taxi back will be around £35. Our home is about 1hr 30mins from Edinburgh International Airport. Other Things to NoteWe will provide towels, bedding and tea, coffee etc to get you started. The central heating can provide unlimited hot water and we have a well equipped kitchen with washing machine and dishwasher. Our back garden is fully enclosed and is a real sun trap.
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My holiday home is situated in the centre of Crail close to shops, pubs and beaches. There are beautiful coastal walks, golf, historic sites and it is 15 minutes drive from St Andrews. Perfect house to relax in after a busy day taking in the sights, scenery and plenty fresh air!
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The SpaceA beautiful end of terrace, double fronted, Victorian apartment covering the ground floor. Private front door access with vestibule leading to a sunny spacious welcoming hall. Two good sized bedrooms, bedroom 1 king/twin, bedroom 2 king/twin with en suite shower/ toilet. Large family bathroom with bath & shower. Very generous sized sitting room with pretty working fireplace. Large kitchen with dining area and seating for 6. Equipped with all mod cons, including dishwasher microwave, hob, oven, fridge & freezer. Lovely high ceilings and French Oak floors throughout. French doors leading to garden. In addition, the apartment offers a utility room equipped with washer/drier, pulley and utility sink area and door leading to the garden. The garden is a spacious courtyard garden with BBQ and seating area. The front of the property is off set from the road with space for 1 car and there is ample parking on the quiet street adjacent to the apartment. To ensure that your stay with us surpasses what you may be expecting from a self-catering holiday, our first class service includes: A satisfaction call during your stay Beautifully decorated and stylishly furnished accommodation throughout Deluxe bathrooms with walk-in power shower and fluffy Egyptian cotton towels Beautifully appointed bedrooms with luxurious duvets and Egyptian cotton bed linen Flat-screen television with digital multi-channel viewing in the sitting room Fast wireless broadband internet access provided free of charge
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Good
46 reviews
1br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceA self contained flat in the beautiful East Neuk of Fife. Ideally situated minutes from the Coastal Path with sea views from the bedroom and the garden. A quiet coastal village setting ideally placed for coastal walks, bird watching, golf, outdoor activities or just relaxing and unwinding. Guest AccessAccess to our garden with sea views. Guests are welcome to pick herbs from our garden for cooking and have the use of a charcoal burning bbq. Interaction with GuestsThe property is a self contained ground floor flat with private access. Forming part of a traditional fishermans house. My wife and I live on the other two floors so are readily available if there are any special guest requirements. The NeighborhoodRelaxing coastal walks. There are a mixture of Sandy and Rocky beaches suitable for fossil hunting or just relaxing or having a beach BBQ. Foodies will love St Monans. We have an award winning fish restaurant, a smokehouse (seasonal) selling smoked fish, lobster, langoustines etc. We also have a farm shop which sells locally grown vegetables and meats and two fish mongers selling all varieties of fresh fish and locally smoked fish, Getting AroundThe bus service can take you to Edinburgh, St. Andrews or Dundee or to any of the other coastal villages. Other Things to NoteThe flat is normally available for a min. 4 night stay during May to September but please contact us if you require a shorter stay and we will see if we are able to accommodate you. During other times of the year we are able to offer shorter term deals.
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    The SpaceThe property was fully refurbished in early 2014 to a very high standard, including new heating system, carpets and furniture throughout. The property has a large, sunny, open plan kitchen/lounge/dining area with sea views, dining seating for 4 people, together with Freeview, DVD player, i-Pod speaker system, WIFI and an electric log effect fire. A selection of DVD’s can be found in the cupboards of the TV unit. Kitchen includes fridge freezer, electric hob and oven and microwave. Bathroom suite with over bath shower One king bedroom, with original shutters to the front of the property. There is a TV and DVD player in this bedroom. A hair dryer can be found in the top drawer. One twin bedroom to the rear of the property. A hair dryer can be found in the top drawer. Bed linen and towels are provided for all guests. An iron and ironing board is provided. A large selection of books, DVD's board games, jigsaws and a Nintendo Wii is also available. The NeighborhoodThe property is situated in the heart of the conservation area of the pretty harbour town of Anstruther. There are shops, bars and restaurants literally on the doorstep and the beach is only 50 yards walk from the front (website hidden) Andrews is only 9 miles away (15 minute drive). Getting AroundThere is a bus service which takes you to other East Neuk towns, as well as St Andrews and also goes as far as Edinburgh. Other Things to NoteThere is on-street car parking outside the flat but has a maximum stay so for parking, I suggest guests use one of 3 free public car parks all within a few minute walk of the property. Pets may be considered - please enquire.
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    The SpaceWe have 2 bedrooms - one double, one twin. In addition there is a comfortable double sofa bed in the lounge for occasional guests. A travel cot is available for wee guests, as well as a high chair - just let us know when you are booking and we'll have them in place for your arrival. Guest towels are provided. Guest AccessThe entire flat is yours to use. Interaction with GuestsAccess to flat is through a secure close, a keypad - keysafe holds the flat key (code given on booking), we will not be present during your stay. The NeighborhoodAnstruther is right in the heart of the 'East Neuk' of Fife - a selection of fishing villages on the Fife coastline. The flat overlooks the harbour and the Firth of Forth where you can see the Bass Rock and Berwick Law on the East Lothian side. Regular boat trips are available to the Isle of May - a bird reserve owned by Scottish Natural Heritage. puffins, guillemots, razorbills, cormorants and terns are all abundant on the island, not to mention the scores of seals and pups (in late autumn) Many top quality courses are within 1/2 hour drive of the flat. St Andrews - the Home of Golf is 15 minutes drive away. Anstruther itself has a challenging 9 hole golf course (with arguably the toughest par 3 in Scotland) The Fife Coastal Path runs through the town - very popular for walkers. Anstruther is home to the Scottish Fisheries Museum and just outside the town is Kellie Castle and Gardens. After all that exploring you must have a fish supper! The town has no fewer than 3 top quality fish and chip shops, all within a stroll of the front door - try them all and make up your mind who you would give the award to! Or for a treat you can try the Cellar - a Michelin star restaurant just a short walk away. Getting AroundFrom Edinburgh Airport simply take the Jet 747 bus, then get on board the X60 (every hour) for Leven/St Andrews. Get off at the harbour stop and you are right at the front door! Busses run regularly to St Andrews all day No designated parking is allocated. There are, however, usually spaces available within 100 yards of flat. Other Things to NoteA minimum rental period of 1 week is preferred during peak rental periods. We will, however, consider 3 night stays during quieter periods. We ask for a £30 surcharge for dogs.
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    The SpaceThis is a fantastic cottage in a fabulous location. Located apx 40 strides from the wee bench that sits just by the harbour wall. Its the perfect place to enjoy your 1st cup of tea in the morning or your last glass of wine in the evening, that's assuming your not tucked up next to the super warm wood burning stove..! I hope that you will agree that I have achieved my objective of creating a modern living space, whilst retaining the original character of this one-time fisherman`s cottage Guest AccessWe will contact you plenty in advance of your arrival and arrange how we will hand over the keys to you. Interaction with GuestsWe will always be available on the phone to ensure you get to make the most of the cottage and the surrounding area.
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    Excellent
    18 reviews
    3br Home/Apartment
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    The SpaceSet on 3 levels, on the ground floor there are two double bedrooms (one with a single top bunk) and bathroom which has an over the bath shower and the middle level houses the sitting room which sports a 50" smart TV and the kitchen/dining area which is equipped with dishwasher & washer/drier and the top level is Master bedroom with ensuite shower Guest AccessAnstruther is the largest of the fishing villages in the East Neuk of Fife and The Beach Hut is only approx 500 metres from the harbour which has lots going on, plenty of eateries including the famous award winning fish & chip shop and a few quirky shops to boot. Interaction with GuestsWe don'tlike to intervene on our guests holiday however, we are always on hand to help if any problem arises. The NeighborhoodSt Andrews the home of golf is only a 20 minute drive away with all their famous golf courses. Getting AroundThere are buses around the town but a car is preferable
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    The SpaceBuilt in 1880, Kittiwake House is a former fisherman's cottage with a spacious and comfortable feel. Sitting just a short stroll uphill from the harbour, and with the coastal walk almost literary on it's doorstep, the house boasts magnificent sea views over traditional pan tilled roofs whilst taking in views of the Bass Rock and the Isle of May. The house has high ceilings and traditional features. On the ground floor there is a spacious and well stocked bespoke kitchen (13'8" x 12'4")with dishwasher, microwave, gas hob and electric oven, fridge, freezer and a washer/dryer. There is a double bedroom (9'5" x 9'11") with original wooden shutters, and views onto the pretty courtyard garden. The ground floor also has a new shower room and toilet. The first floor has a welcoming lounge (17'3" x 15'8") with gas living flame fire in traditional (website hidden), Wifi, DVD player and Ipod dock. Two big comfy Italian leather sofas. The luxurious family bathroom (10' x 9'4") is situated on the middle floor with walk in shower and separate freestanding bath ... perfect for indulging yourself after long walks along the coastline! The top floor is home to the master bedroom (13'7" x 15'3") again with wonderful sea views. This room has a Superking bed which can also be two singles. The second top floor bedroom (13'8" x 11'6") has a Kingsize bed and one single. The accommodation is generous and comfortable for a maximum of 7 people. There is parking available either to the front of the house or nearby. Kittiwake house also has a pretty, private and sunny courtyard garden to the rear with outdoor seating and a small garden to the front. For guests who book when there is a full moon, we hope there is a clear night so you can watch the moon rising up and over the sea .... truly magical! Our guests can find updates on Kittiwake House, St Monans. Guest AccessWe like to ensure our guests have a relaxing time and have added special touches to help our couples and families feel at home as soon as they arrive! Interaction with GuestsWe allow our guests complete privacy and will not be at the property. The NeighborhoodTo many Scots the East Neuk of Fife is a well known destination for seaside holidays, but for many people in the rest of the UK, the East Neuk is a hidden gem. The East Neuk occupies the north east corner of the Fife peninsula and encompasses a string of beautiful fishing villages which look South across the Firth of Forth and around to the North Sea. We have fascinating architecture, lovely old harbours, beautiful coastal walks, spectacular seas and 100% pure, clean, fresh air. We also have: • lovely countryside • interesting geology • wildlife including seabirds, seals and dolphins • neolithic sites, including standing stones, stone circles and a souterrain • a cliffside chain walk • lots of golf • great places to eat and drink • superb gardens at Kellie Castle - our local National Trust for Scotland property • art, art, art and more art • music The Pittenweem Arts Festival takes place over ten days every August and attracts tens of thousands of visitors. The festival provides a showcase for hundreds of artists exhibiting at around 90 venues in all corners of the village. The whole of the East Neuk is abundant with artists - painters, photographers, illustrators, ceramicists and sculptors. Several times a year you can visit artists, view and buy their work during the East Neuk Open Studios weekends. We recommend it! Getting AroundOn street car parking available outside the property. There is also a car park about 30 metres away.
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    The SpaceNewark Castleview is a spacious, contemporary and energy efficient home with stunning sea views situated beside the ruins of the 16th century Newark Castle. We receive much feedback from our guests, many of them returning anually, who find themselves more than content with staying close to their 'home from home'; enjoying the walks along the beaches or sitting upstairs gazing at the incredible views. It is peaceful and secluded yet easily accessible. The house was a labour of love; designed and built by us, using sustainable energy systems, locally sourced materials and labour when possible and furnished to a high and comfortable standard. We aimed to make the most of the idyllic location, to utilise the space and to make it enjoyable for all of our guests, young and old. The ground floor in particular is ideal for those with mobility problems; the front door to the house has wide, easy access and two of the bedrooms are on the ground floor, as well as the kitchen and downstairs living room. Guest AccessIt is perfectly positioned with direct access to the very well maintained Fife coastal path which leads to St. Monans (5 mins walk) and Elie (30mins walk) allowing guests to enjoy some of the most beautiful coastline in Fife. This is an ideal base from which to explore the delightful East Neuk of Fife; Elie, St.Monans, Pittenweem, Anstruther and Crail. There are also numerous championship standard golf courses in the area (Kingsbarns, Lundin Links, St. Andrews) making it a golfer's paradise. Interaction with GuestsOnly via email, (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) or phone. We do not live close to our holiday home. The NeighborhoodIn the middle of the East Neuk, the house is an easy drive away (5-20 mins) from the neighbouring East Neuk villages; Pittenweem, for the annual & famous Pittenweem Arts Festival, Crail, which hosts the annual Crail food festival in June & is also home to the beautiful Crail Pottery, Anstruther, for world famous fish & chips, Kings Barns, for a legendary golf course. And finally, St.Andrews, the home of golf. Getting AroundThere is a very good bus service that can be accessed from St.Monans village - a 5 minute walk from the house. Other Things to NoteGround Floor (all with under floor heating) Open plan kitchen/dining/living area - very large, bright and family friendly with wooden flooring. A fantastic space for cooking, playing, relaxing and being together. Three double patio doors lead to decking area and enclosed lawn garden with seasonal flower beds. Large LCD T.V, DVD/VIDEO combi player, digital radio, leather sofa and chairs, large dining table to seat 8 and kitchen with all mod cons. Utility room - sink, washing machine, clothers airers, good storage space for golf clubs, prams etc. Bedroom (1) - cheerful room with 2 single beds, ample clothes storage. Ensuite - bath with overhead mains shower, w/h basin, wc, shaver point, heated towel rail. Bedroom (2) - Luxuriously furnished room. King size sleigh bed, ample storage. Ensuite - shower, w/hbasin, wc, shaver point, heated towel rail. First Floor Sitting room - Extremely spacious, bright and relaxing with truly spectacular views of the ever-changing sea, St. Monans village church, Bass Rock, The Isle of May, the castle and the coast beyond, as well as neighbouring agricultural scenery. Ample comfortable leather seating, LCD tv, radio/cd player, selection of DVDs, videos, books, games and binoculars. Large patio doors lead to the cleverly constructed balcony with wooden seating for you to enjoy the views from inside or out. Bedroom (3)- Extremely cosy room with king size bed, ample storage and views to the castle. Ensuite - bath with overhead mains shoer, w/h basin, wc, shaver point, heated towel rail. Travel cot and baby feeding highchair also always available. Bedding for cot not provided. Outside Decking area and lawn garden surrounded by dry stone dyke walled flower beds. Patio furniture and hammock for the finer weather. Private parking for 2 cars and access to the garage on request.
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    The SpaceLocation, Location, Location. Directly overlooking Crail harbour with views of harbour, sea and Isle of May from living room, sitting room and bathroom windows. This apartment must have one of the best harbour and sea views in Crail. If you are lucky you may see a pod of dolphins close inshore in high summer as we have on several occasions. The Fife Coastal Path passes just in front of the apartment building. See photographs – All views of harbour and sea are taken from the windows of the apartment Crail harbour beach is two minutes walk from the apartment, down the 'Hens Ladder' path. It’s tempting to take a picnic and have a lazy day on the harbour beach. Guest AccessThe apartment comprises: Living room - with dining table, easy chair and TV. Kitchen off living room Kitchen is fully fitted with Halogen Electric hob, Oven, Dishwasher, Fridge - Freezer, Microwave, and combined Washer/ Dryer. Sitting room - TV with Freeview and BD/DVD player. The BD/DVD player has ‘Smart TV’, giving internet access to BBC IPlayer, ITV, 4OD, Demand5 and other ‘catch up’ services. It also has Netflix (your own account sign in required) Bedroom 1 Large bedroom, with double bed and wardrobe storage and desk. Bedroom 2 Single bed, bedside chest with drawers Bathroom - with Thermostatic controlled shower over bath The NeighborhoodFifteen minutes drive from St Andrews and an hour and a half from Edinburgh, Crail makes a great base for a holiday or short break. Several major golf courses are in the area, St ANDREWS, Kingsbarns and of course Crail's own 'Golfing Society' with two courses. Getting AroundFree on street parking. Approximately hourly bus service to St. Andrews Other Things to NoteMinimum 3 night stay
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    The SpacePerfect for summer holidays with its location close to the beach or winter getaways making the most of the log burning stove and open fire to warm up after a stroll around the lovely village. The property also has unlimited broadband. The old post Office is full of quirky charm with many original features making it a truly unique holiday experience. The house is south facing and set over three floors with unrivalled views across the harbour and Firth of Forth from each floor. On entering the property through the ground floor vestibule you arrive in the first of two living rooms, this one on the ground floor has a wood burning stove, television, DVD player, radio and dining area which comfortable seats eight, there is also a high chair. The kitchen is conveniently located off the dining area and is fully modernised with a gas hob, electric fan oven, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer, large fridge/freezer, microwave and is fully stocked with cutlery, crockery and utensils to provide you with all you require for your stay. The first floor is accessed up a hand built spiral staircase and has a second living room with open fire, 32” flat screen television, DVD player and stunning views over the harbour, this room also contains a very comfortable double sofa bed if you require extra sleeping space. The second bedroom is on first floor and contains bunk beds, there is also a modern shower room on this floor with toilet, wash-hand basin and a Travatine tiled floor. The top floor is also accessed up a hand built spiral staircase and contains a large double bedroom with king sized bed and views over the harbour, there is also a small child's bed and a cot is available. There is also a bathroom and a separate WC on this floor. All of the floor landings have stair gates on them to offer you piece of mind if you have small children.There is gas central heating throughout. The property is unique St. Monans harbour in that it has area to the front of the house where you can sit and soak up the sun or just watch the world go by. There is a fully enclosed secure garden area to the back of the property which is accessed through the kitchen or a lane at the side of the property. It has a BBQ and patio area with a table and chairs. The side entrance allows the easy storage of bicycles. The fife coastal path passes by the front door of the property making it the perfect location for anyone wanting to enjoy this wonderful trail. There is free on-street parking at the front of the house. St. Monans is a sleepy fishing village on the Fife coast set within the East Neuk of Fife. With its wonderful beaches and colourful fishing villages the East Neuk of Fife offers a fantastic range of facilities to suit every type of tourist. St. Monans today is now mainly a tourist destination with the Fife coastal path through the village, it is very popular with walkers and cyclists alike. The former burgh rests on a hill overlooking the Firth of Forth with views to North Berwick, the Bass Rock and the Isle of May. St Monans contains many historical buildings, including the now defunct windmill (which can be visited) that once powered a salt panning industry, and a 14th-century church with a boat suspended from its ceiling that sits on the rocks above the water on the western side. Approximately ½ mile west of St Monans are the remains of Newark Castle, a 16th-century manor that has since fallen to ruin through cliff erosion and disrepair. The village itself still has many traditional smokehouses including the East Pier smokehouse and Café, where you can sample or buy the local delicacies. There is a village shop, several pubs and restaurants including Craig Miller's award winning restaurant. There are many notable festivals and harbour days that take place throughout the East Neuk, including the Pittenweem Arts Festival, Crail Food Festival and many other too numerous to mention. There is certainly plenty to do in the area. The neighbouring East Neuk villages of Elie, Pittenweim, Anstruther, Cellerdyke and Crail are within walking distance along the Fife Coastal Path or a short drive away. There are many local attractions in these villages most notable the award winning Anstruther fish and chips, the Scottish Fisheries Museum, picturesque Crail harbour, Kellie Castle, The Ship Inn in Elie, Kingsbarns Distillery, The secret Bunker and many, many more. The neighbouring East Neuk villages of Elie, Pittenweim, Anstruther, Cellerdyke and Crail are within walking distance along the Fife Coastal Path or a short drive away. There are many local attractions in these villages most notable the award winning Anstruther fish and chips, the Scottish Fisheries Museum, picturesque Crail harbour, Kellie Castle, The Ship Inn in Elie, Kingsbarns Distillery, The secret Bunker and many, many more. The area around the East Neuk offers many attractions itself with St. Andrews a fifteen minute drive away. St. Andrews is recognised across the globe as the 'Home Of Golf'. Whether you are looking to play the iconic Old Course or any of the other ten courses on offer, golfing in St. Andrews is the ultimate ambition of many golfers. The town of St. Andrews offers a lot more than golf itself, with its historic buildings, university, colourful boutique shops, bars and restaurants, not to mention its magnificent award winning beaches, the town is a virtual treasure trove of attractions for tourists of all ages. Edinburgh, Perth and Stirling are an hour and a half's drive from the St. Monans. Guest AccessThe guests will have access to the whole property and amenities listed above. Interaction with GuestsWe do not have any interaction once the guests are in the property, but we are based in the area and are always available if there are queries. The NeighborhoodSt Monans is a town situated in a picturesque location in the east neuk of Fife and is named after the legendary Saint Monan. The town contains many historical buildings, including the old windmill that once powered a salt panning industry, a 14th-century church that sits on the rocks above the water on the western side and to the west the remains of Newark Castle, a 16th-century manor. It is also situated along the coastal path, which is worth exploring in either direction, perfect for a long walk or cycle. There are two excellent seafood eateries within a couple of hundred yards from the house. Other neighbouring towns are close by and St. Andrews the home of golf is only 15 mins away by car.
    Home/Apartment
    2br Home/Apartment
    • Wifi
    • Parking
    The SpaceSeacrest offers stunning sea views over the Firth of Forth and across the water to North Berwick and Edinburgh. 20 minutes from St Andrews this is the perfect location for people who enjoy a holiday by the sea. Bedroom 1 has a queen size double bed, Bedroom 2 has two single beds. The main living area has balcony doors that are waiting to be opened to check out the view of Anstruther to the left or St Monans to the right. Guest AccessSeacrest has a shared garden where you can enjoy relaxing in the East Coast sunshine while taking in the views. Living area includes Freeview TV, DVD player and Apple TV. The flat also offers free Wi-Fi. Kitchen area includes an electric oven and grill, gas hob, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine, fridge and freezer. Interaction with GuestsMeet the guests with the keys. The NeighborhoodCoastal walks. Friendly pubs and good restaurants close by in Anstruther. Great golf courses within 20 minutes. Getting AroundBus and Local Taxis.
    house
    3br house
    • Pets Allowed
    A beautifully finished 3 bedroom property set over three floors, Midshore Cottage provides everything expected from a quality self catering home. With the front door opening right onto the harbourside, glorious views across the water and of the working fishing boats coming in to land their catch, the peaceful and idyllic location makes this a wonderful retreat for our guests. As well as the historic and world famous St Andrews a short drive away (10 miles) there are many other reasons to come to the East Neuk, including beautiful coastal walks, local festivals and attractions, watersports and many golf courses. The ground floor accommodates the kitchen, bathroom with bath and shower over, twin room and leads out to a tiered garden with patio area, barbecue and outhouse with washing machine. On the first floor, there is a lounge with views out over the harbour, a double bedroom and separate WC. Stairs lead to the second floor, where a king size master room commands magnificent views from its seating area On street parking is available. The house has been furnished and finished with comfort and quality in mind, and offers a home from home we are sure you will be delighted to spend your holiday in. Stylish, comfortable accommodation in prime harbourside location. Ideal base for exploring coastal villages of the East Neuk, perfect for golf with St Andrews nearby. Fantastic views and many local festivals and attractions to enjoy.
    house
    Excellent
    14 reviews
    3br house
      DRIFTWOOD, PITTENWEEM - Sleeps 6-10 Driftwood Cottage is a traditional fishermans house which has been totally refurbished to provide an ideal getaway for visitors to experience the beauty and history of the East Neuk of Fife and surrounding areas.The cottage has been delightfully designed with superior finishes and detailing with a secluded private garden and is just right for family and friends to relax and catch up with a glass of wine gazing into the cosy wood burning stove! The cottage boasts 3 generous bedrooms ( 2 of which have sofa beds) so parties of 10 can sleep comfortably, there is a large fully equipped kitchen with all mod cons and an open living space which is the focal point of the house.For larger parties The Cooperage (next door) is also available to rent and sleeps 4 comfortably.There are 3 bathrooms, the master bedroom has an ensuite with soaker shower, the family bathroom has a roll top bath and separate shower, and there is a WC with wash hand basin downstairs. The cottage has sea views from the front garden and the back garden is perfect for barbeques and proves to be a suntrap. For large parties a cellar and utility area allows extra food and provisions to be stored with ease, the cottage has extra wellies, fishing rods and pots and pans for the larger parties to enjoy.Driftwood Cottage is very homely and is designed for people to relax and unwind.The Cottage sleeps up to 10 people (using 2 sofa beds) is large, cosy and 2 minutes from the Historic Harbour, it boasts a wood burning stove and has private gardens with sea views from the front garden. Larger parties can also rent the Cooperage next door which sleeps 4Pittenweem is only 15 minutes drive from the famous St Andrews the home of golf.If booking for 10 people there will be an additional charge for extra bedding and towels for the sofa bed. The minimum amount of nights you can rent this property for is 3 nights. The village has a local grocery store, bakers and butchers, as well as a traditional fish and chip shop!
      bungalow
      3br bungalow
        SLEEPS 6: 1 Double 2 X Twin bedrooms (1 en suiite)LOUNGE with DINING KITCHEN and CONSERVATORY LARGE GARDENS with PARKING for 3 CARS Free WiFi * Central Heating * Sea Views * Towels &Linen; provided. VALVERDE COTTAGE : The large Lounge with Wood Burning Stove and TV opens through to Dining Kitchen with large table seating 6 and bright Conservatory with two chairs. VIews to front and back gardens. Also downstairs, a Large Double Bedroom looking onto front garden, Small Twin Bedroom which looks onto sunny back garden, Shower Room with WC. A Narrow staircase leads to Large Twin Bedroom with Large En Suite Bathroom and views to the sea and Isle of May. The large sunny front garden with private parking for 3+ cars and the equally sunny and secluded back garden provides lots of space for play and relaxation. Situated in conservation village of Crail, and with sea views, Valverde Cottage is just a 5 minute walk from popular Roome Bay Beach and crabbing pools (fun for children). The village centre (also a 5 minute walk) has all amenities you'd expect - pub, tearooms, local stores, butcher, baker, chemist, etc . A regular local bus service connects with St Andrews, Ansthruther, Pittenweem, St Monans and Elie.Two popular golf courses - Balcomie Links and Craighead Links are less than half a mile away as is the Fife Coastal Path.Also in the village there is a large park with two Free Tennis Courts, a Football Pitch, skateboard park and nearby putting green and playparks. A DOG is welcome, although we may make a small additional cleaning charge. Crail is a conservation village which has a museum and an historic harbour from which you can sit at one of the several picnic tables to watch the local boats land their daily catch. Close by, THE HUT will cook your chosen crab or lobster for you to take off on your picnic or home for tea. There is a popular local pottery as well as good local amenities, including butcher, baker, chemist, fruit and veg shop and local stores. The Golf Inn in the village centre offers good value pub grub. Besides the beach and crabbing pools there is a popular park in the village with two free tennis courts, football pitch and nearby play parks and skateboard rinks and putting green. There is a twice monthly car racetrack near the cottage which alternates with a Sunday Market.
        cottage
        Excellent
        31 reviews
        2br cottage
        • Pets Allowed
        Mangle Cottage is a stunning dwelling, built in 1749 which has been lovingly restored. It boasts a combination of modern luxury with traditional historic features. A roaring log fire, exposed stone walls, traditional Scottish tartan, tweed and leather soft furnishings create a cosy atmosphere for your stay. In contrast, the modern luxury appointed bathroom complete with stunning slipper bath to soak in, and an en-suite boasting a spacious shower enclosure to enjoy. The magnificent sea views, from the conservatory and beautiful walled garden, are a treat behold, no matter the time of day or night or weather. The vistas of the Firth of Forth, from The Bass Rock to the Isle of May and beyond are inspirational and ever changing. When you manage to tear yourself away from the comforts of the cottage, you can enjoy all that the East Neuk of Fife, or "Magic Kingdom" has to offer. We are a few steps from the charming village Main Street which has all local amenities. Take a few more steps down to the historic harbour and you will experience the sights of the last working fishing harbour on the East Neuk. The Fife Coastal Path is a haven for walkers, cyclists, photographers and artists alike, with countless coves and beaches to explore. The rugged coastline is a mixture of sandy beaches and rocky shores, teaming with wildlife on and offshore, and if you are in the right spot at the right time, you may see seals or dolphins working their way along the shoreline. There is a boat trip from nearby Anstruther over to the Isle of May where many rare birds, including puffins, can be seen. We have free WiFi broadband internet to get online, and Sky's (website: hidden) Entertainment package to keep up to date with your favourite SKY channels ( Atlantic, SKY1, Discovery, Nat Geographic etc) as well as many top BOX SETS on demand. We have a selection of DVDs too should you fancy a night in with a movie. We can add Sky Movies to your (website: hidden) package for a small additional fee should you require it. There is an iPod (complete with a library of music) with an Apple speaker to provide some music just in case you don't have any with you. We also have 2 USB charging ports on one of the kitchen electrical sockets, so just bring your cable and you can plug in and charge your phones, cameras etc. There are so many places within just a few miles that its almost impossible to mention them all but here is a small taster of what the area has to offer.Large sections of the Fife coastal path can be enjoyed as soon as you step outside the cottage door, there are a variety of linear and circular routes which have been graded and way-marked, from here you can enjoy beautiful seascapes and spectacular wildlife such as grey seals, dolphins and even the odd basking shark. For bird lovers the offshore islands such as the Isle of May, Inchkeith and Inchcolm are home to thousands of sea-birds including large numbers of Puffins. The picturesque stone harbour villages of Anstruther, Elie, St Monans and Crail are all just a stones throw away and are all delightful places to enjoy the un-hurried pace of life in the East Neuk. In Crail you can buy fresh Lobster on the harbour side and for an additional ÂŁ1 , Anne will cook if for you and you can then sit on the harbour wall and enjoy... it doesn't get any fresher than that! Anstruther is a very popular venue for visitors with its narrow streets, old houses, craft shops and winds leading to the harbour, from here there are boat trips to the nature reserve and bird sanctuary on the Isle of May. Scotland's secret bunker, hidden 30 metres underground lies just 6 miles from the cottage and is a great place to visit, built during the cold war as a military command centre in case of nuclear attack its a fascinating piece of living history. Elie always features pretty much top in the annual best sandy beaches in Scotland competition, and is famous for its water sports. You can hire canoes, windsurfers, kayaks, dinghies, wet suits etc from the water sports centre at the beach. On the doorstep we have farm shops, cheese shops, bakers, coffee shops and far too many great venues to eat and drink to even begin to list ! Whether you fancy world class, award winning dining or a simply sensational fresh fish & chips take-away, you will not be disappointed. Mangle Cottage dates from 1749, with log fire, exposed stone walls, stunning bathrooms, beautiful dining conservatory, a luxury mix of leather, tartan & tweed and large secure walled garden that boasts one of the finest views out to sea you could ever dream of, BLISS!!! Lovingly restored with every attention to our guests enjoyment, we are sure you will have a wonderful time.
        cottage
        1br cottage
        • Pets Allowed
        Kirkgate Cottage is a pretty and quirky traditional Fisherman's cottage that has been lovingly restored to create a stunning, modern home. The cottage has a real contemporary feel with an exposed stone wall in the living room housing a wood burning stove and two snuggler chairs to curl up on and relax. Dogs welcome. Pittenweem is a lovely village with a working harbour that sits at the heart of the Fife coastal path. A great base for golfing, walking, cycling and exploring the natural beauty of the area Pittenweem and the surrounding area has something for everyone. The Fife Coastal Path is on the doorstep and is a great way to explore the villages while enjoying the seascapes and wildlife along the way. Each of the East Neuk villages has restaurants, bars and cafes for a stop off for a stop off along the way. Elie has a great beach, a Michelin star restaurant - Sangsters, a great pub - The Ship Inn and a superb farm shop - Ardross. a trip to Anstruther wouldn't be complete without a trip to the famous fish and chip shop and Crail Harbour is definitely worth a look and a photograph. Kirkgate is a great base for golfing, walking the Fife Coastal Path, exploring historic sites or curling up with a good book - you won't be disappointed. A rolltop bath in the bedroom for a long soak after a long day will help you to chill out and relax. We have free Wifi to get online and a Macbook for your use along with BT Vision and a number of DVD's.
        house
        2br house
          The property is a well equipped, tastefully decorated, four apartment family house, ideal to make you feel at home. It is located on the quite High Street of this picture postcard fishing village and yet to the rear has a quiet, large private garden suntrap with beautiful south facing views over the Firth of Forth. Having been in the family for nearly 70 years, the interior is a pleasing mixture of traditional and modern. All linen and towels are included as is the electricity and gas central heating/hot water supplied by a combi boiler. The lounge has a cosy living flame fire and all windows are double glazed, so it is a perfect retreat in both summer and winter. There is free Wireless Broadband and a phone in the property with free calls to UK landlines. Parking is available at the side of the house. There is ample covered and secure storage in the garden for golf clubs, bicycles, etc. Located in Pittenweem, the remaining working fishing village in the East Neuk of Fife, the house is centrally positioned at the east end of the quite village high street, within a Conservation Area. A narrow wynd (path) adjacent to the house passes the historic St Fillan's cave and leads directly down to the picturesque harbour bordered by traditional whitewashed, pantiled and crow-stepped gable houses, with the added life and interest of the working fishing boats. The property is a well equipped four apartment family house with a large childsafe rear garden with magnificent views across the Firth of Forth towards the Bass Rock and North Berwick. Shopping is extremely easy further along the High Street - bakers with fresh baked rolls etc, a convenience store, chemist and Post Office, a very good fish and chip shop, coffee shop, galleries, craft and antique shops. There are good restaurants in Pittenweem and the East Neuk area generally.
          apt. / condo
          Excellent
          16 reviews
          2br apt. / condo
            ---- Location, Location, Location! -- The apartment directly overlooks Crail harbour with views of the harbour, sea and Isle of May from living room, sitting room and bathroom windows. .A beautifully presented first floor apartment in a late 17thC listed building. Fully equipped, as a home from home, with 2 bedrooms (one double,one single). Ideal for couples, a couple with a child, golfers, and walkers On Street car parking by apartment - no yellow lines! No booking fees - Rates are inclusive! This apartment must have one of the best harbour and sea views in Crail. If you are lucky, you may see a pod of dolphins close inshore in high summer, as we have on several occasions. The Fife Coastal Path passes just in front of the apartment building. See photographs – All views of the harbour and sea were taken from the windows of the apartment Crail harbour beach is two minutes walk from the apartment, down the 'Hens Ladder' path. It's tempting to take a picnic and have a lazy day on the sandy harbour beach. Only fifteen minutes drive from St Andrews and an hour and a half from Edinburgh, Crail makes a great base for a holiday or short break. There are several major golf courses are in the area, St Andrews, Kingsbarns and of course Crail's own 'Golfing Society' with two courses. Crail has a Festival during the last fortnight of July with many events and activities for both adults and children. The East Neuk Festival, a music festival in late June, has many performances held in Crail. The apartment comprises: Living room - with dining table, easy chair and TV. Kitchen is situated off the living room The kitchen is fully fitted with Halogen Electric hob, oven, toaster, Dishwasher, Fridge - Freezer, Microwave, and combined Washer/ Dryer. Sitting room - TV with Freeview and BD/DVD player. The BD/DVD player has 'Smart TV', giving internet access to BBC IPlayer, ITV, 4OD, Demand5 and other 'catch up' services. It also has Netflix (your own account sign in is required) Bedroom 1 Large bedroom, with double bed, wardrobe storage and desk. Bedroom 2 Single bed, bedside chest with drawers Bathroom - with Thermostatic controlled shower over bath OTHER ITEMS Gas central heating by combination boiler for constant/instant hot water All linen and towels included. Folding chairs for the beach. Crail has its own pub, (cash machine), two small well stocked supermarkets, green grocers, bakers, high quality butchers, pharmacy, fish and chip shop and coffee shops all within 500m There are free Public tennis courts in Crail as well as play parks and a skate board park. N.B. This is a 'No Smoking' and 'No pets' apartment. Location, Location, Location! Amazing views A beautifully presented first floor apt. in a late 17thC listed building. Fully equipped, as a home from home, with 2 bedrooms (one double, one single). NEWLY AVAILABLE FOR 2015 Ideal for couples, golfers, and walkers The apartment windows directly overlook the harbour with full views of the sea and Isle of May (See Photos)
            cottage
            2br cottage
              New superior semi-detached cottage for holiday let during the period of The Open at St. Andrews. Available Sunday 12th July to Monday 20th July. Other dates available on enquiry. Accommodation offers one master bedroom with double bed and ensuite shower room, one bedroom with two single beds and a sofa bed in the lounge that can sleep 2. Other accommodation includes a bathroom with shower, lounge with freeview television service, fully fitted dining kitchen with dishwasher and automatic washing machine. Property is located at the Village Green, Kingsbarns, St. Andrews approximately 6 miles from St Andrews town with a regular public bus service to and from St. Andrews. Private parking for at least one car. All electricity is included in the rental. All bed linen and towels will be supplied. A deposit of 200 GBP will be required returnable at the end of the rental. The owners of the property are landlord registered in Scotland. The property is registered with Fife Local Authority and conforms will all the legal requirements of rented property in Scotland.
              house
              2br house
                Situated in the East Neuk of Fife in the pretty conservation village of Crail. Beach House Walk is a beautifully presented and comfortable 2 bedroom semi detached Villa just 2 minutes walk from Roome Bay beach and 15 minutes walk to Balcomie Links Golf course. This is a great location to join The Fife Coastal Path walking route which boasts some of Scotland's finest coastal walks. Whether you're arranging a golf trip, weekend break, or family vacation, Beach House Walk is the perfect location to stay, play and relax. FREE BIKE HIRE IS INCLUDED WITHIN THE COST OF YOUR STAY AT BEACH HOUSE WALK. Crail is the oldest burgh in the East Neuk with its old traditional cottages by the working harbour and cobbled streets. Down by the harbour is a great spot to sample some of the freshest prawns, lobster and crab straight from the boats. Crail has a more comely air, with its handsome merchant houses, tranquil streets and picture-book harbour, whose ancient stone walls curl round protectively, embracing the boats that shelter there. The property offers one spacious double room, one twin room, main bathroom, lounge, and kitchen diner. The kitchen has a newly fully fitted kitchen with hob, oven, fridge freezer and washing machine. The house has been tastefully decorated with a seashore theme and many little extras to make your stay more comfortable, such as games, books and dvds. There is a large garden to the rear, which is fully enclosed and overlooks the open countryside with outdoor furniture to relax and dine alfresco after a busy day of sightseeing. To the front of the property there is garden area and designated car parking for 2 cars in the private driveway. There is a handy single garage which you are welcome to use for storage etc. In the garage there are 4 bicycles ( 3 adults & 1 child ) fishing rods, nets, beach towels, beach toys, golf clubs, and wellies for you to use at no extra charge. All towels and linens are provided and the property is cleaned prior to your arrival and on your departure. The beds will be made up for your arrival. Our Guests love the convenient location of the house as the beach, harbour and shops can be reached in a short walk via the path directly from the garden gate. For Cycling Holidays: Beach House Walk is a great location for your cycling holdiays. Being close to some fantastic bike trails. There's no need to bring your bikes as there is a selection of bikes provided for your use at the property, together with helmets - all of which is included in the cost of your stay! We particularly recommend the Crail to Kingsbarns cycle path, with a starting point just minutes from the house and offering safe, country roads for all the family to enjoy the peaceful, tranquil area of the East Neuk of Fife. For Golfing Holidays: There are 30 golf courses to choose from within 15 miles of Crail. There are 4 links golf courses all within a 15 minutes drive. Balcomie Links and Craighead Links are on the doorstep and combine spectacular costal views and extraordinary holes to provide challenging and enjoyable golf. Kingsbarn Golf Links is just 3 miles and also enjoys the stunning North Sea coastline where each hole embraces the sea. The home of Golf at St Andrews is only 10 miles away which is the largest public golf complex in Europe with seven golf courses to choose from -Old Course, New Course, Jubilee Course, Eden Course, Strathtyrum Course and Balgove Course. For Beach Holidays: With the sheltered and secluded area of Crail, it is said to be the one of the driest parts in Scotland therefore it's an ideal beach holiday. You are spoilt for choice with 17 excellent blue flag beaches to choose from in Fife. Roome Bay Beach is just a 2 minute walk and has many rock pools to explore and a children's play area. The coastline is part of the internationally recognised Firth of Forth Ramsar site to protect wetland habitats and the species, which live and feed in these areas. A great area for bird watching at any time of the year. Ellie Beach is 5 miles from Crail and is one of Scotland's blue flag beaches with almost one mile of uninterrupted sand. There is an excellent sailing club, and a watersports facility where you can hire equipment or head out on an inflatable adventure trip. Kingsbarns Beach is just 2 miles away This charming blue flag beach stretches for about 2 miles and is bordered by rolling sand dunes. It's a very popular beach for walkers and the Fife Coastal Footpath passes above it. There is plenty of space on the beach for all the family and it is an ideal spot for a picnic. Kingbarns Golf Links, undeniably one of the finest courses in Scotland runs alongside the beach. Wildlife & Nature Spotting Holidays: Animal & nature lovers will enjoy visiting the Isle of May where there are puffins, crags, seals and abundance of wildlife. Fifeness Muir Wildlife reserve just outside Crail is for people to enjoy the fascinating spectacle of bird migration. During the spring and autumn periods of migration numerous small paths allow visitors to move quietly round the reserve or better still strategically placed seats allow observers to watch birds undisturbed. Approaching 150 species of birds have been seen from the reserve including 17 species of warbler. During spring and autumn recording is carried out on a daily basis and the reserve is now a ringing station with permanent traps similar to those on the Isle of May. Birds have been recorded travelling to or from 14 different countries of Europe. A log is maintained in the hut on the reserve and the latest news posted on a display board. Visitors are welcome at all times and the ringing station is run such that bird watchers can still enjoy the freedom of the reserve.Flowering shrubs have been planted and the reserve is an excellent place for looking at migrant butterflies. There is a good breeding population of birds but during the breeding season many of the small paths are allowed to grow over to reduce disturbance. Crail & St Andrews The Fife Coast Path A long distance Scottish coastal footpath that runs from Kincardine to Newburgh.
                bungalow
                2br bungalow
                  This is a brand new build bungalow, finished to a high quality, in the quiet conservation village of Kingsbarns, near St Andrews. It is an ideal base for playing many of the top golf courses in the country. It is also an ideal location for family holidays or walkers with easy access to the Fife coastal path. Private parking is provided. Garden areas to front and rear with front overlooking the Village Green. There is also BT Internet available in the property and is included in the rental. Accomodation Description - Sunny porch into large hall - Living room with views onto Village Green - Fully fitted dining kitchen with dishwasher and washing machine - Double bedroom with en suite large shower - Twin bedroom - Family bathroom with bath / shower A very regular bus service to St Andrews is only 100m from this cottage. The house is very comfortable and is fully equipped to provide you with an enjoyable holiday. With 14 golf courses within 7 miles including all the St Andrews courses, St Andrews Fairmont, Kingsbarns and Crail it is a perfect location for golfers. The magnificent Fife coast is only a 15 minute walk to the golden sandy beach and the coastal path. With regular bus services it is ideal for walking sections of the coatal path and returning by bus. Fife The Kingdom of Fife has a number of small fishing villages, glorious beaches and impressive coastline as well as peaceful countryside nestled inland. The region is perfect for families and combines history with a number of hidden delights. St.Andrews is one of Scotlands most popular holiday destinations.
                  cottage
                  2br cottage
                    Situated around the corner from the beautiful St. Monans harbor and not far from St Andrews, the home of golf. My traditional fisherman`s cottage has been getting fantastic reviews since I opened its doors following a recent renovation. This is a fantastic cottage in a fabulous location. Located apx 40 strides from the wee bench that sits just by the harbour wall. Its the perfect place to enjoy your 1st cup of tea in the morning or your last glass of wine in the evening, that's assuming your not tucked up next to the super warm wood burning stove..! I hope that you will agree that I have achieved my objective of creating a modern living space, whilst retaining the original character of this one-time fisherman`s cottage. Recent reviews have said "We thoroughly enjoyed our stay in st. Monans which is a delightful, small fishing village with access to the Fife coastal trail right out the door. Ellen's place is quite spacious for 4 people, is newly remodeled and luxurious, and has everything you could ever need. We only wished we could have stayed longer...", ".......A beautiful cottage in a lovely seaside village. Very spacious and kitted out with loads of mod-cons. We loved coming back after our sunny coastal walks and relaxing in the evening by the wood burning stove. We would love to come back!...", ".... Located not far from St Andrews, the home of golf this fantastic cottage is just 40 strides from a wee bench that sits just by the harbor wall. Its the perfect place to enjoy your 1st cup of tea in the morning or your last glass of wine in the evening.
                    cottage
                    Excellent
                    12 reviews
                    3br cottage
                      Welcome to Dove Cottage, a rural retreat in the heart of the East Neuk of Fife, 2 miles from the beautiful village of Anstruther and 8 miles from the popular resort of St Andrews.The cosy but spacious stone-built cottage was renovated in the early 1990s from old farm buildings at Carvenom. It forms an L-shape around an enclosed private courtyard, with the living room and kitchen at one end, and a hall leading from the living room to the rest of the cottage.There are 3 bedrooms: a king size with en suite bathroom, a twin, and a triple room with a single bed above the double. (Please note that the upper bed is not suitable for children under 6). Both the en suite and family bathrooms have electric showers, in the family bathroom the shower is over a bath. At the front of the cottage is a shared garden, with parking space for 2 cars and a large grassy play area. The large shed in the private courtyard at the back of the cottage serves as a games room, with playstation and various games and jigsaws. Heating is provided by oil-fired central heating, there is also a log burning stove in the living room for the cooler months.
                      cottage
                      Excellent
                      6 reviews
                      3br cottage
                        Modern yet cosy self catering cottage in the heart of a beautiful picturesque fishing village. Offers something for all ages in an area where you can do as much or as little as you want. Games room, wood burning fire, free wi-fi, bbq, garden and a minutes walk to all local amenities and attractions. No matter what the weather there is something to do in Pittenweem and at Seaglass Cottage. BBQ in the sunshine, Games room whenever, wood burner to cosy up to on a chilly day. Seaglass is within a minutes walk of the village and a stroll to the beach and harbour front. We provide logs for the fire, travel cot, bed guard, high chair, books, toys, games, bluetooth music system.
                        house
                        2br house
                          A DETAILED DESCRIPTION, ROOM BY ROOM The kingsize bedroom on the first floor is situated adjacent to the bathroom and at the rear of the property. The twin bedroom, on the second floor is accessed by its own enclosed staircase and has a large dormer window located to the front of the property. Rest assured as each bed has a Hypnos pocket spring ortho mattress, a luxurious duvet and plump pillows! Located on the first floor next to the kingsize bedroom, the contemporary shower-room has a double-sized cubicle and power-shower with trough hand basin, loo and large heated ladder towel rail. Open plan to the kitchen with an open log fire and a large window to the rear of the property, the sitting and dining area has a sofa and chairs providing comfortable seating for four people, a large round dining table and four dining chairs. The hi-fi provides users with iPod/MP3 connection and free WiFi. Please note there are no TV's in the house! The kitchen is equipped for the experienced cook with an electric induction hob and oven, fridge and separate freezer, microwave, dishwasher and broad range of high quality hand-tools and utensils. A larder cupboard provides ample storage for dry goods and we provide herbs and spices for you to enjoy during your stay. A washing machine, clothes rack, iron and ironing board are all available too. Full recycling facilities are provided at the rear of the property. GET COMFORTABLE Heating and hot water is provided by a gas fed combi-boiler leading to generous radiators throughout the house. We provide logs for the fire. Fluffy white towels and crisp white bed linen are included and cleaning and laundry services are supplied weekly. The cottage has been recently decorated with a designers eye for detail and all rooms are furnished to a high standard. There is a modest selection of books and games for all ages to enjoy. Please note there are two sets of steep stairs in this property. Both have strong rope banisters and grab rails. RIGHT ON YOUR DOORSTEP Directly outside the front door there is a garden bench, which provides a good spot for a coffee or lunch. The house overlooks a generous square of grass, set back from the road with a rowan tree and flower pots - all beautifully maintained by the Council! The harbour is a one minute walk from the property and rocky beaches five minutes walk away. A large sandy beach is two miles from the cottage in Elie, you can walk there easily along the coastal path or drive in five minutes. There is a great Spar shop 100 yards from the cottage, open 6am till 8pm daily and 6pm Sunday, providing local baked goods, newspapers, wine, local info, cut flowers! and great smoked fish amongst everything else you could possibly need. There are two very good restaurants in the village - both serve locally caught fish and are licenced. The East Pier Smokehouse opens seasonally and is amazing - James smokes his own fish and then serves it and dressed crab, mackerel and lobster with chips and salad in a box! For more formal dining 16 West End is an award-winning fish restaurant with chef Craig Millar in charge. There is a pub in the village called the Mayview and other good pubs can be found locally. Elie has a great bake-shop and deli two miles away. One mile away there is an award-winning farm shop called Ardross selling a wide range of vegetables and organic meat. Anstruther five miles away has a large Co-op supermarket (open 6am till 11pm daily) and many more local shops. Behind the cottage East Neuk Shellfish sell every shellfish you can imagine - daily availability is what the boats provide but Ronan will let you know what's on offer and is more than happy to deal with holidaymakers and trade customers alike. GOLF AND MORE! For golf fans, St Andrews the home of golf is 12 miles away and there are several other local and municipal golf courses within a 30 minute drive from the village. There are tennis courts two miles away and an open air sea pool on the coast for the brave! Bikes and windsurfing kit can be hired in Elie. WHERE THE HECK IS THE NEUK OF FIFE? Edinburgh Airport is 35 miles away and Kirkcaldy train station is 20 miles away with regular trains to Edinburgh, St Andrews and beyond. To make the most of the area a car is recommended. That said the local bus service is quite good. The East Neuk of Fife stretches from St Andrews down a coastline peppered with small villages, full of character, which face across The Firth of Forth to East Lothian on the opposite side. A jumble of quaint colourful houses lead down narrow winding streets to line the harbours and rocky shores and their distinctive crow-stepped gables, fore stairs and red pantiles preserve the impression of their time as fishing villages that were totally dedicated to the sea. St Monans itself became one of Scotland's busiest fishing ports for many years but, from the mid 1800's the fleet dwindled and the village had to rely less on fishing and more on its heritage, capitalising on its preserved architecture and waterfront (that is still very much a working harbour today). Stylish and romantic seaside/harbour house with open fire and WiFi on three floors in the heart of East Neuk of Fife fishing village. Ideally located for coastal walks, golf and foodie activities. Well behaved pets welcome. Three nights min stay. Sleeps 4 (2 bedrooms)
                          apt. / condo
                          Excellent
                          34 reviews
                          1br apt. / condo
                          • Pets Allowed
                          Puffin Hollow is a beautiful 1 bedroom ground floor apartment directly on the harbour. This 18th century listed property has been completely modernised and it now offers open plan living with a luxury kitchen. The property is just a short walk to the small sandy beach and the start of the coastal walk to the quaint village of St Monans. The lovely open plan lounge has a corner sofa bed and a cute window seat were you can watch the world go by. A selection of DVD,s and books are available and obviously its equipped with WI-Fi and Freeview TV. There is a very generous well stocked kitchen and includes a fridge-freezer, microwave ,washer drier etc. Casual dining is available at the large breakfast bar with 4 bar stools and a dining table can be used for more formal lunches and dinners. The Double bedroom has a Kingsize bed or can be used as 2 twins. Fresh Egyptian cotton linen and mattress topper is available. The bathroom has a bath with mixer shower over and has a velux roof window for star gazing in the bath or bathing in the warmth of the sun. Complimentary soap, shampoo, conditioner and Slippers are provided for your comfort. There is an entrance hall with storage and seating where you can dry of and change out of wet clothes. Well behaved pets welcome but check in advance please.Why not have a barbecue/picnic by the sea. We provide Picnic hamper and Barbecue with (Beach towels and Beach throws available as extra). The harbour is a magnet for visitors. Photographers can take their pick between the brightly-hulled fishing boats or the jumble of red pantiled or grey slated houses. Pittenweem simply oozes charm. Pittenweem is now the most active of the fishing ports in the East Neuk coast of Fife. Fishing boats jostle for position in its busy harbour and this is a lively vibrant place at any time of day. There are many diverse restaurants in the area ranging from Seafood, traditional Scottish fare and even a artisan chocolatier with shop and delicious cafĂŠ.
                          townhouse
                          Excellent
                          5 reviews
                          3br townhouse
                            The Beach Hut which is a 3 bedroomed townhouse sits in a very attractive little sun-trapped courtyard in Central Anstruther and has it's own private parking.Set on 3 levels, on the ground floor there are two double bedrooms (one with a single top bunk) and bathroom which has an over the bath shower and the middle level houses the sitting room which sports a 50" smart TV and the kitchen/dining area which is equipped with dishwasher & washer/drier and the top level is Master bedroom with ensuite shower The minimum amount of nights you can rent this property for is 3 nights