Saturday, 20 February 2016
Tour Scotland Self Catering Holiday Cottage Recommendations Anstruther East Neuk Of Fife
Tour Scotland self catering holiday cottage recommendations in Anstruther in the East Neuk Of Fife, Scotland.
Pebbles Cottage is a traditional stone fisherman's cottage, recently renovated and modernised with fabulous garden views of the Scottish Fife Coast, with wonderful log fire, wine cooler, barbecue, and tranquil garden with summer house and two patio area's. The house is located literally on the Fife Coastal Walking path and within 200 meters of the local village restaurant, harbour, swing park, and outdoor sports centre. There is ample street parking outside the property. The property is ideally located for those wishing to explore the historical coastal villages, and in particular for golfers and tourists to the region with St Andrews being approximately 20 miles away. The cottage is located in Cellardyke which adjoins Anstruther the main village in the region.
Dove Cottage is 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.
Duck Cottage is a traditional stone built cottage, internally modernised and tastefully decorated to create 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, families looking for a rural retreat, and golfers looking to mark their cards at any one of the many premier courses, including the famous Old Course at St Andrews. The cottage caters for the occasional Scottish rainy day as well, with an extensive music, film and literary library available to fill the odd moment, and a large HD TV with Freeview HD channels. A well equipped kitchen encourages gourmets to experiment with the wonderful local.
Harbour's Edge is a stunning, family run, recently refurbished 2 bedroom flat with amazing sea views. It overlooks the harbour in the conservation area of the seaside fishing town of Anstruther. The property is ideally located to explore the picturesque seaside villages and coastal walks of the East Neuk of Fife. There is an abundance of golf courses to suit all budgets in this area. The flat is situated directly on the Fife Coastal Path, a must for all keen walkers. Anstruther is within easy reach of St Andrews and Edinburgh.
Dreel Cottage. Built in 1790, a matter of months after the Bastille was stormed, this ancient cottage is located across the slipway from Dreel Tavern, the historic centre of Anstruther Wester and just 200 metres from the harbour, beach and Anstruther's many cafes, restaurants, pubs and shops.The fully renovated cottage is warm and spacious and benefits from being adjacent to the Dreel Tavern which numbers amongst the best food and drink establishments in town. High fibre wireless broadband is also provided. The cottage sleeps 4, however 2 additional single beds are available at extra cost so the property can sleep a maximum of 6, ideal for larger families. Many of our guests bring their pets owing to the large walled and secure rear garden.
3 Castle Street is situated in Anstruther's conservation area, this delightful Georgian flat has been renovated to the highest standards with bespoke kitchen, wood burning stove and bay picture windows where you can look out onto the stunning views across the Firth of Forth. All that separates you from the sea is a cobbled walkway, no through traffic, and an old sea wall so you can fall asleep at night to the sound of the lapping waves and wake up to watch the tide from the comfort of your bed.The flat is ideally situated in the centre of Anstruther with all amenities on your doorstep. Perfect holidaying for those who enjoy golf, walking, fishing, cycling, birdwatching, sailing and going to the beach. Ideal for both families or romantic breaks. St Andrews and Edinburgh are both within easy reach.
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