Situated in the coastal village of Cellardyke is this ground floor apartment.
Tastefully decorated with quirky detailing, Seascape, nestled on the outskirts of Anstruther, is a delight to behold any guest with lovely, fresh colour schemes and stylish ornamental dècor dotted about the rooms.
Meander through the property to find a cosy sitting room providing comfortable, plush sofas and a sociable dining space.
Utilise the modern kitchen at your leisure and admire the sleek units and contemporary fittings.
The cottage boasts two lovely bedrooms to choose from; a double and a king-size, splendidly decorated in coastal blues and fresh whites to your liking and the shower room benefits a lovely modern finish.
To your delight, you will find bath robes are provided for your comfort, perfect for those lazy mornings lounging in the living room.
Step out into the lovely village of Cellardyke, playing host to a couple of shops and pubs along with the pretty harbour and immediately to the east is the attractive town of Anstuther, originally found as a fishing village, playing a major role in the Scottish herring industry.
Its beautiful history can be seen in the Scottish Fisheries Museum which rests alongside the busy and colourful harbour.
Seascape is perfect for the keen golfer with Anstruther and St Andrews golf courses located close by.
If you are visiting between May and September, take a boat trip form here and look out for puffins, seals and other wildlife on your journey to the Isle of May.
The vibrant city of Edinburgh is easily accessed via car or public transport offering an interesting history and exquisite architecture.
This high quality getaway is just what you need for a coastal break in Scotland.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x double. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen. Sitting room with dining area.
About the location
St Andrews 10 miles; Cupar 16 miles; Edinburgh 50 miles.
Anstruther is the principal village on Fife’s East Neuk Coast and was formerly two distinct burghs, Anstruther West and East. The two parts of the village are divided by the Dreel Burn. Anstruther was originally founded as a fishing village and played a major role in the Scottish herring industry. The history is well documented in the Scottish Fisheries Museum sitting alongside the attractive and busy harbour. Now popular with tourists, Anstruther offers many cafes, bars, galleries and restaurants including the award-winning Anstruther Fish Bar, and tourists sit around the harbour enjoying their traditional fish and chips. The harbour is now home to the many pleasure craft offering trips along the coast or to the Isle of May in the Firth of Forth to view the puffin and seal colonies. Across the Forth is Edinburgh and this is easily accessed by car or public transport for an exciting day out. Another popular attraction is the Secret Bunker, a former Cold War nuclear bunker now open to the public. With beautiful coastal walks, the proximity of many golf courses, including St Andrews, Anstruther has so much to offer the visitor.