Auchtermuchty 0.5 miles.
A stunning detached stone lodge in the grounds of the owner’s castle near Auchtermuchty in the beautiful Kingdom of Fife.
This delightful cottage is ideal for a couple looking for a quiet romantic retreat and a stylish break.
Set within the castle grounds, this superb cottage is set all at ground floor level and has one bedroom which can be a twin or a super king-size double.
The bathroom has underfloor heating and a sumptuous roll-top bath, ideal for a relaxing soak after a long walk.
The tiled floor in the well-equipped kitchen with dining area, adds a truly country cottage feel, whilst the sitting room is the perfect place to while away an evening with the woodburning stove crackling away in the background.
Take a stroll through the grounds, where you will find a lovely woodland walk, or if you are feeling energetic enjoy a game of tennis on an all-weather court.
The lodge is superbly located for exploring this wonderful corner of Scotland whether your preference is for superb beaches at Tentsmuir and St Andrews or the wonderful coastal villages of the East Neuk of Fife, walking the coastal paths, cycling or challenging yourself on one of the many Fife golf courses.
The nearby village of Auchtermuchty has a selection of shops and pubs and is only half a mile away.
Further afield you can visit the RSPB reserve at nearby Loch Leven or take a trip on one of the many boats available along the famous East Neuk coastline.
A superb cottage tempting you to explore the best Scotland has to offer.
About the location
Falkland 3 miles; Perth 17 miles; St Andrews 20 miles; Edinburgh 37 miles.
Known locally as Muchty, the village of Auchtermuchty can be traced back to Roman times, with the distinctive name translated from Scottish Gaelic as the somewhat less romantic ‘upland of the pigs’. Gaining royal burgh status in the 16th century and developed commercially through engineering, linen and whisky. Used as the backdrop for the television series ‘Dr Finlay’s Casebook’, the village still boasts the Tannochbrae Tea room. A statue in the village commemorates Sir Jimmy Shand, accordion player and bandleader and The Proclaimers also hail from the village. Auchtermuchty has local shops, pubs, chemist and a post office. There is much to see and do in this part of Scotland whether it is exploring nature in the RSPB reserve at nearby Loch Leven or one of the many boat trips available along the famous East Neuk coastline. St Andrews is only 30 mins drive with its famous golf course and stunning beaches. North of St Andrews, Tentsmuir also boasts spectacular beaches as well as woodland that is ideal for walking and cycling. The village of Falkland with its fabulous palace is s short drive away and Scone Palace near Perth is about 20 mins away. A superb base for exploring this distinctive and varied part of Scotland.
Note: Children over 12 only.