Anstruther 0.5 miles.
A charming semi-detached cottage superbly located near Cellardyke harbour, close to the popular and attractive fishing village of Anstruther on Fife's beautiful East Neuk coast.
A period property, with many original features, this Anstruther self-catering cottage is ideal for families and friends looking for the ideal base for exploring this beautiful part of Scotland.
This Anstruther cottage has five bedrooms including a children's bunk room, with one of the doubles benefiting from an en-suite shower room.
The ground floor living accommodation in this cottage near Anstruther consists of a fitted kitchen, a dining room and two sitting rooms, with the larger one boasting an open fire to add to the period charm of the house.
The enclosed rear garden of this Anstruther cottage is the perfect place to relax and unwind with a lawn and a charming decked seating area with furniture and barbecue.
A short stroll from this Anstruther cottage brings you to the delightful Cellardyke harbour, which dates from 1452 and used to be a very prominent fishing harbour.
Cellardyke adjoins the famous fishing village of Anstruther, always popular with visitors.
Enjoy fabulous coastal walks and boat trips from the many beautiful villages along this coast or visit the many museums on offer.
This Anstruther self-catering cottage is also ideal for golfers, with St Andrews only 10 miles away and many other courses nearby to tempt you.
A delightful Anstruther holiday cottage, with something for everyone.
Five bedrooms: 4 x double (one with en-suite shower, basin and WC), 1 x ground floor children's bunks. Bathroom with bath, basin and WC. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Ground floor basin and WC. Kitchen with breakfast area (seats 4). Utility. Dining room (seats 8). Sitting room (seats 6) with open fire. Second sitting room (seats 2) with double sofa bed.
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.
Note: Max 10 people, including infants.