Falkland 0.75 miles.
Nestled under Falkland Hill, this delightful terraced cottage is superbly located in the hamlet of Newton of Falkland, close to the town of Falkland, in the heart of rural Fife in Scotland.
Well appointed throughout and providing stunning views of the Lomond Hills and Fife countryside, this Falkland cottage is ideal for families and friends looking to enjoy a tranquil break in Scotland, amidst gentle scenery and beautiful villages.
Full of charm, this Falkland cottage boasts three lower ground floor bedrooms, a king-size, double and twin, a well-equipped kitchen and a sitting room with warming woodburning stove, which opens out to the conservatory.
Outside your Fife holiday cottage is a lovely decked area with furniture, which looks out over the Fife countryside towards Falkland, an ideal spot for relaxing on a sunny day.
Just beyond this cottage in Fife are the attractive Falkland and Freuchie, the former being home to the impressive Falkland Palace, with its pretty gardens and original tennis court, along with fantastic walking and cycling around Falkland Estate.
A choice of fishing can be enjoyed from your Fife holiday home, either in the local fish farm or sea angling 15 miles away on the coast, and with St Andrews only 19 miles away the golfer is well catered for too.
A charming Falkland cottage, ideal for discovering this beautiful part of Scotland throughout the year.
Three bedrooms: 1 x lower ground floor king-size double, 1 x lower ground floor double, 1 x lower ground floor twin. Ground floor bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Fitted kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with woodburning stove and doors to conservatory. Snug (seats 2).
About the location
Perth 18 miles; St. Andrews 19 miles; Dundee 21 miles.
Falkland is a town and former royal burgh in Fife. The town sits at the foot of the Lomond Hills in beautiful rolling farmland. It is believed that Falkland was inhabited prior to the 12th century, however the village became more prominent following the building of Falkland Castle after 1160. The castle now sits within the grounds of Falkland Palace, the former royal palace of King James IV of Scotland in 1501, and now in the care of the National Trust for Scotland. Within the palace is the original real tennis court, built in 1539, which is the world’s oldest tennis court still in use. Nearby is the Lomond Hills Regional Park, offering walking with rewarding views, while the Fife coast, with its collection of attractive fishing villages such as Anstruther and Crail, is a must-see. St. Andrews is only a short drive away and with the rugged scenery of the Angus Glens and the cities of Edinburgh, Perth and Dundee all within easy reach, this great location has plenty to offer.