Sykes rating 2 Guests 1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom Pets No Features Off road parking Ground floor accommodation Ground floor bedroom Garden / Patio Cot available Highchair available Washing machine Broadband / WiFi Reviews 2 Customer Reviews "The cottage was warm, comfortable and more spacious than the pictures show." Approx 300 yards up an old coaching road, but no problem with access and parking right outside. Very peaceful. Ideally situated for visits to National Trust sites, beaches and fishing villages - all within a short drive. Rosalind and Brian were very welcoming and live next door should there be a neede to contact them. Local supermarkets 10 mnutes away by car in Cupar if you need to shop. Reviewed by Jean5.0★Sep 2023 "As we arrived we received a very warm welcome from Rosalind, who, with her husband Brian, own and maintain this lovely cottage and live right next door." The cottage is spotlessly clean, well decorated, warm and comfortably furnished. There is a fully equipped kitchen which includes everything from a coffee maker to a washing machine. This is an excellent base from which to explore the local area although the cottage is so nice you might just want to stay in and relax! Reviewed by David5.0★Sep 2023 There are no reviews featuring this term Show all reviews Show more Hide all Summary Single-storey One double bedroom Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC Spacious kitchen/diner Generous sitting room with toasty heating Oil central heating Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine and coffee maker TV and WiFi Fuel and power inc. in rent Bed linen and towels inc. in rent Off-road parking for 2 cars Enclosed garden with lawn and furniture Sorry, no smoking Shop and pub 2.1 miles Note: This property does not accept children Note: Property is not suitable for any pets The property Ceres 2.2 miles. Situated on an old stage coach road overlooking the Howe of Fife, is the the homely, single storey spacious Katmoget Cottage. With all the home comforts needed for a self-catering break with your other half, while being within easy reach of a wealth of Scotland’s beautiful landscapes and attractions, Katmoget Cottage makes the ideal base for a couple or solo traveller. Off-road parking greets you as you arrive at the property, with an enclosed, lawn garden for you to relax in inviting you for a cup of tea once your car is unloaded. Inside, the kitchen is equipped with everything you need for tasty, home-cooked meals, including an electric cooker, a handy coffee machine, and dining seating for two guests. From here, make your way to the sitting room to unwind for the evening, which is home to a TV, plush furniture and toasty heating. Get some rest in the double bedroom before a day of exploring the area, and when you wake, choose from a bath or shower in the bathroom to freshen up. From the doorstep of the cottage, you can find an array of walking and cycling routes, with amenities just a couple of miles away in the village of Ceres, or you can find more slightly further away in the town of Cupar. There are plenty of coastal villages and the scenic Fife Coastal Route within reach of the cottage by car, the perfect way to get some fresh sea air. You can also find the iconic St Andrews, known for its famous seven golf courses, sandy beaches, harbour, and stunning architecture, just a short drive away. Closer to your home-from-home is the National Trust’s Hill of Tarvit Mansion, Scotstarvit Tower and Falkland Palace and Gardens, for lovers of history and preservation. For more hustle and bustle, the cities of Dundee and Edinburgh await you with plenty of pubs, restaurants, and shops to discover, with a train running from Cupar regularly. Explore the best of Scotland with a break at Katmoget Cottage. EPC Rating: Band D View on map About the location CERES Cupar 3.3 miles; St Andrews 8.2 miles; Dundee 15.4 miles; Perth 25.2 miles. Ceres is a beautiful Scottish destination, recognised as 'the most attractive village in Scotland' due to its unusual layout and charming pantile cottages. The village is in close proximity to the Ceres Moor from Cupar and bustling university town of St Andrews. Found in the centre of the village is the popular village green, hosting an annual gaming event to celebrate the return of men from the Battle of Bannockburn in 1314, said to one of the earliest Annual Games in Scotland, as well as the fascinating Fife Folk Museum, Griselda Hill Pottery and a local shop, pub and tea room. The Fife Pilgrim Way passes through here, spanning over 64 miles from either North Queensferry or Culross, over to St Andrews, hosting awe-inspiring views throughout history and stunning landscapes. Must see nearby locations in the area include Cupar, St Andrews, Anstruther and the picturesque fishing villages of the East Neuk of Fife, offering a wealth of Scottish History and culture, all a short journey away.