An immaculately-presented terraced cottage located in the delightful fishing village of St Monans on Fife's beautiful East Neuk coast.
Luxuriously appointed throughout to provide stylish, comfortable accommodation, this St Monans cottage is ideal for families or friends seeking an elegant base from which to explore this diverse and beautiful part of Scotland.
Set over three floors and beautifully decorated throughout, this St Monans cottage has three spacious bedrooms consisting of two king-size doubles and one twin.
The ground floor accommodation at this St Monans cottage exudes quality and style, with a well-equipped fitted kitchen and a comfortable dining room with a woodburning stove.
The sitting room is on the first floor and also benefits from a woodburning stove ensuring a relaxing and cosy atmosphere after a day exploring the coast.
The delightful terraced garden of this St Monans cottage is a few yards along the road with its own entrance and has beautiful views over the Firth of Forth and is an ideal place to sit with a drink and soakup the relaxing atmosphere.
The village of St Monans is one of a collection of charming fishing villages along this beautiful coastline and is part of the Fife Coastal Path.
This 117 mile footpath offers spectacular walking as well as varied wildlife.
A delightful St Monans cottage and a stylish base to explore this beautiful coastal region.
Over three floors. Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x second floor king-size double, 1 x second floor twin. Bathroom with freestanding bath, shower, basin and WC. Second floor basin and WC. Fitted kitchen. Dining room with woodburning stove. First floor sitting room with woodburning stove.
About the location
Anstruther 3 miles; St Andrews 12 miles; Edinburgh 45 miles.
St Monans takes its name from St Monance who was killed by raiding Danes in approx 875, and is one of a collection of picturesque, traditional fishing villages in Fife’s beautiful East Neuk or ‘corner’. The village has a pub/hotel, award-winning restaurant and a café. It also has a fish merchant and a traditional fish smokehouse as well as superb views over the Firth of Forth. Just along the coast is the equally attractive village of Anstruther which is home to not only the Scottish Fisheries Museum giving a fascinating insight into the fishing industry in Scotland but also the renowned and award winning fish and chip bar. A short drive away is St Andrews, the home of golf and also Falkland village, with its spectacular palace. Slightly further afield is Tentsmuir Forest National Nature Reserve which consists of some 50 square miles of dunes, heath, lochs, forest and a large variety of wildlife. With Edinburgh only 40 miles away and easily reachable train or car, St Monans truly has something for everyone.