- Cot available
- Highchair available
- Pub/shop < 1 mile
- Broadband / WiFi
Reviews & Ratings
14 Customer Reviews
"We thoroughly enjoyed our stay."
The Wee Hideaway was clean, comfortable, warm and with very pleasant decor. Although it is on the main road we weren’t troubled by traffic or other noise. We brought two dogs and appreciated the park and walk along the estuary being within easy reach. We got a very pleasant taster of Fife. Thank you.
"The Wee Hideaway is genuine hidden gem."
The property was well presented and very comfortable Great communication from Dave Gail. Would highly recommend a stay here
"We had a great short break in this very well designed and surprisingly spacious little hideaway."
Although small there was everything we needed and the treats on arrival were a lovely touch. We’ll be back next year !
"Beautiful cottage with everything you could possibly need."
Dog friendly too. Great location.
Thank you Barbara, SO pleased you enjoyed your holiday with us at the Wee Hideaway-thank you for your kind comments. Property Owner
"This is a little gem in a very quiet village."
The property has a brilliant shower, fully equipped kitchen and a cosy, comfy lounge. Our only gripes were the bed was very small and the lack of parking as we had to park in a dedicated car park about 400yards away up a bank. Communication is excellent and the property is situated with good surrounding walks. However the lack of gastro-pubs in Newburgh and the nearby areas is terrible. You must travel at least 10 miles to find a decent eating pub. We can highly recommend the Bear Tavern on the high street for drinks and good banter with the locals, but apart from that Newburgh does not offer much.
"Great place in the middle of town."
Quiet. Everything you need is available,
"This beautiful cottage was just amazing, so quiet and catered for every need, very comfortable bed, very clean, log burning fire, which we used every night!"
local pubs and shops, we were left a welcome pack on arrival which was so kind and thoughtful. Thank you for a lovely holiday in this scenic, tranquil part of the country, if we would move here permanently we would!
"We had a lovely stay at the property…very relaxing 2 night stay."
The owners have used the space really well. The log fire was lovely, snacks left for us were a nice touch too. It would have been 5 stars, and we would have returned again if it wasn’t for the bed…anyone 6ft tall like myself or over will struggle to fit into it. The frame at the end of the bed meant that my feet were smacked against it, and it was difficult to get to sleep due to that. So I ended up not sleeping well for 2 nights..but apart from the bed, everything else was great!
"A lovely, cosy little upper cottage in a quaint wee village surrounded by rolling hills, woodland and fantastic riverside walks."
The accommodation was very comfortable and had everything we needed for a relaxing stay. The town has a number of shops, library, bakery, gallery and a couple of pubs. One of the pubs is the friendliest I’ve ever been in!! I would recommend this cottage to anyone looking to unwind in comfortable and stylish surroundings.
"Excellent area to stay, lovely cottage very peacfull location the owners added small personal touches and great local walks for dogs."
The location is centrally based to Edinburgh, perth, Stirling and St Andrews making it very easy to go on day trips, with alot of beautiful little villages in between. Would recommend to anyone looking for a quiet getaway.
Thanks for your feedback and great to hear you enjoyed the Wee Hideaway. The local area is beautiful and glad to hear you enjoyed exploring! David & Gail. Property Owner
"The property is in a lovely location and is warm and comfortable."
To describe it as self catering is not what I would call it unless you are prepared to take everything you need to cook with you and I mean EVERYTHING
Thank you for your feedback, we are pleased that you found The Wee Hideaway to be warm and comfortable, but we are sorry to hear you did not find everything required in the kitchen. We have not had this feedback from any other guests, however, we have added a few further items to make future guests visits as comfortable as possible. Property Owner
"We were more than happy at this property."
Lots of little extras that made it feel very homely and relaxed
Thanks for the great feedback and we are pleased to hear that you enjoyed your stay at The Wee Hideaway. Property Owner
"Enjoyed our stay at the Wee Hideaway."
Good location for visiting Fife and Perthshire.
Thanks for the feedback and really pleased to hear you enjoyed your stay at The Wee Hideaway. Property Owner
- First-floor apartment
- One double bedroom
- Shower room with walk-in shower, basin and WC
- Living/dining room with woodburning stove
- Electric central heating with woodburning stove
- Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, dishwasher
- Smart TV, WiFi
- Fuel, power, and starter pack for woodburning stove inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- On street parking
- 2 pets welcome
- Sorry, no smoking
- Shop 0.1 miles, pub 0.2 miles
The Wee Hideaway is located in Cupar and contains 1 bedroom(s) that sleeps up to 2 guest(s).
The property has many features and an excellent location.
The Wee Hideaway comes complete with full access to the Internet meaning you can keep up with all your day to day needs and upload pictures of your daily adventures to share with family and friends back home.
EPC Rating: Band D
Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £150.
About the location
St. Andrews 20.1 miles; Cupar 10.5 miles
The royal burgh and parish of Fife is an agricultural community positioned alongside the salmon fishing waters of the River Tay, overlooking the marshy Mugdrum Island. To the east lies the ancient Lindores Abbey, a historical and overgrown ruin left to be uncovered. There are plenty of attractions nearby such as, the Lindores Abbey Distillery for whisky lovers, the National Trust's Balmerino Abbey with its atmospheric 13th-century ruins and the Backhouse Rossie Estate, an RHS Partner Garden with rare plants, woodland walking and children's trails. The Tentsmuir National Nature Reserve at Morton Lochs offers something for everyone, an ever changing landscape with seals hauling themselves out of the water, hungry birds looking for food and a rich variety of nature's wonders. Though the village of Newburgh may be small, there are many treasures drawing in visitors; the remains of Macduff's Cross are a historical landmark to discover, Newburgh Sailing Club and Laing Museum featuring antiquarian artefacts of Newburgh's Alexander Laing. This delightful location is one for adventurous visitors seeking a rejuvenating break to the Fife countryside.
This property offers the following short breaks:
- Last minute