This three bedroom apartment is in a quiet, historic terrace, two minutes walk from Anstruther’s pretty harbour. Flexible accommodation, for a maximum of five people, includes master bedroom with king size bed, one bedroom with two single beds that can be converted into a super-king, and one single bedroom.
The apartment is accessed from a private road, to the rear of the terrace, with a dedicated parking space opposite the front door. On entering, an ornate staircase leads up to the first floor where you will find the well equipped dining kitchen, spacious, south facing living room, master bedroom and family bathroom. On the second floor there are two further bedrooms and a toilet/shower room. Outside, is a small, but very sunny, private garden with clothes drying area and seating.
Bedroom 1. Master bedroom on first floor with original fireplace and window with original wooden shutters.
Bedroom 2. Attic bedroom on second floor with two single beds that can be zipped together to form a super-king. Bay window and velux window.
Bedroom 3. Attic bedroom on second floor with single bed. Bay window and velux window.
South facing living room with original, shuttered window. Comfortable seating for five people, TV with Freeview.
Modern, fitted kitchen with electric oven, gas hob, dishwasher, fridge, freezer, toaster, microwave. Table and chairs for five.
Family bathroom. On first floor with bath, wc, wash hand basin, heated towel rail.
Toilet/shower room. On second floor with shower cubicle, wc, wash hand basin,
heated towel rail.
Private parking for one car
Small garden/ patio with table, BBQ, chairs, outside lighting, 'den', clothes drying line
Washer/dryer on ground floor
Cot, high chair and stair gate can be provided
Set of golf clubs to borrow
Outdoor shed/den with play items for small children
Supplies of essential items eg tea/coffee/sugar, hand soap/washing powder/dish-washing tablets etc
Partial sea views from most windows
One small, well behaved dog welcome but not in bedrooms please
No smoking and we ask guests to please remove outdoor shoes at the door (shoe rack provided).
Anstruther is one of the East Neuk of Fife’s favourite towns. Its position on the north side of the Firth of Forth gives it outstanding views south to the East Lothian coast, Berwick Law, Bass Rock and the Isle of May National Nature Reserve. Boats to the Isle of May sail from Anstruther harbour from May to September, making it a popular destination for birdwatchers. The town itself boasts a picturesque harbour, the excellent Scottish Fisheries Museum, world famous fish and chip shop and plenty of other good restaurants and convivial pubs. Anstruther also has beautifully preserved and restored buildings, two sandy beaches and a links golf course.
The Fife Coastal Path cuts through the town, with Pittenweem an easy mile and a half walk west and Crail four miles east. The trail connects what are, arguably, the most atmospheric and historically intact villages in Scotland. St Andrews, home of golf and of Scotland’s oldest university, is 10 minutes drive away. Regular bus services connect the East Neuk towns and villages.
Anstruther is approximately 1 hour 20 minutes from Edinburgh and 1 hour 45 minutes from Glasgow by car.
Things to do:
Golf! walking, bird-watching, sea swimming, beaches, sailing, pleasure cruises, sea fishing from harbour or boat, visiting cheese factory or craft brewery, painting, art galleries, festivals, visiting historic towns, archaeological sites.