The cabin is located in North Queensferry, a small, picturesque village and home to the three iconic Forth Bridges, including the rail bridge which is a World Heritage Site. The cabin has uninterrupted views down the River Forth, including the historic islands of Inchcolm and Inchkeith, all the way to North Berwick, over 30 miles away. Though in a rural setting, the cabin is only 12 miles from central Edinburgh. It is set in the owner's large, private garden and offers seclusion in a quiet location, visited by wildlife, including deer and pheasants. A winding, sometimes steep, private path leads directly to the beach and the Fife Coastal Path.
The wooden Cabin is newly refurbished and is well equipped, with Wi-Fi and television, radio and CD palyer, fridge/freezer, microwave oven and grill, electric hob, central heating and shower room. The deck in front of the cabin offers fantastic views, loungers, garden table and chairs and a firebox/barbeque. It has a coffee table, desk and chair, wardrobe, shelves, chest of drawers. Parking is secure and private.
The Cabin is sited above the Fife Coastal Path, for walking, biking and horse riding. It goes all the way to St Andrews. This is an ideal location to visit historic and other visitor attractions from Stirling to St Andrews, including prime golf courses, picturesque villages in the East Neuk of Fife, and breathtaking coastal scenery. It has easy access to Edinburgh, an all-year-round tourist destination and the most popular tourist city in the UK after London. The highlight of the year is the Edinburgh International Festival in August. North Queensferry itself has two pubs, a restaurant and a café, all a ten minute walk away.
There is a direct train service from Edinburgh to North Queensferry, then a short walk of 750 metres to the Cabin. Or, take the train to Inverkeithing and then a short taxi ride costing about £5. There is also a very regular bus service from Edinburgh and Edinburgh Airport (both 20-25 minutes) to the bus station at Ferry Toll, which is 1.5 miles distant. Buses from Ferry Toll also go to Dunfermline, St Andrews and other parts of Fife. An alternative route from the Airport is to take the new tram service to the rail station at Edinburgh Gateway and then the train to North Queensferry or Inverkeithing. Edinburgh Airport has many international and internal flights and budget flights.