Saddlers House is a spacious house of great character and charm in a lovely setting close to the historic Falkland Palace in the popular historic village of Falkland in the Howe of Fife. Saddlers enjoys a delightful outlook over the village square to the front whilst to the rear there are views over the palace orchard and beyond. With East Lomond rising up to the south the house offers easy access to the neighbouring Falkland Estate with its wonderful network of paths and open spaces whilst Falkland Palace, the popular tourist attraction managed by the National Trust for Scotland, is within 100 yards of Saddlers House. Falkland is well served in terms of local services and amenities with a post office and a number of shops, along with several hotels and pubs. The popular organic café and farm Pillars of Hercules is within walking distance through the enchanting Falkland woods. Impressively positioned in the lee of the Lomond Hills, the village is very well placed for access to Cupar, Dundee, Kirkcaldy and St. Andrews as well as Fife's charming East Neuk. Edinburgh, Dundee and Perth are all within comfortable travelling distance.
Having featured on the small screen in recent years in the hugely popular Outlander series, Falkland offers ready access to the beautiful rolling countryside of Fife with a lovely mix of farmland, coastline, hill and river. The result provides a fine choice for the outdoor enthusiast with walking, cycling, riding, sailing, tennis and of course golf all readily available. The area is home to an array of wildlife with the wide open spaces of the Lomond Hills offering considerable scope. There are many highly regarded golf courses in the area including the renowned golf courses at St. Andrews as well as Lundin Links, Crail, Ladybank, Elie and Leven. In terms of days out there are good sandy beaches at St. Andrews, Tentsmuir and Elie whilst the pretty fishing villages of Fife's quaint East Neuk, which include Pittenweem Crail and Anstruther, are less than thirty minutes to the south-east. There are several popular National Trust for Scotland properties in the area including Kellie Castle, Hill of Tarvit and of course Falkland Palace itself.
There are railway stations in Cupar, Ladybank, Markinch and Kirkcaldy with Edinburgh airport about a forty-five minute drive to the south.
Believed to date from 1777 and originally the village saddler's house and shop, Saddlers House is a charming B listed house in a prime position next to the church within the centre of the historic and sought after village of Falkland.