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Low Tide, Anstruther, Fife

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Anstruther is the central village in the East Neuk of Fife. Famous for the picturesque fishing villages, sandy beaches, coastal walks and a whole range of sporting activities, particularly golf, walking and watersports. There are also many indoor tourist attractions from award-winning museums and art galleries and a whole range of superb coffee shops and eating places. The old university town of St Andrews with its world famous golf courses is only nine miles away and there are many other golf courses in the area - you are spoilt for choice!

Anstruther is a friendly and hospitable village. During the summer there are many local events including art exhibitions, a music festival and the annual Lifeboat Gala. The Fisheries Museum is well worth a visit giving an insight into the history of the fishing industry. Whilst the harbour is no longer used as intensively for fishing there are still lots of boats about. You can take a boat trip to the Isle of May which is 4 miles off the coast and is both a nature reserve and a bird sanctuary.

Kellie Castle, which is run by the National Trust for Scotland, has one of the loveliest gardens in Fife and is a popular tourist attraction. Scotland's Secret Bunker is a fascinating place to visit - hidden under an innocent looking farmhouse the secret accommodation would have been the nerve centre of Scotland in the event of nuclear war.

The Fife Coastal Path runs through Anstruther and stretches for a total of 150km, ideal for either a gentle stroll or a more serious hike. It is possible to book tuition at the sailing club and the outdoor activities centre offers abseiling, canoeing and archery. The local golf course which overlooks the sea is ideal for an energetic game of golf. For those wanting to relax and unwind, Anstruther's narrow winding streets are home to cosy pubs and delightful tearooms as well as award winning restaurants and the best fish and chip shop in Britain!

  • Sleeps - 2
  • Bedrooms - 1 double
  • Bathrooms - 1
  • Washing machine
  • Microwave
  • TV/video/DVD/stereo
  • Central heating
  • Cot and high chair available
  • Garden furniture
  • Off-street parking
  • All ground floor so suitable for limited mobility
  • Pets welcome
  • Free WiFi
  • In Anstruther
  • St Andrews - 9 miles
  • Edinburgh airport - 40 miles
  • Station - Leuchars 14 miles
  • Pubs/restaurants - good choice within 1/2 mile
  • Golf course - lots in area and nearest 1 mile
  • Beaches, Coastal walks, Cycling
  • Boat trips to Isle of May
  • Outdoor activity centre
  • Kellie Castle

Accommodation:
Low Tide is an old fisherman's cottage situated in the quaint village of Cellardyke which adjoins Anstruther. Looking out over the sea, the shared back garden goes down to the sea wall, and the seating area is perfect spot from which to enjoy the view and sea air. The high garden walls provide great shelter and it can be quite a sun-trap! Situated close to shops, restaurants, bars and the local bus route, it is only a few minutes stroll into the heart of the village.

Ideal for two people, the holiday home has a sitting room/dining room/newly fitted kitchen, (with TV/DVD/video/stereo), comfortable double bedroom and bathroom with shower over the bath. Once inside, the house is all on one level, being on the ground floor. The sitting room has magnificent views out over the sea. There is electric heating and off street parking.

Directions:
From St Andrews head on the B9131 to Anstruther. On reaching Anstruther head down to the harbour, continue along the shore past the harbour and fisheries museum to reach James Street. Continue along James Street until reaching Cellardyke town hall. Low Tide is just across the road on the sea side.

From Kirkcaldy head to Leven on the A915, continue through Leven to Upper Largo, then join the A917 to Anstruther. On reaching Anstruther head down to the harbour and continue as above.

What's included:
Central heating is included in the rental price. All bed linen and towels are provided. Free WiFi.
There is a 15 supplement per dog.

Cost and availability:
Change over day is Friday - arrivals after 4pm, departure by 10am.
Short breaks are available.

To book this lovely Anstruther self catering cottage for 2, click the enquiry button below and see availability and rental rates.




Low Tide, 2 Martins Court, Tolbooth Wynd, Cellardyke, Anstruther KY10 3BG Scotland

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