Fife self-catering accommodation

Farm Cottages, lodges and holiday homes in Anstruther, East Neuk of Fife. Anstruther has narrow streets, craft shops, pubs and a the harbour and marina. Boat trips can be booked to take you to the bird sanctuary nature reserve on the Isle of May, where you can see puffins, shags, kittiwakes, razorbills, guillemots amongst other scottish birds.

Cottages, lodges, converted farm steadings for rent in a beautiful part of Fife. Quality holiday cottages sleeping 2-6 8-10, 12-16 guests beautifully presented, renovated and refurbished - luxury to budget. If you are looking for a country cottage in Scotland Anstruther is a fantastic place for a coastal holiday - whether you want to curl up in front of a log fire, relax in a secluded garden, play golf, walk on sandy beaches or visit historic castles and gardens.

Farm Cottages, lodges and holiday homes in Anstruther, East Neuk of Fife

Spacious self-catering cottages in a wonderful part of Scotland - beautiful beaches, scores of golf courses, lovely walks, lots of cycling paths and plenty of interesting places to visit. Anstruther is perfectly situated to explore all the East Neuk of Fife has to offer: the historic houses of Kellie Castle, Falkland Palace and Hill of Tarvit as well as the award-wining beaches of Saint Andrews and Elie.

  • Edinburgh airport – 46 miles
  • Edinburgh – 50 miles
  • Perth – 40 miles
  • Dundee - 27 miles
  • St Andrews – 9 miles
  • Elie – 5 miles
  • Crail – 4 miles
  • Cambo Gardens – 7 miles
  • Falkland Palace – 25 miles
  • Deep Sea World – 37 miles
  • Pubs/restaurants - award-winning eateries nearby
  • Fife Coastal Path
  • Scotland's Secret Bunker
  • Isle of May Nature Reserve
    – by boat from Anstruther
  • East Neuk Outdoors Activity Centre – 2 miles
  • Water sports, sailing, boat trips
  • Horse riding, Cycling, Fishing
  • Golf courses, links courses, walking
  • Castles and stately homes
  • Galleries, museums and art festivals
  • Golden sandy beaches
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