Fabulous ocean front 2 bedroom accommodation with uninterrupted ocean views. Just minutes from the beach and wonderful for children. Fishing paradise.
- View : Panoramic, unobscured, sea/ocean, harbour, village, fantastic sunset
- Kids welcome
- Setting : Historical, Ocean
- Rocky beach at <50m
- Golf, Fishing
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SELF CATERING. With a touch of class. The House was built in 1782 and stands in an elevated position with superb sea views over to The Isle of May. The Cupid Room is situated on the top floor of the house and has three Gothic arched windows overlooking the ocean. Large and spacious room with a built in window seat to enable you to enjoy the views. Crystal chandelier and dimmed lighting. Wonderful plaster work. Fireplace. TV and CD player. The perfect setting for a honeymoon or romantic getaway. TWIN BEDROOM WITH WINDOW SEAT OVERLOOKING THE OCEAN. The Cupid Room on the top floor leads out to the hall with shower room and toilet. A turned staircase leads down to the middle landing. From here a door leads out to the Castle Walk that leads down to the harbour area. Also on this level is the twin bedroom with window seat overlooking the sea. TV in room. The Fife Coastal Path leads down from the house and is extremely popular.
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Neuk is the old Scottish word for corner and the East Neuk of Fife is the name given to the wedge of land running around the eastern peninsula of Fife. The little village of Crail is known as the jewel in the crown amongst the string of fishing towns leading round the coast to the famous town of St Andrews. A haven for artists and writers its peaceful and picturesque setting is a magnet for visitors to the east coast of Scotland. Here you will find whitewashed cottages with red pantiled roofs crowding into small winding streets that lead to the secluded harbour. Crail is famous for the quality of the local crab and lobsters that are available for you to choose and have cooked for you on the spot. GOLF IN THE KINGDOM OF FIFE. St Andrews Old Course—15 minutes. Balcomie Links Course— 4 minutes. Lundin Links, Leven, St Andrews New Course, The Jubilee, The Dukes Course, Ladybank, Balbirnie, Drumoig, Crail Golfing Society,
Location AccessHouse Crail
Easy access from Edinburgh Airport (about 90 minutes drive) An easy 15 minutes from the famous St Andrews and the Old Course. An ideal base for visiting Scotlands many tourist attractions and within easy reach of many Castles and Mansion houses. Lots and lots of visitor attractions in the area.