Enjoy a holiday in this well equipped, 19th century, Category B listed, four apartment family house - ideal to make you feel at home, with a large child-safe rear garden, magnificent views across the Firth of Forth and wireless broadband.
The house is centrally positioned at the east end of the quiet village high street, within a Conservation Area. A narrow wynd (path) adjacent to the property leads directly down to the picturesque harbour bordered by traditional whitewashed, crow stepped, gabled and pantile roofed houses, with the added life and interest of the working fishing boats.
The garden is to the rear of the property and faces south over the Firth of Forth with views to the village harbour, North Berwick and the Bass Rock. It is shielded from easterly, northerly and to some degree westerly winds. The whitewashed walls of the house and outhouses to the east boundary reflect the sun and help create a beautiful sun-trap, which has been enjoyed all year round.
The East Neuk or eastern 'corner' of Fife is the name given to the part of the Fife coast lying between St Andrews and Lundin Links. Claiming some of the most fertile farmland in Fife it includes attractive picture-postcard fishing villages and former ports such as Crail, Anstruther, Pittenweem, St Monans and Elie. In medieval times much of Scotland's sea trade with Europe was conducted through these ports and in later years many of them were home to large fishing fleets. The area is a popular tourist destination, with its beaches, many links golf courses and walking or cycling possibilities.
The house can be booked either on a weekly basis or for short stays from a minimum of three nights.