Relax in the hot tub and enjoy the view of the beautiful countryside, the River Forth with its world famous rail and road bridge and over to Edinburgh.
Capital View is a modern, well situated lodge with all you need for a wonderful holiday
Clegg has been with VisitScotland for over 10 years with Willow Tree cottage and is pleased to have this second property, new for 2009
Situated on a traditional farm the lodge cabin consists of 3 bedrooms - master bedroom with ensuite facilities, family bathroom and large open plan kitchen, dining, living area. From here double doors open out onto the large decking area, where you can sit and relax or enjoy the hot tub, an opportunity not to be missed. You will be amazed with the outstanding, ever-changing scenery and wonderful views of the River Forth, Edinburgh and beyond.
Capital View Lodge Cabin consists of :
3 bedrooms, 1 double, 1 twin & 1 single
Master bedroom has ensuite facilities with walk-in shower
Family bathroom with bath and "over-head" shower
Kitchen contains washing machine, microwave and dishwasher
Lounge contains LCD TV with "freeview", DVD and CD player
Large windows from the dining area and kitchen look out over the outstanding views
Extensive decking area with garden furniture complete with hot tub to relax in whilst sitting back and admiring the breathtaking views
Secure storage shed for fishing gear, golf clubs, bikes etc
Bed linen and towels are provided
On arrival a welcome pack will be waiting to get you started on your holiday
Capital View is situated on the edge of a working farm and boasts stunning panoramic views overlooking the Forth estuary, Edinburgh, the Pentland hills all the way round towards North Berwick. The surrounding countryside is a place of natural beauty.
Fife is well known as The Home of Golf and has an abundance of golf courses.
The nearest village is Aberdour.
Aberdour has won many awards for best kept village. It has a wealth of tourist attractions including Aberdour Golf Club, Silver Sands beach-one of the most attractive beaches on the fife coast-,Aberdour Railway Station-prize winning-is well served by Kirkcaldy, Dunfermline and Edinburgh. Bursting with history it features St.Fillans church, Aberdour Castle and Dovecot and Incholm Island and Abbey
Aberdour has a local store, post office, bakers and several small craft shops including the famous green witches "Mystique Moments"
The larger town of Dalgety Bay is approximately 2 miles away and has 2 major supermarkets, further shops and facilities including a wide range of take-away food outlets
Edinburgh is approx. 30 minutes away and you can visit Edinburgh Castle, Edinburgh zoo, Dynamic Earth, museums and the Royal Yacht Britannia to name but a few
North Queensferry, approx. 15minutes by car has the award winning attraction of Deep Sea World
St. Andrews, approx. 50minutes by car, has many attractions including a castle, cathedral, British golf museum, sea life centre and of course the most famous golf courses of all - the Old Course
Dunfermline, approximately 20 minutes by car or bus has its own Abbey and the Carnegie Birthplace museum
East Neuk of Fife is worth a visit to see its picturesque fishing villages and beaches