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Visit Scotland says; "An exceptionally well presented property with sea views that will never fail to impress"
Salmon Cottage is only 35 miles from the famous Gleneagles Golf Course - venue of the forthcoming 2014 Ryder cup competition.
Freshly laundered Linen / towels, toiletries, all utilities, free wi-fi, Sky TV, arrival refreshments, parking and many extras are all included with maid service for fresh linen & towels change during mid 2 week stay. Baby equipment supplied free of charge on request - includes travel cot, high-chair, toys etc.
Click on the 'visit website' link above to go through to Salmon Cottages own website to view availability calendar and to see a 'virtual tour' and enjoy a closer look at the interior and exterior of this unique property set on an award winning beach which truly is 'A Place By The Sea'. Winter sun breaks still available.
Salmon Cottage sleeps 4 plus baby in a travel cot and is the perfect location to experience the mild Fife coastline and award winning beaches, famous golf courses, coastal walking path, many good eating places and historic sites.
Enjoy the spectacle of the many rare migrant birds travelling south on stopover from the northern continent, and with a great choice of famous city attractions just a short distance away you can combine the serenity of the sheltered coast with the buzz and glamour of Edinburgh, St Andrews and the highlands where there is always something interesting to enjoy. Visit Scotland's Tourist Board inspectors commented that;
"The cleanliness, decoration and furnishings in this property are of an overall '5 star' standard" and wished us "continued success with the house and trust it will remain a popular place to visit". Other comments include;
"Salmon Cottage gives a contemporary look to an otherwise traditional sea front, a very modern property in a super sea side setting".
"Where else do the owners lend you their clubs and drive you to a first class links course at short notice? thanks George and Mary" (from previous guests).
Salmon Cottage is set in an enviable harbour location overlooking a sheltered, award winning gently sloping beach. This very modern property has been designed and transformed in a contemporary style by local architects to capture the stunning views across the bay towards the Inchkeith Island, the Bass rocks and Edinburgh's coastline. The house features all the stylish conveniences that a modern traveller would require to enjoy a memorable vacation in a tranquil location by the sea, and with a fine 18 hole golf course within walking distance we think there is something here for all the family to enjoy.
A second floor has been built around this ancient and unique salmon fishers bothy to create plenty open plan space with exceptional views from every huge window across the harbour and bay. Just a few steps from the patios of this detached house will take you straight on to the gently sloping award winning beach. There are no busy roads to cross therefore making it completely safe for the children to enjoy the beach and the foreshore with it's gently sloping beach and mysterious rock pools. Boats are always a prominent feature around the seafront and you can watch a great variety of large or small vessels regularly sailing by. Telescope and binoculars along with a wide array of personal luxury items provided will ensure your enjoyment of this fine house on the beach.
Fife is the ancient home of golf and the nearby villages have two fine 18 courses within walking distance of Salmon Cottage and there are many more famous courses within easy driving distance, including the Royal and Ancient St Andrews courses just along the coast.
The Fife coastal path can be accessed from Salmon cottage from where you can enjoy short evening strolls or longer walks, or cycle the coastal path from the iconic Forth bridges all the way round the coastline to St Andrews and beyond. If your very lucky you may catch sight of the huge sea eagles that have recently been re-introduced from their secret breeding grounds nearby. The nearby conservation areas have been set aside as sites of scientific interest because of the extensive range of wildlife and delicate flora and fauna that exists all along the Fife coast. Many rare varieties of sea and wading birds inhabit this coast where seals, dolphins and pilot whales are regularly seen swimming offshore.
Kinghorn village has it's own small railway station and with a low cost off peak rail ticket you can go by train, stress free across the famous Forth railway bridge straight into the heart of Edinburgh where you can visit the ancient Castle and churches, Edinburgh Zoo, Sir Walter Scott's Monument, the Scottish Parliament Buildings, the newly refurbished national museum of Scotland or take in a show at the famous Edinburgh Festival or military Tattoo. You can shop around on Princess Street and take in the sights of the Royal mile or just chill out and enjoy the many trendy bars, cafes and restaurants without the hassle of driving the car for the day.