Riverview Farmhouse Flat in the countryside by the sea enjoys spectacular views over the garden and River Forth towards Edinburgh. Light spacious self contained character accommodation with French doors leading to the garden.
For further information please contact:
Sheena Inglis email@example.com Tel 01383 860340
Dalachy Farm sits 1½ miles from picturesque Aberdour conservation village on the A921 in the historic Kingdom of Fife.With sea views in a rural location Dalachy is run by the Inglis who grow a variety of crops as well as rearing cattle and sheep.Our Dalachy Beef and Lamb is available at local Farmer's Markets and Farm shops. Ideal for throwing a home reared steak on the barbie or taking a roast away to enjoy at home,
Riverview Farmhouse Flat in the countryside by the sea on an elevated South facing position. It has a magnificent outlook over the garden and River Forth towards Edinburgh with the Pentland hills on the horizon. Part of the ground floor of our traditional stone farmhouse, this light and spacious accommodation is completely self contained, with a comfortable cottage character.
Accommodation Sleeps: 4 + cot in 2 bedrooms
- Living room with Dining and Kitchen area and French doors leading to the garden.
- Bedroom 1 - Super King/ twin Bedroom with zip and link beds
- Bedroom 2 - Twin Bedroom
- Bathroom with over-bath electric shower, toilet, hand basin and shaver point.
- Second toilet with hand basin.
- Bed linen, towels and electricity are all inclusive.
- Travel cot and high chair are available.
- Broadband WI FI.
- Panoramic views
- Large garden where you can have a barbecue or sit and watch the boats sail by. Plenty of room for the kids to play.
- Garden furniture and barbecue.
- On working farm.
- Scenic country walks from the doorstep with Fife Coastal Path passing nearby.
- Edinburgh is an epic 35 minute train journey over the famous Forth Railway Bridge
- Short breaks of two nights or more available out-with school holidays. Longer lets available.
- Sorry no pets
- Non smoking
Within easy reach of Edinburgh, St Andrews, Perth and Stirling. Whether your perfect holiday includes being in the countryside, sport, history, culture, castles, whisky, shopping, theatre, cinema, touring, boat trips, train journeys, or sitting in the garden watching the boats sail by then this river view farmhouse accommodation is the ideal place to stay.
Aberdour (5 minutes by car) is a picturesque conservation village. There is a range of good eating places such as coffee shops, restaurants and pubs-some with live music. Shops include the baker, newsagent, chemist, mini supermarket, gifts, antiques, jewellery and art gallery. Other amenities available include the blue flag award beach, harbour, church, castle, bowling green, tennis courts, golf course, coastal walks and railway station.
Edinburgh and all thet Scotland's capital city has to offer is only 35 minutes by train over the world famous Forth rail bridge.
Available close by is golf, golf driving range, walking, hiking, indoor climbing wall, bike hire, cycling, tennis, indoor bowls, ten pin bowling, clay pigeon shooting, indoor carting, quad biking, gliding, falconry, paint balling, bird watching, swimming, wreck diving, water sports, fishing, horse riding, motor racing, zorbing, winter curling, winter ice skating and more!
Did we mention golf? If you’re a golfer you’ll think you’ve died and gone to heaven! You can stay here a fortnight, play a different course every morning and afternoon and never have to travel more than a few miles.
Family activities nearby:
See the cows and sheep in the fields, playoutdoor games in the garden, build sandcastles on the beach, paddle in the sea, have an adventure in a castle, feed squirrels in the park, experience zorbing down a hill, go grass sledging, paint pottery, watch pandas and other animals at the zoo, get lost in a maze, walk a tree top walkway, explore a huge museum, take a boat trip to an island, see sharks swim over your head
Tourist Attractions in the area:
Cluny clays, shooting and golf
Deep Sea World.
Dunfermline - Scotlands ancient capital.
Loch Leven and castle where Mary Queen of Scots was held captive.
Culross a Royal Burgh with picturesque 17th century cottages.
Falkland and its royal palace.
The Scottish deer centre.
St.Andrews - castle, cathedral, British golf museum and golf courses.
East Neuk fishing villages.
Edinburgh - Castle, Royal Mile, Zoo, Dynamic Earth, museums, royal yacht Brittania, shopping and botanic gardens.
Transport and Parking
On Public Transport Route
No Pets Allowed
Accessible Parking Or Drop-off Point
Level access to dining room, cafe or restaurant
Level access to one or more bedrooms
Level access to all public areas
Outdoor Play Area
No credit cards accepted
Internet Banking Transfer
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