Semi detached former fisherman's cottage with large and secluded south facing garden, in quiet coastal village enjoying spectacular sea views and direct access from the garden to the rocky shoreline. Within easy walking distance to a variety of restaurants including the family friendly Haven restaurant and pub which is only a two minute walk away. Many out door activities available nearby. This House has lots of storage space for bikes, (we have two adult bikes that guests can borrow) golf clubs, (you can borrow ours) canoes (bring your own) and other outdoor equipment which makes this is an ideal holiday retreat for active families. There are three large bedrooms (One double and two twins) and a small but modern and well equipped kitchen. The house is spacious and the adjoining two storey net loft has a full size ex pub pool table in the upper floor. Lots of garden furniture and charcol and gas BBQs available. The house also has Sky TV, WiFi internet and a landline telephone.
Centrally heated cottage with large secluded garden ideally situated with direct access to the shoreline and situated on the Fife coastal path. stunning sea views. Ideal for families with vast amounts of storage space for bicycles, golf clubs or other outdoor gear. Arranged over two levels with a basement and an adjoining net store. Cellardyke is 10 miles from St Andrews and an easy one hours drive from Edinburgh with it’s International Airport and only a short walk from the prosperous fishing village of Anstruther. This is an excellent location for visitors who are keen to sample the many outdoor activities that the East Neuk of Fife has to offer.
Ground Floor: Main sitting room/dining room with log-burning stove overlooks the rear garden and with spectacular ever changing sea views to the Isle of May. Bathroom with Bath, WC, Whb and Separate Shower. Large twin bedroom. Modern Galley kitchen with gas Hob, Oven, Microwave, Fridge & Dishwasher, over looks the garden and the sea.
First floor: One Double bedroom with spectacular sea views. One twin bedded bedroom with hand crafted storage area. Front facing box room with Velux window and single bed. Hallway with storage space. Basement. Large basement with twin belfast sinks, Fridge freezer, Washing machine and Dryer. Can also be used for storage and for hanging up clothes or wet suits internally.
Net Store: On two levels, accessible from the street outside, ideal for storing bikes, water sports gear etc. Garden: Large and mature south facing garden with good sized grassed area. There are two sets of garden furniture (one close to the house and one at the end of the garden next to the sea).
Anstruther or Ainster is the largest and busiest of the 'East Neuk' coastal towns. It was, until 50 years ago, a busy fishing village, but the demise of the North Sea herring shoals around this time saw fishing disappear. The history of fishing, from the earliest times to the present day, can be remembered by a visit to the Scottish Fisheries Museum. Anstruther is now a bustling town with a variety of shops, pubs and excellent restaurants, mainly specialising in seafood. Regular boat trips to the Bird Sanctuary on the Isle of May.
Golfers are close to the world famous courses at St Andrews, the excellent new Kingsbarns links and the historic East Neuk links of Crail and Elie. Many other excellent Scottish links courses within easy reach and there are many special deals on offer.
Walkers can enjoy the fabulous Fife coastal walk which links The Forth and Tay bridges and which leads past the front door of Seabraes. The Fife Cycle routes are also easily accessible from this property.
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Nov 1 2013 - Dec 20 2013
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (British Pound) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.