This Scotitish holiday flat is all on one level and comfortably sleeps 6 guests
Sitting Room - window to garden, comfy sofas, traditional fireplace with fire, TV, DVD/CD player
Dining Room - Dining table, 6 chairs, patio doors to garden. Cabinet with books, CDs and games
Kitchen - Modern and well-equipped with small island breakfast bar and all mod cons
Bedroom (1) - Spacious with two single beds (or made into a linked large double) two mirrored wardrobes, chest of drawers, 2 x bedside draw units, bay window. En-Suite - Shower, wc and wash basin
Bedroom (2) - A bright room with two single beds, large mirrored wardrobes, TV/video
Bedroom (3) - two single beds, double mirrored wardrobe, chest of drawers, window
Family Bathroom - Modern white suite with bath, mixer overhead shower, wc and wash basin, shaver point, heated towel rails
Games Room / Garage - equipped with dartboard and games/toys
Fife holiday apartment also has free WiFi
Clean Scottish self catering flat
Self catering in Fife - there is so much to do: A Fife self catering holiday has much to offer. Take the ferry from Anstruther harbour to the Isle of May at the mouth of the Forth estuary, to see the wonderful bird life (puffins and gilliwaites). Visit the beautiful village of Falkland and the palace, where Mary Queen of Scots played 'real' tennis (on the world's oldest court). Visit St Andrews and walk the famous Old Course, which is closed to golfers on Sunday but open for anyone to walk and enjoy the scenery. The town has much to offer, beautiful university buildings and quads, a ruined cathedral and castle, lovely pubs and restaurants, great shopping and the famous 'Chariots of Fire' beach - an absolute must. Stay at this Scottish self catering holiday flat and visit the coastal villages of the East Neuk of Fife, such as Elie with its lovely beaches, see the harbour and galleries in Pittenweem, sample the famous award-winning fish 'n' chips in Anstruther and stroll around the harbour (and try the fresh lobster) in Crail.
Scottish self catering, a home from home: When you are not out sampling the delights of the area, Mackenzie's is the perfect Scottish self catering holiday home. It is perfect for dining in, utilising the well equipped kitchen to turn out fantastic meals and serve them on the beautiful oak table looking out onto the garden and patio. Take advantage of the weather. Fife has its very own micro-climate and has less rainfall than other parts of Scotland. It's one of the reasons so many artists are based in the area along with the excellent light. The garden is south-west facing and during the summer months is perfect for barbecues (there's one in the garage). Curl up with a good book, there are plenty of those too, and be nice and toasty as this Fife self catering apartment has a fantastic central heating system to keep you warm on chilly nights. At any time of year, Mackenzie's in Fife is the perfect Scottish holiday home away from home.
We live in South Yorkshire but have been holidaying in Scotland, specifically the Fife area and Edinburgh for the best part of 25 years. We love the area, landscape, coastline, countryside, scenery and of course the people. It's a warm and welcoming place with lots to do and see.
We had the opportunity to buy a holiday home in 2008 and this beautiful flat came up for sale after an extensive refurbishment - absolutely everything in the flat was new, all we had to do was furnish it. We called it 'Mackenzie's', to reflect David's family history: David's middle name is Mackenzie, after his maternal grandfather Jock Mackenzie who came from Inverness, making David a quarter Scottish - but he's not owning up to which bit! In the apartment you will find various items of Mackenzie memorabilia.
Mackenzie's is a fantastic location. The village of Upper Largo is quiet and peaceful, but has a handy local shop and a pub/restaurant just around the corner. The layout of the apartment with three separate double bedrooms, separate lounge, dining room and kitchen, with a large garage, plus patio and garden, just make for an ideal base to explore Fife. It's also a lovel walk over open countryside down to Largo Bay and Lower Largo, which has two great pubs/restaurants too. It is also brilliant for golfers! (David's a bit keen!). For Mrs C, she loves moseying around the villages and particularly St Andrews, for its history, views across the beach, cafes, restaurants and shopping! Also, it's only an hour to other great places to visit such as Edinburgh, Perth and Stirling. For us it's just a perfect combination for a holiday in that part of the world. We try and visit around three to four times a year and just love being in Mackenzie's and soaking up the delights of what the local area has to offer.