Beach Harbour Retreat

East Fife

Sleeps 2

1 Bathrooms

1 Bedrooms

Pets Allowed

Overview

Literally only 2 minutes from the very centre of Anstruther, with its scenic harbour, beach, and great choice of boutique shops, Beach Harbour Retreat is quietly situated in cobbled Castle Street, which faces directly onto the Firth of Forth. This lovely 1 bedroom apartment (with additional, lockable room to securely store bicycles, golf clubs, walking equipment etc) is positioned on the ground floor of a traditional terraced house originally built in the 1700's, which has been sympathetically upgraded.
Entrance
Security Entry

Attractive, double glazed entrance door.

Reception Hall
Hardwood floor.

Lounge/Dining Room
Smart, spacious room positioned to the front. Hardwood floor. Decorative, exposed stone feature wall. Wood beamed ceiling. Fireplace with log burning stove. 2 seater leather sofa. Matching armchair. Floor lamp. Dining table with 2 chairs. Wall mounted TV.

Kitchen
Modern fitted kitchen with gloss fronted units and contrasting dark wood style work surfaces. Hardwood floor. Hob, Oven. Cooker hood. Dishwasher. Fridge/freezer. Microwave.

Bedroom 1
Comfortable, double size bedroom. Hardwood floor. Double size bed. Storage.

Bathroom
The bathroom is fitted with a modern suite comprising bath with overhead shower and screen, WC and wash hand basin.

Secure store room
There is separate room which belongs to the apartment, is accessed from the communal hallway, and has the same front door as the apartment itself. It is positioned to the front, and is the perfect place to store bicycles, golf clubs, walking equipment etc.

Garden
There is a communal, rear garden.

Parking
There is mainly unrestricted on-street parking, and there is a large car park only a few minutes away, overlooking the Harbour.
Wi-fi
Washing Machine
Linen and towels provided (not beach towels, please bring your own).

Location

Anstruther is a picturesque East Neuk village, with a choice of boutique shops, cafe's, chippy's, restaurants and pubs. It has a wide promenade facing onto the harbour, and pockets of beach to enjoy when the tide's out. From Anstruther Harbour, you can take sea angling trips or visit the Isle of May aboard the May Princess. This is a nature reserve only one mile long, located in the mouth of the Firth of Forth. During the summer season, departure times vary depending on tides, and can be cancelled in adverse weather. Allow four or five hours for the round trip, and remember to dress warmly. You can find out more from the May Princess's website. Between April and July the Isle of May's sea cliffs are covered in sea birds and the island is also home to a colony of grey seals. Visible from the mainland is the lighthouse, erected on the Isle in 1816 by Robert Louis Stevenson's grandfather, as are the remains of Scotland's first lighthouse, built in 1636, which burnt coals as a beacon.

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