OverviewThis tastefully decorated and furnished 2 bedroom Ground Floor Apartment with parking, is ideally situated only minutes from the centre of the picturesque East Neuk village of Crail, with all the amenities it has to offer.The award winning Crail Beach, and The Fife Coastal Path, are within close reach. Wi-fi provided.
Communal entrance. Apartment positioned ground floor left.
Modern decor. Laminated wooden floor.
Positioned to the front, this bright and spacious room has modern decor and laminated wooden floor. Large, comfortable recliner sofa's. Fireplace with electric, pebble fire. Occasional lamps..Wall mounted TV with Freeview. DVD Player.
Laid out on an a semi-open-plan basis to the lounge, the spacious kitchen is fitted with a modern range of units with contrasting work surfaces. Breakfasting bench with high stools. Electric Hob. Electric Oven. Washing Machine. Fridge with ice-box. Microwave. Cafetiere.
Positioned to the front. Modern decor. Quality carpeting. King size bed. 2 x bedside cabinets with lamps. Chest of drawers, Wardrobe storage.
Positioned to the rear. Modern decor. Quality carpeting. Single size bed with single size mattress below (will ideally suit one adult or 2 children sharing). Fitted clothes storage.
Re-fitted with a modern shower suite. Tiled walls.Tiled floor.
There is a seating area immediately in-front of the Apartment with a bench provided.In addition, a garden table and 2 chairs is provided for outdoor use.
There is a shared, walled garden, to the side.
A whirligig is provided for external clothes drying at the rear
Within the courtyard there is private parking for guests and visitors.
Gas Central Heating
Bedding, Linen and Towels provided (not beach towels do please bring your own)
Crail is a charming seaside and fishing village in the East Neuk of Fife and boasts one of the UK's most photographed harbours. Cobbled streets lead to the harbour where you can enjoy freshly caught seafood at the Lobster Hut during the tourist season. In June each year, the village comes alive as it hosts the Crail Food Festival. There are plenty of buildings of historical interest, including the Tollbooth with its tower dating from about 1600. Many come to enjoy the two golf links courses at the Crail Golfing Society, or walk the beautiful stretch of Fife Coastal Path.The village centre is has a host of amenities which include a Co-op, Fish & Chip Shop, Sweetie-Shop, and a selection of Coffee Shops. There are 2 Hotels which welcome non-residents.