OverviewStenton Cottage is a comfortable, traditional Elie Cottage, which overlooks the Toll Green in the centre of the village. Within easy walking distance to all amenities on the High Street, and only a 5 minute stroll to our lovely, sandy beach, it makes an ideal base from which to enjoy all that Elie and the surrounding East Neuk villages have to offer.
Traditional hall providing access to all rooms, and staircase to first floor.
Bright and comfortable room with front facing window overlooking the Toll Green. Fire surround with electric fire. 3 seater sofa and 2 x matching chairs. Swivel chair with footstool. Occasional furniture. TV.
Modern fitted kitchen. Electric hob. Electric oven. Extractor hood. Fridge. Dishwasher. Microwave. Good sized dining area with table and 6 chairs. Wall mounted TV. Window overlooking the Toll Green.
Functional area to the rear with door to outside area. Base units. Sink. Central heating boiler. Freezer. 2nd Fridge. Washing machine. Ceiling Pulley.
White suite with WC, wash hand basin and bath. Shower over bath with shower curtain. Window to rear.
Spacious room with bay window to the front overlooking the Toll Green. Decorative fireplace. Double bed. 2 x bedside cabinets with lamps. Wardrobe. Dressing table/mirror/ chair. Additional single chair.
Front facing bedroom with 2 x single beds. Large chest of drawers. Bedside cabinet and lamp.
Rear facing bedroom with 1 x single bed. Wardrobe. Bedside table and Lamp.
Front facing bedroom with 1 x single bed. Dressing table/mirror/chair. Clothes/shoes hanging rail.
Private, small paved area at the rear (accessed from the utility room) ideal for sitting out with a coffee. Small table and 2 chairs.
2 small dogs permitted (supplement applies - please keep dogs on ground floor and off furniture and beds)
Bedding, linen and towels provided (please bring your own beach towels)
There is no private parking with the property, however there is unrestricted public parking close-by on Elie High Street, and surrounding streets.
Elie has lots to offer visitors including golf, tennis, a watersports centre and some of finest beaches in Scotland, as well as several pubs & restaurants. Elie is just one of the many pretty coastal towns that occupy this stunning stretch of coastline — connected by the Fife Coastal Walk pathway — including Pittenweem (famous for its arts festival), St Monan’s and Crail (where you can buy fresh crab and lobster at the harbour).
The area is Golfer heaven with Lundin Links and Elie Golf House (plus Elie Sports Club also offers a nine-hole course suitable for beginners, a pitch and putt green as well as tennis and golf camps for children during the school holidays) whilst the famous links courses, the Old Course St Andrews and Kingsbarns, are less than 15 miles away. A brand new course, the Dumbarnie Golf Links Golf Course and Country Club, located directly in front of Newburn Cottage, opened in May 2020. Just outside of Elie, there is an equestrian centre at Kilconquhar Castle Estate and the recently revamped 17th century pub and restaurant, The Kinneuchar Inn whose chef patron, James Ferguson, has outstanding culinary credentials.