Stone's Throw

East Fife

Sleeps 4

1 Bathrooms

2 Bedrooms

Pets Allowed

Overview

'Stone's Throw' is literally a stone's throw from our mile long sandy beach with stunning views stretching into the distance, and alive with bird and marine life. Less than a minutes walk, is the historic harbour and village grocery shop, with all the essentials as well as treats for the children. Pet friendly, this lovely, 2 bedroom cottage nestles in a central village location, and with it being all on the same level with no steps to navigate, it can comfortably accommodate guests with limited mobility. Largo is surrounded by world class golf courses, internationally important wildlife areas, and is a short drive from St Andrews.
ENTRANCE

Main door entrance directly into the property.

LOUNGE/DINING/KITCHEN

Laid out on an open plan basis with windows to the front. Traditional wooden Floor. Wood burner.
Comfortable sofa and chairs to seat 4. Dining table and 2 chairs. Wall mounted Smart TV.
Modern fitted kitchen with oven, hob, washing machine, Fridge and Microwave.

BEDROOM 1
Double sized bed
Window to the rear


BEDROOM 2
Twin, single sized beds.
Window to the rear.


SHOWER ROOM
Tiled. Fitted with Shower, WC and Wash Hand Basin

GARDEN
Shared garden at the rear

PARKING
Free on-street parking (subject to availability)
There ia a Car Park behind the house at the top of the hill, which is reached by driving along the Main Street and keeping left all the way. The walk back down to the house is much shorter. The path down between the houses takes you past the shared garden on the left.
Wi-fi.
Central Heating.
Wood Burner.
Pet friendly (supplement of £25 per pet applies)
Linen and towels provided (not beach towels, please bring your own)
Shared rear garden

Location

An ancient fishing village within the East Neuk, Lower Largo is situated on Largo Bay, along the north side of the Firth of Forth. It has a pretty harbour, which is now home to pleasure craft rather than fishing boats, and a long beach. The Main Street winds its way along the shoreline. Andrew Selkirk, a Scottish Sailor who spent 4 years as a castaway on an uninhabited island is said to have inspired Daniel Dafoe's fictional character, Robinson Crusoe. A life size bronze statue of Selkirk can be found outside the site of the cottage where he was born. An ideal location close to the new Dumbarnie Golf Course and Country Club (scheduled to open 16th May 2020), and approx 20 mins drive from St Andrews.

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