West Shore 15

East Fife

Sleeps 6

2 Bathrooms

3 Bedrooms

Pets Allowed

Overview

Dating back to the 1600's, and accessed via an original village wynd, West Shore is a traditional fisherman's cottage which is quietly situated, yet only 20m approx. from the historic harbour in the centre of St Monans. Sleeping six, it has been been modernised, whilst retaining its traditional character, with a beamed ceiling in the first floor sitting/dining room, which is where the fishermen used to dry their nets. Mature gardens surround the cottage, and a lawned/patio area has a bench to enjoy sitting outside.
Ground Floor

Entrance
Entered from the wynd, through a gate into the garden.

Reception Hall
Stable style door.Staircase to first floor.

Kitchen
Bright fitted kitchen with hob, oven,cooker hood, washing machine, tumble dryer, fridge/freezer, Microwave.

Dining Room
Dining table with 4 chairs. Traditional church bench. Fireplace. Access the hall and bedroom 2.

Master Bedroom En Suite
Double size room. Double bed. Storage. Spacious En Suite Bathroom with roll top bath, wash hand basin and WC.

Bedroom 2
Double size room. Double bed. Wardrobe storage Decorative fireplace.

Bedroom 3
Double size room. 3/4 size Bed. Fitted storage.

Shower Room
Immediately outside Bedroom 2. Fitted with shower cabinet, wash hand basin and WC.

Upstairs

Sitting/Dining Room
Large room with fireplace. Sufficient lounge furniture to seat 6+. 2 x futons. Dining table with 4 chairs.TV with Freeview. DVD, Beamed ceiling and velux windows.

Garden
Mature gardens with lawned area and bench.

Parking
There is public parking on West Shore and around the harbour.
Gas central heating
Wi-fi
Open fire in dining room
Hairdryer
Linen and towels provided (not beach towels, please bring your owm)
Pets allowed (supplement applies)

Location

Dating back to the 9th Century, St Monans is one of the small group of pretty, historic fishing villages which are located within the East Neuk of Fife. It has a thriving fishing harbour, and the Fife Coastal Path passes through the remains of Newark Castle. The grounds of St Monans Church offer breath-taking views over the Firth of Forth, and the much photographed three piers. The East Pier Smokehouse, Craig Millar@16 West End, and The Diving Gannet are within the village, and Bowhouse food market, which is close by, is a must visit. The market takes place each month just outside the village and showcases some of the very best local food & drink, music and crafts. St Andrews, the ‘home of golf’, is only 20 minutes’ drive away.

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