Holiday Cottages in Fife
The Kingdom of Fife is bounded on three sides by the North Sea and the Firth of Forth, and includes the towns of St. Andrews and Dunfermline, the historical capital of Scotland.
The charming East Neuk fishing villages are dotted along the coast and offer beautiful harbours and vistas that have attracted artists for centuries. Just 30 minutes from the hustle and bustle of Edinburgh, you can choose a variety of self-catering cottages and holiday homes.
Choose accommodation with a view onto the world-famous St. Andrews Old Course, a 17th century fisherman’s cottage in one of the many coastal villages, or base yourselves on a farm or estate with room for children to roam free – wherever your self-catering base, your holiday in Fife will be a special one!
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New V&A Design Museum
Opening on 15th September 2018, but stunning to view until then from the outside, the new V&A Museum will be Scotland's first Design Museum. The museum will house static and changing exhibitions Designed by Kengo Kuma it really is stunning. https://www.vandadundee.org/
Loch Leven's Larder
A fabulous cafe and restaurant that also boasts a great deli and wonderful gift shop. It also has an outside seating area that overlooks Loch Leven and a great play area. It's also very welcoming to dogs. It's a great stop off point if you're walking Loch Leven's Heritage Trail!
The perfect place to see a Scottish sunset
The villages of Newport-on-Tay and Wormit are ideal to view a fabulous sunset behind the Tay rail bridge. Drive along the waters edge from Tayport to Newport then Wormit and stop en-route at The Newport or The View Restaurant for a bite to eat.