Centrally located and just a short walk from the picturesque harbours of both Anstruther and Cellardyke, this house has an interesting history and has recently been renovated to provide stunning, spacious accommodation.
The accommodation comprises:
Large living room providing a comfortable space to chill out, watch TV or just relax with under floor heating warming toes.
French doors open out to a courtyard, which is linked to the upper deck and garden by an external staircase.
The lounge is also linked directly to the 33ft (10m) long, stunning, sun drenched kitchen/dining room via an internal spiral stair.
The kitchen is well equipped with an American style fridge freezer, range cooker, microwave and dishwasher, ample work surfaces and additional breakfast bar.
The separate dining area with oak table seats 10 people. In addition, there is an informal seating area, perfect for pre-dinner drinks.
Leading out from the dining area, through French doors, is a sheltered, fully enclosed, furnished sun deck and raised garden.
The front of the house provides 3 double bedrooms (1 with an en-suite shower room) and 2 twin bedrooms over three levels.
There is a family bathroom with a spa bath and also a shower room with WC located on the ground floor. In addition, there is a spacious cloakroom at ground floor level with adjacent utility room providing a storage area for golf clubs, beach toys, coats and boots.
About the location (Fife, Anstruther)
The town of Anstruther (which includes Cellardyke) has a wide range of shops, pubs and restaurants. Anstruther is home to the Scottish Fisheries Museum and, from the harbour, boat trips can be taken for sea angling or sightseeing to various areas of interest such as the Isle of May, a famous nature reserve where you can see puffins!
The area is renowned for attracting artists and musicians with open studio and musical events happening throughout the year.
For the more active there are the Tennis Courts, Elie Watersports Centre (sailing and generally messing about on the water) and the East Neuk Outdoors Centre (canoeing, abseiling etc) and there are also links directly into the Fife Coastal path offering walking opportunities across a wider area.
For the keen golfer, Fife is the home of golf and the Anstruther golf course voted toughest par 3 in the UK by Todays Golfer in September 2007. If that's not enough there are another 45 courses a short drive away, including the infamous Old Course at St Andrews.
Please note that an total initial instalment of 35% is required to confirm your booking, 10% initially via credit or debit card to edlets.com & a further 25% directly to the property host.
The remaining balance of 65% is due 8 weeks prior to arrival (or immediately if within this period) and is also payable directly to the property host.
Payment to the property host can be made via bank transfer, credit or debit card. Please note that credit cards payments will incur a 3% surcharge.
A refundable security deposit may also be requested.
Cancellation 8 weeks or more prior to arrival - 35% of total booking is retained; Less than 8 weeks prior to arrival - full payment is retained. All cancellations must be made in writing and acknowledged by the property host.
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