Great views nice ambience....just not for ambulant disabled ...great for younger people....the residents lounge was so comfy...
A lovely place to stay for a short break
The property was well furnished, warm and comfortable. It was in a great location for exploring the area. The owner was very helpful.
My family and I really enjoyed our stay here. The flat was spotlessly clean and comfortable, with every amenity we could think of. We especially loved all of the beautiful art around the flat which was so thoughtfully decorated. The town of Anstruther was lovely and a joy to explore - a perfect ...
Lovely cosy apartment. Very comfy beds and brilliant shower. Loved all the wee touches which made the apartment a home from home - the 'welcome' basket and bottle of wine were unexpected! It is in a perfect location to explore Anstruther and the rest of the East Neuk of Fife. Great communication ...
Lovely flat in the heart of town.
Lovely flat, great location and had everything we needed.Really don't want to share how good it was as it might result in us not getting it again as everyone will want to go there. Fantastic views from every room, we have stayed in a few nice flats in the area but this was the best and will always ...
Friendly and helpful staff lovely spot by the sea. Excellent food
Great place to stay in Anstruther, easy walking distance to bars/restaurants. The apartment had everything we needed for a comfortable stay. The TV could have been larger but on the whole a beautiful apartment.
A holiday in the Kingdom of Fife brings travellers to the Home of Golf with an opportunity to play a round while enjoying spectacular views in historic locations. The charming fishing village of Anstruther with its award-winning fish and chip shops, traditional harbour and range of accommodation is a popular place for visitors to the area to explore.
The East Coast of Scotland has an abundance of historic locations associated with the development of golf. Anstruther Golf Club is located along the shore, 9 miles south of St. Andrews. Those booking to travel to the area can visit the 9-hole course for views of the Isle of May and south west towards Edinburgh.
The challenging course at Anstruther dates back to the 19th century and has a connection to the foundation of the game. Nearby accommodation includes luxury hotels and guesthouses. Anstruther is easily accessible from other areas of Fife and cheap flights are available to Edinburgh Airport, which is a short journey away.
Visit Anstruther and enjoy an engaging golfing experience in stunning surroundings while enjoying Scottish hospitality. Plan your trip today and book flights and accommodation with Expedia
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