The East Neuk of Fife is a fantastic destination for a short break or holiday. This page showcases available holiday lets, places where you can really enjoy your time in this corner of Scotland at the very heart of Fife’s countryside. If none are shown below, please contact us and we will add your details to our database.
Only a 90 minute drive from Edinburgh – and easily accessible by those arriving into Edinburgh, Glasgow and Dundee airports – the area is awash with history, heritage and stunning scenery, combined with all manner of activities: we are the home of golf, not just in and around nearby St Andrews but with an array of classic courses that run along the coastline from Leven and Lundin Links to Earlsferry & Elie, Crail and Kingsbarns.
You’ll find sailing at Largo Bay, Elie and St Andrews together with boat trips galore, including wildlife tours to the Scottish Natural Heritage Isle of May. For foodies, there are few better destinations: Michelin-starred restaurants at The Peat Inn and The Cellar combine with country pubs selling dishes made from locally sourced ingredients. You’ll find award-winning seafood landed on the harbours on the Neuk – and a magnificent menu of small companies, artisan producers, who have made the Neuk their kitchen.
There are cycle ways and footpaths crisscrossing the area: the Fife Coastal Path provides a fantastic way to discover villages, towns, cliff walks, sandy beaches and the open countryside. There are also festivals to be enjoyed: from the Crail Food Festival that showcases much of the area’s provenance to the internationally renowned Pittenweem Arts Festival and the East Neuk Music Festival.
Coachman’s Cottage is one of the four Clocktower Cottages located around a courtyard on Gilston Estate. Set just an hour’s drive from Edinburgh, highlights nearby include St Andrews, countless East Neuk beaches, golf courses & coastal paths. Coachman’s Cottage is a light-filled cottage consisting of 3 bedrooms & 2 bathrooms, a large family space including kitchen and dining area. There is a private garden with a BBQ and ample parking.
The South Lodge is a historical Jacobean red-brick gatehouse designed and built in the late 1800’s. It rests on the Southside of Balcarres Estate’s parklands located in the East Neuk of Fife.
This stunning two bedroom property has been recently refurbished with tasteful and stylish country interiors. The finishings reflect a property steeped in history and design and will ensure maximum comfort throughout your stay.
Groom’s Cottage is one of the four Clocktower Cottages located around a courtyard on Gilston Estate. Set just an hour’s drive from Edinburgh, highlights nearby include St Andrews, countless East Neuk beaches, golf courses & coastal paths. Groom’s Cottage is a light-filled cottage consisting of 2 bedrooms & 1 bathroom, a living room & a well-equipped kitchen with a dining area. There is a private garden with a BBQ & ample parking. Find out more
The East Lodge is a charming detached property located at the heart of Balcarres Estate in the East Neuk of Fife.
Recently refurbished with stylish country interiors, this two bedroom lodge provides the perfect setting for couples and families to enjoy long woodland walks and cosy nights by the fire pit.
The North Lodge is a stone building designed and built in the late 1800’s by Scottish architect, Sir Robert Lorimer. Wrought iron gates with lion topped pillars and sloping walls create a stunning entrance to the property. The North Lodge rests on the edge of beautiful woodlands that form part of the Balcarres Estate located in the East Neuk of Fife.
This stunning one bedroom property is the perfect location for couples to spend a long weekend exploring the countryside and local restaurants.
Located on the stunning Knoydart Peninsula on the West Coast of Scotland.
This comfortable six bedroom self-catering holiday accommodation sleeps 11 and is situated on the West Coast of Scotland on the Knoydart Peninsula, just north of Mallaig. The house can be reached by boat from Mallaig, or, if you’re a keen hillwalker, by hiking approx. 18 miles over the Munros.