Whether you are taking a short relaxing break, or enjoying your annual holiday — a warm welcome to St Monans in Fife.
The Fifie is situated just a 100 yards from the picturesque harbour of St Monans, and only a 20 min drive from St Andrews, and a few steps from the Fife Coastal Path.
An immaculately presented traditional ground floor appartment in a Grade C listed building with red pan-tiled roof and thick stone walls. The accommodation is all on one level making it ideal
for guests with restricted mobility. A food welcome pack is provided to get your holiday started, which includes a bottle of wine, milk, bread coffee and tea bags etc. There is even a welcome pack
for the dog (if you have one). Providing a stylish comfortable retreat whatever the season. The spacious, contemporary accommodation has been thoughtfully furnished with ample seating for 6 and a
view of the harbour from the living room window. There is Free Wi-Fi, Telephone (incoming calls only) Woodburning Stove, CD/i-phone player, Freeview TV, Smart Blu-ray/DVD player for those with
NETFLIX, AMAZON and NOW TV accounts. There is an ample selection of DVDs, books, games, jigsaws and toys for guests use. For those guests feeling more energetic there is a set of Golf Clubs,
back-packs, picnic rug/hamper which they are welcome to use. As an alternative why not enjoy a morning coffee in the sun on the sheltered bench outside the flat.
Less than a minutes walk from the old harbour and sea front at St Monans, the smallest of the East Neuk fishing villages. This quiet harbour village, situated on a hill overlooking the Firth of Forth, with spectacular views across to North Berwick, The Isle of May and Bass Rock. From your front door you can explore the quaint streets and lanes, historic buildings, an old windmill that once powered the salt panning industry and an old 14th Century church, shops and restaurants, an award winning cafe (includes Gluten free products) and an excellent seafood restaurant overlooking the harbour. If fish is on your menu tonight, there are a number of sheds in the village selling freshly caught local sea food, or you can catch your own from the sea front! There is a good local hotel only moments away and a seafood restaurant just 5 minutes walk. The Fife Coastal Path runs through the village, with historic castles, pretty fishing villages and many sandy beaches and coves to visit along the way. Activities for all interests locally: golf 3 miles and St Andrews 12 miles, sandy beaches, watersports, Art exhibitions, Sea Life Centre, historic houses and gardens. This area is famous for golf with more than 40 golf courses in Fife, from the famous fairways of St. Andrews to the more traditional links courses and beautifully landscaped parkland and heathland courses.
This is a welcoming and comfortable retreat whatever the season. Nestled on the Fife coastal path it is a walker’s paradise.