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Self-catering holiday cottages in Fife. Anstruther and St Monans near to St Andrews. Great location for holidays not far from St Andrews and Edinburgh.
Such a versatile area also has plenty of different types of self-catering rental holiday homes for you to choose from, allowing you to do things at your own pace.
Fife is well set up for short breaks, as well as longer holidays and gives you total flexibility over the duration of your stay.
Book your break today and surprise yourself in the Kingdom of Fife.
Fife, sitting on an enviable position on the east coast of Scotland, is home to some of the most picturesque attractions in Scotland. Whether you’re looking for beautiful coastline, family friendly attractions, the bustle of a big town or something rural and away from it all, Fife may just be the perfect place for you to take your family holidays.
Just a stone’s throw from Edinburgh and all the highlights of Scotland’s capital, Fife is easily accessible by both road and rail. In fact, those of you going by rail will get to enjoy a ride across the world famous Forth Rail Bridge.
Perhaps one of the main reasons people visit Fife is for its golf connection. St Andrews has a 600 year history, and its magnificent landscaped courses, positioned along the coast, are open to both professionals and amateurs.
If you’re visiting from further away, no visit to Scotland would be complete without a stop at a distillery, and St Andrews is home to Eden Mill, home to both a distillery and brewery.
Take advantage of a slower pace of life on the coast at Crail Harbour or Anstruther, which is home to some of the best fish and chips in Scotland. Why not head over to Cairnie Fruit Farm, where you can pick your own strawberries and let the kids wear off the calories from their fantastic pavlova on the go karts on Mega Maze?
Thrill seekers and petrol heads should head to Knockhill Racing Circuit in Dunfermline, where touring cars regularly zoom around the tarmac, and you can book a driving experience in some seriously enviable vehicles.
Taking your dog to Fife? It’s incredibly dog friendly. Not only are there plenty of dog friendly places to eat, your dog is welcome on the ferry to Inchcolm Island, on the beach at Tentsmuir Beach or Silver Sands, and along the Fife Coastal Path. Take a walk at the splendid Pittencrieff Park or Lochore Meadows, and marvel at the historic Aberdour Castle, or Balmerino Abbey. There’s plenty for your dog to do!