5 The Cooperage,
Sorry no pets.
Prices: £395 - £695 pw.
For further details please contact:
Reload this mapPhoto below: View of Isle of May from Lounge
Driftwood Cottage is a luxury conversion of an old Cooperage, set in a spectacular seaside location with stunning panoramic sea views. This superb self catering property, newly renovated to the highest standard, is an ideal holiday home for those who wish to spend time by the sea in a fantastic location. The cottage is perfectly located for the lovely award winning beaches, coastal walks and many golf courses in this beautiful part of Scotland.
- Cellardyke is one of a number of small fishing villages in the picturesque East Neuk of Fife.
- There are numerous pubs and eating places in the area, ranging from the famous "Anstruther Chippie" to award winning seafood restaurants.
- The historic town of St Andrews is only 15 minutes away.
- This part of Fife is also ideal for exploring further afield. It is only an hour's drive to Edinburgh, Stirling and Perth.
- The area is rich in historical interest with several National Trust properties in the vicinity including Falkland Palace, Culross, Kellie castle and the Hill of Tarvit.
- There are 2 bedrooms on the ground floor, one twin and one double. The double has a luxury en suite bathroom with bath.
- There is a separate bathroom with luxury shower adjacent to the twin bedroom.
- Both bedrooms have sea views.
- There is a separate utility room on this level with washing machine and freezer.
- There is a splendid wooden staircase leading up to a stunning open plan kitchen/dining and living area.
- The solid oak kitchen is fully equipped and has an integrated fridge with built-in oven and ceramic hob.
- The living room area has a feature wood burning stove which along with the solid wooden floors (which are throughout the whole property), just adds to the character of this superb cottage. This spectacular room has some of the best sea views in the area.
- There are views across the Firth of Forth to Berwick Law, Bass Rock, Isle of May, and along the coast towards Crail. Truly wonderful.