Quaint little listed cottage
This quaint little listed single storey, semi-detached cottage with pretty enclosed garden is situated on the edge of the thriving small Scottish town of Auchtermuchty in North East Fife.
Peacefully dominated by the Lomond hills to the south, the town has retained much of its traditional atmosphere and character. Falkland Palace only 3 miles away, used to be the holiday home of Mary Queen of Scots.
Fife has over 40 golf courses, the most famous of which is St Andrews (22 miles). For a gentler place visit the nature reserve at nearby Loch Leven.
Shop, pub and restaurant 500 yards.
All on ground floor: Living room with double sofa bed and beams/dining room. Kitchen. 1 double bedroom. Shower room with toilet.
Gas CH and elec £10pw. Bed linen and towels inc. T/cot. H/chair. Video. CD. Elec cooker. M/wave. W/machine. Enclosed landscaped garden with patio and furniture.
Customer Reviews of Bonskeld Cottage, nr St Andrews - Sleeps 2-4
1st comment: A lovely cosy cottage. Bella and Freya loved the garden. A welcome pack awaited us including wine and flowers, a lovely touch. Super location for exploring Fife and beyond. March 2012.
2nd comment: One of the comfiest, cosiest cottages I have ever stayed in. It was so comfortable that I had to force myself to go out! Glad I made the effort to go out though as there is so much to see and do around this area. There were chocolates on our bed, fresh flowers on the window sill and the welcome pack even had a bottle of wine. Lovely! Will be back, hopefully this summer. Nov 2011.
3rd comment: A lovely traditional cottage, with a very homely feel. Nice garden to sit out in, after a hard days sight-seeing. Aug 2010.
4th comment: The cottage was warm and cosy, the welcome pack was a lovely touch. The area is wonderful for touring as well as shopping... same time next year!! Nov 2009.
5th comment: Really nice cottage very cosy and clean,and the welcome pack with bottle of wine, coffee, tea, bread and milk very much appreciated and the flowers were a particularly nice welcome, was an ideal cottage for our needs and central for visiting the surrounding area. Sept 2009.
6th comment: Cottage was beautiful, well equipped and had everything needed to make it feel ’home from home’. Owner had left a welcome pack which was made exactly for our needs as non tea/ coffee and alcohol drinkers. All cleaning items were left - no need to purchase any household cleaning materials. A perfect location for exploring Scotland. Great beaches and forest walks nearby. April 2009.
7th comment: A lovely, cosy cottage excellently positioned if you have a dog. Nov 2008.
8th comment: The House was homely and the enclosed garden was fantastic for my 2 dogs. The owner left welcoming gifts for my arrival. This was all greatly appreciated. Great location and marvellous area. May 2008.
9th comment: Welcome package from owners was great fresh flowers wine and chocolates milk and margarine bread tea and coffee just what you need after a journey. Aug 2008.
10th comment: We loved the cottage so much, the friendliness of the people and the area that we are considering moving up to Scotland. Oct 2007.
11th Comment A great place to stay especially when you are exploring areas such as Edinburgh, Perthshire and Fife not forgetting the beautiful St Andrews. We felt we were perfectly placed for so many of the things we wanted to do. Sept 2006.
12th Comment There was a ’Welcome’ pack when we arrived of the essentials plus a bottle of wine, which was very much appreciated. The owner was very helpful and we would certainly think of going back again sometime. June 2006.
13th Comment We received a fantastic welcome pack of all the things you need, eg: tea, coffee, sugar, there was milk and butter in the fridge, including fresh bread, with a bottle of wine and best of all "chocolate". Feb 2006.
14th Comment Good location for the attractions of Edinburgh, Dundee and the Fife Coast. Aug 2006.