This traditional stone-built fisherman's cottage is over 150 years old and stands on the main street, just a short walk from the lovely sandy beach at Largo Bay. The picturesque little fishing villages scattered along the East Neuk offer wonderful opportunities for sailing, fishing and exploring. The area is also popular for hill walking/climbing and for golfers, there are endless local courses to choose from. The Fife Coastal Path stretches from Lower Largo to St Andrews. An ideal base for touring with easy access to St Andrews, Perth, Edinburgh, Stirling and Glasgow.
This attractively furnished terraced cottage is on 3 levels. The main rooms are well-proportioned, bright and sunny. To the rear there is a small elevated enclosed garden for sitting out,(it is not really suitable as a childrens play area) and there is secure storage for sports equipment, cycles, etc. Shops, pubs and hotels in village 1/4 mile.
Ground floor - very comfortable large lounge / dining room, contemporary, compact kitchen with pantry, bathroom with over bath shower.
First floor - lovely master bedroom with king-size bed and en-suite shower-room, 1 bedroom with adult size bunk beds.
Upper floor - pleasant sunny double bedroom with coombed ceiling and en suite wc/whb.(accessed by steep narrow stair)
Cooking by electricity, gas central heating. Fridge/freezer, dishwasher, auto washing machine, tumble dryer, microwave, Freeview television, DVD, CD/hi-fi. Cot and high chair available. Bed linen and towels can be hired by arrangement.
Customer Reviews of Fisherman's Cottage, Lower Largo , Fife - Sleeps 6
"comfortable and convenient"
The house was well furnished and the big bedrooms delightful. The living area was spacious and cosy on a very cold summer visit. The kitchen was inadequate; saucepans not big enough for catering for 6, no dish drainer (we didn't want the effort of learning how to use a dishwasher) and no tea towels. The garden was dangerous and not suitable for small chhildren or the elderly.
"Quaint and Historic"
Very nice accommodations in a quaint and historic setting. Great for walks on the beach and a visit to the pub. We went from here to annstruthers for fish & chips, to a Highland games festival to the north and then into Edinburgh. We had 6 adults and the bunk beds were a little rough for adults, but we assumed that going in.