This detached property is in a delightfully secluded, rural woodland setting, surrounded by mature beech woods and rolling farmland. It has been lovingly furnished and benefits from a cosy open fire in the living room and a wood-burning stove in the kitchen. South facing with its own private garden, it is a perfect hideaway for peace and tranquillity, yet is only 20 minutes from Dunfermline, and within easy reach of Edinburgh, Stirling and Glasgow. Enjoy relaxing woodland rambles from the door, or visit the 17th century village of Culross (NTS), with quaint crow stepped gables and pantiled roofs, only 3 miles away on the Firth of Forth. Shops 2 miles.
Living room with open fire. Large well-equipped kitchen/dining room with wood-burning stove. Utility. Separate toilet. First floor: Double bedroom. Twin bedroom with 6ft zip & link bed. Bathroom with over-bath shower and toilet.
- Open fire and wood-burning stove - initial fuel inc, thereafter at cost
- Elec, elec radiators, bed linen and towels inc
- Lawned garden with furniture
- Shared 18-acre natural woodland
- Parking (for 2 cars)
- Cycle store
- Pets free of charge
- No smoking
- NB: Unfenced pond in woodland
Customer Reviews of Old Inzievar Cottage, Fife - Sleeps 4
1st comment: Cottage was in a superb location - our boys and pet dog loved the freedom of the surrounding woodland! The cottage itself was full of character, and it was the perfect place wind down after long days out. April 2011.
2nd comment: Beautifully comfortable double beds added greatly to overall comfort. Also, lovely big dinning/kitchen room with plenty of room for party of four. Cutlery also very adequate. Feb 2011.
3rd comment: Easy to access every tourist attractions, cosy cottage and so on and so on; we had a fabulous holiday there. Feb 2011.
4th comment: Clean, very comfortable. Oct 2010.
5th comment: Beautiful location. Very useful having a downstairs toilet. Good sized rooms. Aug 2010.
6th comment: Well equipped (but no instructions for cooker), comfortable beds, spacious, good sized garden and woodlands, quiet location but only 5 minutes drive from useful small Co-op (no information in file about larger supermarkets nearby). July 2010.
7th comment: The accommodation was in a lovely location on the edge of woodlands, it was very peaceful, would go back. July 2010.
8th comment: The property is quietly situated and suitable for touring both the Southern Highlands and Edinburgh. May 2010.
9th comment: Spacious accommodation and very comfortable. In an extremely peaceful location, yet less than an hour’s drive to lots of places of interest. Oct 2009.
10th comment: Cottage in very lovely quiet location in the ground of owners property, no noise from cars, planes or trains. Aug 2009.
11th Comment Silence, solitude and seclusion. A very welcome antidote to the stress of city living. Our children were able to roam freely and evenings were spent curled up in front of the fire with a glass of red. Perfection all round! March 2009.
12th Comment Scotland is a fantastic place to visit, all the places surrounding the area were amazing and the cottage provided a great place to base our excursions from. The cottage was delightful, a very relaxing place to stay and the deer seen over the back fields just made you realise how untouched this place was. A pleasant and joyful experience all round. Linlithgow Palace and Blackness Castle are a must see. March 2008.
13th Comment An excellent base bringing Edinburgh and the whole of Fife within easy traveling distance. A really cosy cottage full of character. July 2008.
14th Comment Quiet and private without being remote. Perfect getaway. Sept 2008.
15th Comment Fantastic setting, perfectly peaceful, beautiful property, wonderful atmosphere. Hope to visit again soon. Happy memories for my family. March 2008.
16th Comment Cottage is ideally suited to a party that have a dog, plenty of outside space to exercise the dog. The cottage had a lovely cottage feel, love the wood burner and real fire. March 2008.