Dog Friendly Hotels Fife
Heading to St Andrew's for a Scottish escape in Fife? We've got the best pet friendly hotels in Fife for your excursion to the Scottish countryside. Whether you're heading up for a golfing weekend, taking a city break to Edinburgh or looking to visit some classic castles in the area, we've got the best beds for you and your furry companion.
- Anstruther, ScotlandThis lovely first floor seaside apartment is set just one street back from the main thoroughfare and the harbour of Anstruther. This two-bedroom seaside stay has been beautifully decorated giving it a fresh and contemporary seaside feel in keeping with its surroundings.
To access the property, you walk under the arch to the rear of the property where you will find a communal garden which offers great views of the Firth of Forth. Then, head into the shared entrance hall and stairway. Once in the apartment you will be pleasantly surprised at how bright and spacious the rooms are. Choose from the two bedrooms, both with kingsize bed. There is a bright hallway, family bathroom with an overhead shower and a perfectly functional fully equipped galley style kitchen. The living room has a dining area and overlooks the traditional pan tiled crow step gabled rooftops toward the Firth of Forth and May Ilse.
Located in the county of Fife, Anstruther is the largest of a string of picturesque, traditional fishing villages along this lovely stretch of Scotland’s coastline. One of the things that Anstruther and the other nearby villages have in common is how easy they are on the eye. The charming harbour and buildings that line the waterfront at Anstruther give the village a picture-postcard quality. The laid-back atmosphere that pervades the village adds to the feeling of tranquillity that envelops you when you are here. The history of Anstruther as a main centre for the fishing industry can be explored at the Scottish Fisheries Museum, located near the harbour. If history is not your thing, you can still enjoy the delights of the local fishing industry by sampling the menu at the famous Anstruther Fish Bar, which has won many awards over the years, including UK Fish and Chip Shop of the Year.
After exploring the quaint cobbled streets and browsing the shops, take a boat trip from the harbour to the Isle of May, a nature reserve in the Firth of Forth. Here you may be able to spot seals and puffins, as well as other local wildlife. Sea angling trips can also be arranged locally, and golfers will find a great selection of top-quality links courses in the area. Ideal base with St Andrews Links just a twenty-minute drive away.£86Price per night from