Pet Friendly Holidays Fife

The Fife coast is an ideal location for a holiday with your canine companion. You and your hound can explore the Fife coastal path, head into Edinburgh for history and culture or escape to St Andews for world class golf courses and outstanding natural beauty.

 

  • Castle Smiddy, FifeInstant Book Overlay Image
    Cupar, Scotland
    5.00
    Quietly situated in the charming village of Ceres, 8 miles from the magnificent beaches and championship golf courses at St Andrews, these two holiday cottages, adjacent to each other, have been stylishly converted from a listed building to create a superb holiday base. Ceres has a shop, newsagents, butchers, dog friendly pub, tea room, museum, café and hotel with restaurant and dog friendly bar within 300 yards. Nearby attractions include the Hill of Tarvit Mansion House, a fascinating National Trust house and gardens with Hatters Edwardian Tearoom and a 9 hole ‘Hickory’ golf course, the Fife Falconry Centre, and horse riding in the village. There are excellent footpaths for walking and cycling with stunning views of coast and countryside, whilst the Tents Muir National Nature Reserve has a fabulous walk along the beach to Tentsmuir Point where hundreds of seals can be seen basking on the sandbars. Visit The Eden Estuary Centre and Morton Lochs and watch waterfowl from dedicated bird hides. St Andrews itself is steeped in history and has a comprehensive range of shops, restaurants, tearooms, museum and the Sea Life Centre. Perth and Dundee are easily accessible, whilst the wonders of Edinburgh are just 40 miles away. Shop, pub and restaurant 300 yards.
    £54
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  • Shortbread Cottage, FifeInstant Book Overlay Image
    An idyllic thatched cottage resting within Newburgh, Fife. Pet-friendly. WiFi. Pub within 0.2 miles. Perth 12.1 miles.
    £51
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  • The Old Smithy, FifeInstant Book Overlay ImageNew In Overlay Image
    Anstruther, Scotland
    The Old Smithy is a truly unique, traditional, stone built terraced cottage right in the heart of the picturesque coastal town of Anstruther. It has been completely renovated into a welcoming holiday home, yet maintains the traditional character of the building and has incorporated modern and contemporary living style. Guests will find a spacious open plan living area with cosy sofas where you can relax and unwind, and a contemporary kitchen area fitted with good quality appliances and everything you will need to prepare a family meal. There are two double bedrooms on the first floor which overlook the living space and have sliding oak doors for privacy. There is also a shower room with a walk-in shower.

    The harbour and port of Anstruther has a long and interesting history linked to The Old Smithy, and part of the building was built before 1730 and over time has been a stable, smithy and harbour store. It is located on Wightmans Wynd, which was named after Charles Wightman, a wealthy merchant and smuggler in the 1700’s and also a Jacobite sympathiser. He provided sanctuary for survivors from Culloden in the cellars adjacent to The Old Smithy. The building fell into disrepair, but in 2009 and due to its unique location and as a listed building, an architect took on the challenge of redesigning the cottage and won the Green Apple Award for the Built Environment and Architectural Heritage in 2013.

    With a sandy beach and most amenities just a minute from the door, this is a perfect location for a couple(s), friends or a small family who are looking to enjoy a seaside holiday or a walking, golfing or sightseeing break. Anstruther has much to do and many eateries to suit all tastes, from award-winning fish and chip shops to a Michelin star restaurant, as well as lots of cafés, traditional inns, ice cream shops, bakeries, gift shops and galleries. The working harbour has fishing boats as well as leisure crafts, including seasonal boat trips to the Isle of May (a national nature reserve). The old lanes and streets are interesting to explore on foot.

    Follow the Fife Coastal Path that literally passes the front door and leads in either direction to secluded coves, little fishing villages and white sandy beaches. For exploring further afield, St Andrews is only 9 miles away and makes a great day out with excellent shopping facilities as well as lots of restaurants, pubs and bistros. Famous for being the home of golf, lovers of the sport will enjoy visiting the British Golf Museum or playing on one of the championship courses. In fact there are over 40 golf courses in Fife to choose from. The local area is home to some outstanding summer food and arts festivals as well as an annual lifeboat gala which provides great entertainment for all ages. There are many more interesting heritage and historic buildings in the vicinity, and a visit to The Scottish Fisheries Museum just along the harbour is well worth a visit. The Old Smithy is a great all year round location for a holiday for small families, friends or couples. Beach 100 yards. Shop, pub and restaurant 100 yards.
    £61
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  • The Wee Cosy, FifeInstant Book Overlay Image
    Anstruther, Scotland
    The Wee Cottage is only a few minutes’ walk to the heart of the recently named ‘Royal City of Dunfermline’. The cottage is bright and spacious and the perfect base for visiting Edinburgh, Fife and Glasgow. It’s 5 minutes walk from the bus station and a supermarket. The living room looks out onto the small garden and isn’t overlooked. Offering a large Smart TV and high ceilings, you can sit and enjoy catching up on your favourite box sets on Netflix supplied or log in to your Amazon account. The kitchen, although compact, has everything you need to enjoy a relaxing week or two in this peaceful location.
    Nestled in a quiet residential street, it is the ideal base for a couple to jump on a train to Edinburgh, which is only 20 minutes away. You could always take the car and discover the stunning Fife coastline all the way to St Andrews where you will find some of the most famous golf courses in the world. The Fife coastline is dotted with many picturesque fishing villages where you can take a stroll around the harbours and enjoy a cup of coffee or an ice cream. There is so much to see and do around this truly beautiful part of Scotland.
    Walkers can join the Fife Coastal path from the charming little seaside village of Limekilns. Dunfermline is a bustling city with everything you could need for eating out and entertainment. From theatres, cinemas, shopping and the historic Dunfermline Abbey where the heart of King Bruce is buried, you won’t ever be bored. This lovely cosy bright apartment is the perfect base for visiting Edinburgh, Fife and Glasgow. The train station is a 10-minute walk away where there is a very good train service to the centre of Edinburgh. If you have a group of friends, then you could also book The Wee Pad (UK42918) upstairs or The Wee Cosy (UK42920) next door.
    £118
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  • Chilmello Cottage, FifeInstant Book Overlay Image
    Anstruther, Scotland
    Looking for a cosy, romantic getaway by the sea in one of the most beautiful fishing villages on the Fife coast then Chilmello Cottage is for you. This cosy cottage, with lounge, log burner and fantastic enclosed garden is perfectly situated just a couple of minutes walk from the charming heart of Pittenweem famous for its art festivals and local craft shops. The well-equipped kitchen has everything you need for a relaxing self catering holiday. Visit the historic harbour and walk along the popular Fife Coastal Path. This is just one of the picturesque fishing villages dotted along the coast, with gorgeous views across the Firth of Forth.

    Pittenweem is a charming fishing village in the East Neuk of Fife. The harbour is the main focus of the village, particularly early each morning when the fishing boats return with their catch and the daily fish market gets underway. Many of the picturesque houses around the harbour are of traditional Fife design with red pantile or grey-slate roofs with crow-step gables and have been restored by the National Trust for Scotland. Not forgetting the popular Pittenweem Tidal Pool, perfect for wild swimming. Pittenweem boasts two local pubs (one with take away), a popular seafood bistro restaurant with gallery overlooking the harbour, coffee shops, ice cream/sweet shop, gift and craft shops, hardware store, bakers and local pharmacy/licenced grocers and post office. The bustling village of Anstruther is just five minutes drive away where there is a large selection of bars, coffee shops and restaurants. Looking for even more history, shopping or to play on some of the world’s famous golf courses, then head for St Andrews, easily reached within 30 minutes. Scottish Letting Licence F1 00243 F.
    £67
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  • The Wee Hideaway, FifeInstant Book Overlay Image
    A character, first-floor apartment situated in Newburgh, Fife. Smart TV. WiFi. Woodburning stove. St Andrews 20.2 miles.
    £44
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  • Fisher's Rest, FifeInstant Book Overlay Image
    Anstruther, Scotland
    This lovely, terraced, reverse-level cottage sits on a courtyard in Anstruther, Fife. Sea views. Pet-friendly. Off-road parking. Smart TV. Family-friendly. Close to amenities. St Andrews 9.7 miles; Cupar 16.5 miles; Edinburgh 50.3 miles.
    £67
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  • Dothan Farm Cottage, FifeInstant Book Overlay Image
    Anstruther, Scotland
    This beautifully renovated cottage is part of a row of four terraced cottages. Dothan Farm Cottage is warm and welcoming, boosting of views from the back of the property overlooking the Falkland and Lomond hills along with open fields in the front. Great for couples or a family looking for a relaxing holiday or a base to explore the surrounding area.
    Set all on one level, the bright and spacious lounge overlooks the open fields in front where there is a small open garden area for sitting and enjoying the sun. In the colder months, snuggle up with a cup of hot chocolate and a book in front of the lovely wood burner. The living room leads to the two comfy double bedrooms, shower room and the new modern kitchen.
    The rear garden has a large patio area where you can enjoy the views over the fields and the Lomond Hills. It is set over three levels. The rear garden gives access to the shared parking area. The gardens are private but there are no dividing fences between the neighbours. Although access to the property is primarily gained from the rear where there are 23 steps leading up to the cottage, gaining access into the kitchen, you can also enter through the front door where there are no steps. There is a drop off area to the side of the property for those who may have difficulty with the steps.
    There is parking for two cars at the rear of the property.
    Set in a peaceful location, surrounded by fields and a working farm, Kirkcaldy town centre is just three miles away and close to road links. Ideally for visiting Fife’s stunning coastal Path, Loch Lomond and Edinburgh. If you’re looking for a bit more activity, Cluny Activity Centre is right on your doorstep. Beach 4 miles. Pub ¾ mile and shop 1¼ miles.
    £84
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  • Little Gem, FifeInstant Book Overlay Image
    Anstruther, Scotland
    Little Gem is an attractive ground floor apartment situated on a quiet, very small, residential estate, beside Ravenscraig Castle and Park in the coastal town of Kirkcaldy. The apartment benefits from stunning views of the ancient castle and across the Firth of Forth. You can hear the waves lapping on the beach when the windows are open. An ideal location for a couple or small family at any time of the year the apartment is comfortable and well appointed. There is a king sized bed with a built-in TV in the bedroom and a sofa bed in the living room. The coffee table in the living room easily converts to a dining room table and the kitchen is well-equipped for preparing a meal. It is a joy to look out of either the living-room or kitchen window and see the views. There are also grass areas and shrubbery around this small estate.
    A short stroll from the apartment takes you into Ravenscraig Park, which has beautiful coastal walks and plenty of facilities for children. You can follow the Fife Coastal Route in either direction, Dysart Harbour which featured on the TV series Outlander is only a 20-minute walk along the shore and the opposite direction to the attractive seaside towns of Burntisland and Aberdour, white sandy beaches and walks along the cliffs. Kirkcaldy has lots of place to eat and places to shop and a walk or jog along the esplanade is highly recommended. In April the town hosts Europe’s longest street fair, The Adam Smith Theatre offers a regular programme all year and Kirkcaldy Galleries is well worth a visit with national collections of work to view including local artist Jack Vettriano. A day out in Edinburgh is only 25 minutes away by train from the local station over the majestic Forth Rail Bridge into the city centre, ideal if you or attending one of the many shows, events and festivals throughout the year. Beach 700 yards. Pub 1 mile.
    £57
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  • Lightkeeper's Rest, FifeInstant Book Overlay Image
    Anstruther, Scotland
    Lightkeeper’s Rest is tucked away down a quiet lane in the harbour town of Anstruther and has been furnished and equipped to a very good standard to ensure as comfortable and relaxing holiday as possible. You enter the cottage into the attractive kitchen/dining room which has been equipped for preparing a family meal. There are two well presented bedrooms, one which has an en-suite shower room and kingsize bed, and the other with twin beds. The bright, first floor living room is cosy and welcoming with comfortable seating and sea views.
    Just a short walk takes you to the bustling harbour front with local boats landing their catch and leisure boats. There is plenty of place along the front to take refreshment from local bar, cafés and an award-winning fish and chip restaurant. Anstruther has cobbled lanes and historic buildings to explore, as well as two sandy beaches and rock pools. From April to September there are daily ferries and boat trips leaving from the harbour side to the Isle of May National Nature Reserve, which is home to colonies of sea birds, including puffins, and the surrounding waters are the habitat of seal colonies, a great day out for all.
    Enjoy lovely walks along the Fife Coast Path which passes through Anstruther, leading to secluded coves, picturesque fishing villages and award-winning white sandy beaches. For a day out, St Andrews is well worth a visit with lots to do to suit all ages. There is a Sea Life Centre, sandy beach and harbour, great shopping with local shops as well as high street names, restaurants, pubs, bistros, historic buildings and museums. If you like a round of golf on your holiday, St Andrews is world famous as being the home of golf, with a family-friendly course as well as championship courses to play. Even more locally, the charming 9-hole Anstruther course is a four minute walk from the cottage.
    £67
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