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St Andrews, Fife, Scotland
Castaway Holiday Cottages Lower Largo, near St Andrews, Fife, the perfect location to get away from it all. Explore, walk, cycle, sail, play golf at St. Andrews Old Golf Course or just relax, our holiday cottages in Fife are an ideal base for your holidays in Scotland.
Self-catering holiday cottage for five
near the beach at Lower Largo, Near St Andrews, Fife, Scotland.
Holiday Cottage near St Andrews
Located near St Andrews, a short trip from the cottage takes you to the ancient ecclesiastical capital of Scotland. Sitting at the most eastern side of the Fife peninsula, St Andrews is now a golfing and tourist centre. The North Sea coastline around St Andrews is famous for sweeping sandy bays on either side of a rocky headland. Preserved and listed, the St Andrews Cathedral and nearby St Andrews Castle make an interesting day trip. Take a break from self catering and enjoy eating out at one of the many fine restaurants and Cafes St Andrews has to offer.
Lower Largo Holiday Cottages Fife
Lower Largo Village near St Andrews, is an attractive collection of Fishermans cottages grouped around a small harbour at the mouth of the Keil River. Famous for its association with Alexander Selkirk, the inspiration for Daniel Defoes Robinson Crusoe. When staying at our Self Catering Holiday Cottages there is a handy corner shop in the Village for supplies. Enjoy walks along sandy beaches, a meal at the Crusoe Hotel or a drink in the Railway Inn. Lower Largo holiday Cottages are well located for shopping trips to St Andrews, Dunfermline, Edinburgh and all of the East Neuk of Fife.
Explore the Fife Coastal Path from your Cottage
Take time to explore the Fife Coastal Path from your Cottage. The path passes along the coast next to our Holiday Accommodation and on through Lower Largo. The route is a signposted walking path along the shore of the Fife coast. Follow the Fife Coastal Path through coastal cottage villages and enjoy spectacular sea views and breathtaking panoramas of the Firths of Forth and Tay. The route follows the East Neuk of Fife, through picturesque fishing villages such as Elie, Anstruther, Crail, St Monans and Pittenweem.
If you are a cyclist, why not explore Fife on one of the many cycle routes signposted.
Whether you want a romantic holiday getaway, a family self catering holiday, horseriding or a golfing expedition, Castaway Holiday Cottages are an ideal base to be able to take advantage of all this area has to offer.
Fife in History
The Kingdom of Fife has always featured at the heart of Scottish history down through the ages. The close connection with Royalty can be seen in day trip visits to placed such as the ancient Scottish capital of Dunfermline or Falkland Palace home of the Stewart Kings and Queens.