A traditional fisherman’s cottage with modern conveniences directly on the shore with fantastic sea views towards May Island.
The property has gas central heating and comprises:
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Dining room: With 40" TV with Sky Sports, drinks fridge and patio doors to balcony with seating and sea views.
Kitchen: With electric oven, gas hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and sea views.
Bedroom 1: With zip and link super king size bed (which can be made to twin beds - please advise when booking) and sea views.
Bedroom 2: With double bed and en-suite with shower, WC and heated towel rail.
Bathroom: With shower over bath, WC and heated towel rail.
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Lower Ground Floor:
Lounge: With electric coal-effect fire, 40" TV with Sky Sports, DVD player, CD/radio, iPod dock, Wii and patio doors to the garden.
Bedroom 3: With double bed (for one).
All gas, electric, bed linen and towels included. Travel cot, highchair and stairgate supplied on request. Wi-Fi.
Enclosed garden with sitting-out area and furniture. Balcony with furniture. On road parking. Cycle store. No smoking. NB: There is a sealed off well and two steps in the garden.
Aptly named ‘Making Waves’, this stunning property sits right on the sea shore in the pretty fishing port of Cellardyke on the east Fife coast. Enjoying a unique position and furnished and equipped to an excellent standard with Sky Sports, Wi-Fi and three good sized bedrooms, the property couldn’t be better placed for exploring the Fife coastline. The property has beautiful views towards May Island, Bass Rock and North Berwick Law from the kitchen, dining room and master bedroom. Outside the south facing garden looks right over the shore, the perfect place to relax with a glass of wine and watch the fishing boats sailing by. A short stroll brings you to the neighbouring town of Anstruther, which has a good selection of shops, pubs and The Cellar Restaurant, holder of 3AA rosettes and UK seafood restaurant of the year. For the more energetic, the Fife Coastal Path runs for 150km nearby, and for cyclists, the Millennium Cycle Way has 300 miles of quiet country roads, disused railways and forest tracks to explore. Look out for boat trips to the Isle of May, a National Nature Reserve where you can spot puffins and seals. Boats leave from the port at Anstruther between April and September.