Crail Harbour where you'll find the lobster and crab shack for the freshest local shellfish.
Sandcastle Cottage is in the lovely East Neuk village of Crail, Fife, with easy access opposite the cottage to the Fife Coastal Path. No pets allowed, making it ideal for those who seek a pet-free environment.
How to book your stay at Sandcastle Cottage, Crail We’d love to welcome you to Sandcastle Cottage, so just check that the dates you require are available using the ‘Book Now’ box and send us an enquiry.
We hope that you will feel at home at Sandcastle Cottage, and enjoy exploring the local area. You’ll find lots of ideas here for things to do around the East Neuk of Fife.
On the ground floor of Sandcastle Cottage you will find the living area: a living room with comfortable furniture, oak tables, TV and DVD player and a selection of books and games. There is a pebble and driftwood effect gas fireRead more
Late Availability at Sandcastle Cottage, Crail in the East Neuk of Fife If you’re searching for late availability holidays in Fife, you’re in the right place! As we’re only 10 miles from St Andrews, and on the Fife Coastal Path,Read more
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Helpful suggestions for things to do on a visit to Crail.
Leven to Elie walking the Fife Coastal Path
If you’ve been following our walking adventures on the Fife Coastal Path, you’ll notice that we last posted a walk from Burntisland to Dysart. We’ll have the section from Dysart to Leven written up in due course, but having completed the 10 mile section from Leven to Elie, we can’t wait to share this part of the walk with you! Read more
Walking the Fife Coastal Path Section 3 (Burntisland to Buckhaven)
We’ve been making a good pace in our 2016 quest to walk the Fife Coastal Path, starting at Kincardine and walking all the way round to Newburgh (117 miles). Read more
Walking the Fife Coastal Path Section 2 (Limekilns to Burntisland)
A glorious June day for getting out on to the Fife Coastal Path. We parked at Inverkeithing – there are free car parking spaces signposted at various points around the town. Read more
A holiday in the East Neuk of Fife gives visitors the opportunity to visit the different villages along the coast, and with a base in Crail you have several options for visiting Anstruther. It’s near enough to walk along the coastal path; there is a regular hourly bus service on the Coastliner 95; or you can go by car. Read more