Our lovely flat is located in a listed building on Aberdour's Main Street. There is a 5 minute walk to the station and the village centre's pubs and shops, 5 minutes to the Fife Coastal Path and 10 minutes to the beach and harbour. Edinburgh City Centre is 30 minutes by train (airport 45 minutes). We have off street parking and are next door to a corner shop. The flat has free WiFi . There is a wood burning stove in the living room and the flat has been recently decorated in neutral tones.
“The description and photos of Julia’s flat are accurate, so the space was as I imagined. Absolutely no disappointments. The little touches were great - breakfast products, honesty fridge and toiletries. Plenty of soft towels. The wood burning stove was great, especially for the cold evenings. Being there in December was not the best to appreciate either the flat or the surrounding area, although we did manage to get a walk in on the 2nd day. The flat was ideally placed in the village, for the station, places to eat and other local facilities. Great for the Fife Coastal Path.”
Bright double bedroom with its own en-suite shower room. My house is in a very quiet cul-de-sac. Please feel welcome to use kitchen, sitting room and outdoor decking area. Dalgety Bay has easy access by car, bus or train to Edinburgh (25 minutes). Ideally situated for St. Andrews, Carnoustie and Fife Coastal routes.
“Great accommodation, lovely area, exceptionally helpful and welcoming host. The shower is a definite highlight. An added bonus is the elderly cat companion in the way of Harley. Will definately miss staying here.”
Cosy, warm one-bedroom flat with spectacular views over Edinburgh. Very near the University, Museum and Greyfriars Bobby (and overlooking Greyfriars Kirk) - walking distance to everything you want to see. Views to the Castle and down Royal Mile to Holyrood. Bustling area full of restaurants, cafes and bars and next to the Meadows for a bit of green space when you get tired of sightseeing. Located in one of the two original poorhouses in Edinburgh dating from 1740.
“The most wonderful wonderful apartments we have visited! And all thanks to what a wonderful view opens from the windows. From the window in the kitchen a view of all the dominants of the city. I would also like to note the owner’s special care for his guests: breakfast products (eggs, milk, butter, bread, marmalade, peanut butter, cereal and water), as well as literature and films about Scotland. This house has become ideal for us (despite the very small space in the bedroom, it is still hard to endure such sloping ceilings in the bedroom). Thank you very much for letting us stay a little longer than the usual check-out time.”