Holiday Cottages In Elie To Rent
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Andrew - verified booking
"It has been done up quite nicely inside. Close to sea but too close to the pub directly opposite across the narrow street and although not overly loud we were aware of patrons standing outside talking late at night. Parking is limited and you take a chance on finding a space. It does in fairness mention the steps. For access these are awkward and internally include a steep staircase, narrow carpeted treads, to be honest we felt they were dangerous, not suitable for anyone a little unsteady. Unfortunately we just couldn't get comfortable. We were hoping to be able to relax and overlook the Sea, it does look out to sea but be aware that the windows are typical narrow cottage ones which are maybe 'cute' but we found that you couldn't really sit and gaze out of them to the sea which was a pity. You can of course sit on the patio but for comfort take some comfy recliners. A gate from the garden leads to a rocky coastline with rock pools and pebbles, ok for some limited exploring but not good for walking. There is birdlife around and we did see some passing dolphins, the fishing boats are also out and about picking up their pots. I'm sure for some people it would be fine and the guest book had a lot of positive feedback, just didn't do it for us unfortunately and we packed up a couple of days early"
Elsie - verified booking
"The cottage is in a great location, ideal for the coasatal path and close to Anstruther and St Andrews. On first inspection, everything looked good. A nice big kitchen with separate dining area and also a dining room. The lounge was a good size and the furniture comfy. The bedrooms looked fresh and clean as did the batheroom and shower room. Some areas looked fairly recently done.The garden is a great size and we were lucky with the weather so were able to take full advantage of the outside seating. However, the following points need to be made:Very dirty windows, inside and out (I know there was a bad srorm but they should have been cleaned as it did not look good for clients),cupboard door broken in upstairs bedroom,elecrtic shower in twin bedded room very innadequate, shower hose in bathroom very dirty,skirt left in wardrobe in front bedroom,springs coming through single bed downstaird, single bed against the radiator dangerous, especially if children are in there,widow sills and picture frames dusty, a large quantity of beer bottles left at the bins,two drawers stuck open in kitchen dining area a hazard. However, the location is so great that we would stay agin even though thar single bed(downstairs) was the most uncomfortable bed I have ever slept in. Time to renew the mattress?"
Susan - verified booking
"S22966 is a lovely cottage on a working farm about 3 miles from the Village of Tealing and about 5 miles north of Dundee. It is immaculately furnished and equipped to the highest standard. The owners are a very welcoming and friendly couple and some home baked bread, eggs from their own hens and a lovely bottle of wine greeted us on arrival.We found the cottage to be very clean, comfortable and cosy!The nearest shop (Morrison's) is on the road to Dundee and there is no local pub or restaurant so we made the very most of the well kitted out kitchen.We were there to visit the golf at Carnoustie and the cottage could not have been in a better location for access to The Open. We also visited Perth on the train from Dundee, Glamis Castle a few miles north of Tealing, The Frigate Unicorn in Dundee and St Andrews and Crail on various days out. all within easy reach and on excellent roads. We would love to return to S22966 and hope to do so!"
Deborah - verified booking
"S75254 is a beautiful, comfortable, superbly equipped house with a spectacular view of the sea, as the name suggests. We had a wonderful break in spite of the unseasonable Arctic weather, and thoroughly enjoyed our visits to Falkland Palace, Kellie Castle and a boat trip to the Isle of May, which we would heartily recommend to any prospective visitor.The welcome pack was generous and very much appreciated, and the standard of household equipment and facilities is absolutely outstanding; everything has been considered and thought through - it is rare to see a standard quite so exceptional.The one thing we missed in our location was a local pub or two; the one pub/hotel had closed a few months before our visit, and this is a big loss to the village.Overall though, an excellent holiday and an exceptional property."
Dave - verified booking
"S87937 is spacious and well equipped, (very comfy beds!) and Andrew the owner was very helpful from start to finish. There are fantastic views across the Firth of Forth to Edinburgh and out to sea. We spent ages watching the ships coming and going or looking for seals and Dolphins, so take some binoculars! Car parking is just across the road and the railway station is less than 5 minutes walk with frequent trains into Edinburgh (40 minutes and £9 return) or north to Dundee and beyond. The beach is 2 minutes walk and located on the Fife coastal path so ideal for those wanting to wander further afield. Kinghorn has all the local amenities you need (shops/pubs etc) and Kirkcaldy is less than 10 minutes by car/train if you need more. We’ll definitely be coming back next time we are looking to stay in the area."