Beautifully finished, bespoke lodge set in the East Neuk of Fife on a working farm, take in the breath-taking views across the Firth of Forth, wake up to the chorus of birds and take in the wildlife.
Picture yourself soaking in a hot tub while absorbing fantastic views across the Firth of Forth, with your cherished dog snoozing in the sunshine… At this beautiful property in Fife, on the east coast of Scotland, this dream can become reality. This stunning holiday home is perfect for discovering this scenic peninsula, be it exploring rustic villages, playing golf or walking along the lovely coastline with your pet running along happily in front. If you’re holidaying in a larger group, consider renting out the neighbouring lodge which, like this one, has space four adults and one dog.
The inside of this detached, modern bungalow is luxuriously decorated, with a crisp colour scheme of white and grey. In the open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner, prepare delicious meals while the children give the dog a good belly rub on the sofas nearby. There’s a Smart TV for enjoying a film together in the evenings, plus a wood burner which your four-legged friend can nestle beside. On the decked patio, relax with a glass of scotch on the soft chairs as you admire the magnificent views, or take a dip into the warm waters of the hot tub.
When it’s time to venture out of your holiday idyll, take your pet for long walks along the Fife Coastal Path, which you can join at Anstruther (3 miles). In nearby Pittenweem (4 miles), a pretty seaside town, you can have a drink at a fisherman’s pub that serves up dog beer so your pet can whet its whistle while you do. Head to Falkland Estate in the Lomond Hills Regional Park (25 miles) for more stick-throwing opportunities – take a walk round the Squirrel Trails (no chasing!) before popping into the café for a bite to eat (dogs aren’t only welcome here – they’ll even be given treats).
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.