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By AMS, Jul 7 2017 04:07PM

Looking for inspiration for your trip to Fife, let Neuk Hoose and Welcome to Fife help.

Welcome to Fife have produced "Fife Five"set of infographics to promote inspiring things to see and do in Fife, themed around different topics... and all in lists of five.

They are a fun and engaging showcase of key themes in Fife such as Fife's landscape and scenery, food and golf and will hopefully to encourage you to discover more about the area.

Have a watch, enjoy, and then get in touch to book your next break in Fife's best holiday cottage.

By AMS, Jun 28 2017 08:28PM

We have one week left in July available in our fabulous holiday cottage in Crail, only 9 miles from St Andrews. If it's beaches you're after, we have plenty! Like walking, we're on the Fife Costal Path! There are Arts Festivals, putting competitions and a gourmand's delight.

7th-14th July is available again due to a cancellation.

By AMS, Jun 9 2017 10:25AM

I know most garneners find it difficult to take a week off in June and July but how about a holiday from the weeding and the mowing? Come and stay at our holiday cottage in Fife and be inspired with a Garden tour free from the need to acutally lift a finger yourself.

Whilst our Holiday let in Crail may not have its own garden, we have a sunny bench you can enjoy your cuppa on and plan which garden you are going to visit.

Here's a list, by no means exhaustive but all the gardens on it are less than 15 miles away.

Cambo House, no list of gardens near Crail could be without it! Beautiful woodland walks and unusual plants for sale, the walled garden is said to be one of the finest in Scotland.

Scotlands Garden Open Scheme is a very informative website with all the dates of private gardens who are only open perhaps one or two days a year. Of particular interest is the Fife Garden Trail which runs from late June to early July and consists of 9 privetly woned gardens all different but equally fascinating, 5 of which have never or rarely opened to the public.

Some other gardens within a stones throw of Crail are:

Balcarres House near Colinsburgh

Kellie Castle, Colinsburgh

Hill of Tarvit near Ceres

Earlshall Castle, Leuchars

There are gardens open in Crail and Pittenweem too, see the Scotlands' Garden open scheme website for details.

St Andrew's Botanic garden is a hidden gem if you want to escape from golf for a while!

By AMS, Jun 2 2017 09:35AM


Through no fault of its own Neuk Hoose is available from now for the next 9 weeks. So if you're looking for a bucket and spade holiday, a walking break, golf tour, painting holiday or simply a feet up with a good book hoiday please do get in touch for details.

If you are looking for a holiday cottage in Scotland by the sea, close to the local amenities at short notice then look no further, Neuk Hoose is now available.

We will be discounting our June weeks to £450 and July weeks to £500, we won't be discounting it any further as we are trying to recoup as much as possible for our guest who has had to cancel.

Summer weeks at Neuk Hoose are normally fully booked so don't miss your chance to grab a bargin!!

By AMS, May 26 2017 10:30AM

Perhaps one of Fife's best kept secrets is the Fife Costal Path and it should be no secret, with stunning views, historical and ornithological interest we should all get out there and walk the walk!

Stretching 117 miles from the Firth of Forth in the south to the Firth of Tay in the north. The path ranges from easy and level to wild and demanding, walking boots are recommended but not a necessity. One of Scotland's great trails and is part of Fif's core path network.

Neuk Hoose is the ideal base for your walking holiday in Scotland,

our self catering holiday accommodation in Crail is only a few minutes walk form the path itself.

We are going to be staying our holiday cottage in Crail ourselves over the next couple of weeks and I'm really looking forward to doing a section or two! The first section obviously will be from Crail to Anstruther, as a complete novice I'm going to play it safe and start from Crail Harbour and hope to get to Anstruther where I'll have a well earned ice cream then hop on the X95 bus back to Crail. (Apologies to anyone sitting next to me on the bus if I'm a bit fragrant!)

However if you are a pro and you have the time why not try the whole section? Elie to Cambo Sands is 16 miles (28.8km) it can be rough in places and there may be muddy bits in winter but it is geographically fascinating with great historical and wildlife interest too. Allow 5-6 hours, which should give you plenty of time to explore all the hidden gems along the way. Visit the Fife Costal Path website for details of the route. This is a great section not just for the scenery but you can finish with a gourmet cheese toastie at Kingsbarns beach or a tour of the distillery, what a way to finish.

The next section is Cambo Sands to Leuchars, by far the wildest section and yet the most cosmopolitan at the same time.

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