Sunday, 27 July 2008

Fife Beach July

Fife Beach July 2008. This view was taken when staying at Castaway Cottage last week.

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Wednesday, 9 July 2008

Anstruther Muster Fife

Anstruther Muster Fife.

The Anstruther Muster started in 1997 as an event to attract yaughts and the sailing community to the East Coast of Fife and bring visitors to owners of cottages by the sea in Fife. This year it is held on the 9th and the 10th of August 2008 and is expected to attract over 100 yaughts. Entertainment, races and harbour stalls will feature. More information from the Anstruther sailing Club.

If looking for self catering holiday cottages for the Muster, try:

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Tuesday, 8 July 2008

Cottage Fife Largo Beach

We have two cottages in Fife by Largo Beach. The beach stretches for miles north to Elie and beyond and south to Leven. Largo situated at the mouth of the River Keil on the Firth of Forth is an attractive holiday Village. It is an ideal base for touring Fife and the East Coast Villages of the East Neuk.
Lower Largo grew as a herring fishing village and later as a manufacturer of fishing nets. Today, many fishing and pleasure boats can still be found in the harbour.

Saturday, 5 July 2008

Cottage Fife Village Door

Cottage Fife Village Door. This is an interesting and colourful door in the Fife village of Newburgh. See some interesting places to visit when staying on holiday in Scotland

We recommend the following blogs and websites: Holiday Cottage Arbroath, Holiday Cottage Perth or Holiday Cottage near St Andrews.
More information on East Coast of Scotland and how to Rent a Cottage in Scotland.

Friday, 4 July 2008

Cottage Fife Pub the Bear

Cottage Fife, Pub at Newburgh called the Bear.
The bear is believed to be a depiction of a stone called the bear stone which the Bear Tavern takes its name, was originally set into the abbots residence at Lindores Abbey.

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