This peaceful, picturesque corner of Scotland is the ideal place to rest and reset. The region has an olde-worlde feel, with a plethora of unspoilt villages and historic sites, along with a rich heritage and endearing traditions.
Just 2.5 miles away is the charming fishing village of Anstruther. With fishing boats coming and going throughout the day, it’s a great place to pick up a fresh catch for your supper. There are also some fabulous fish and chip shops.
From Anstruther you can take a boat trip to the Isle of May. This national nature reserve is a haven of peace and tranquillity and is also a great place for wildlife watching. During the spring you can spot seabirds nesting in the cliffs, including the colourful puffins.
Golf enthusiasts will be in their element in St Andrews (10.5 miles), the Scottish home of golf. There are ten unique courses to choose from, and you can also take a tour of the famous Old Course. However, it’s not all about golf in this historic town. Explore the medieval ruins of its grand cathedral, marvel at the sea life in the aquarium, and dine in one of the many independent eateries