Barra Cottage, Elie, Fife – self-catering holiday let

Home by the sea

Just a few yards from one of the most beautiful beaches in Scotland, this is a period house well appointed and just beckoning for a family to come and spend a relaxing week in an ancient Scottish seaside village. Warm and welcoming, Barra Cottage has a delightful blend of old-world features with all the modern conveniences you need.

The accommodation is ample and comfortable in the classical style. Sleeping 6, Barra Cottage has space indoors to spread out, while offering the chance to take full advantage of fine weather by having lunch or a cool drink outside in the tranquillity of the garden.

There's lots to do and see!

Walking

Walk the Fife Coastal Path

Fife Coastal Path logo

The Fife Coastal Path leads from Kincardine (on the Firth of Forth) to Newburgh (on the Firth of Tay), following the coastline through the numerous picturesque fishing villages of Fife, including the famous East Neuk. At nearly 120 miles in length, it's a wonderful way to get a close-up look at this fascinating area of Scotland. And it goes past the front door of Barra Cottage!

For more information, have a look at the official Fife Coastal Path website.

Golf

Play some of the best courses in Scotland

Golf has been played in Fife for over 500 years. There are more than 40 golf courses here, so you can see why it is still one of the prime reasons that people come. In Fife, golf is in the air!

Golf aficionados will want to pay a visit (or several) to the mecca of the game – St Andrews, home of the Royal and Ancient Golf Club. It's just a little over half an hour from Barra Cottage by car.

Consult the excellent website of the St Andrews Links Trust for details of how to book a round on St Andrews Links.

Sightseeing

Cityscape, landscape and seascape

Whatever your preferences, there's plenty to visit and see within easy travelling distance of Barra Cottage.

If cities, art, culture and history are what you seek, within easy reach to the south you have the city of Edinburgh, bursting at the seams with things to see and do. Staying in Fife, to the east and even closer you have the ancient city of St Andrews.