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Highlights in Anstruther
- Paradise beaches
- Lodgings with amenities for the whole family
- Impressive fish museum
- Historic castles with incredible views
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Lovers of excursions, beaches, walks by the sea, boat tours and beautiful natural landscapes will find in Anstruther a true paradise where to spend a relaxing stay in your fantastic holiday rentals. Anstruther is a prosperous fishing village in eastern Neuk de Fife, where you will find many lodging options from Pittenweem to Cellardyke, with easy access to the sea, old ports, paradise beaches, and surrounded by all the best of this coastal town. If you want to disconnect from the bustle of the city and wake up to the noise of the waves, sleep by the sea, contemplate unparalleled views, and admire the best natural scenery in Scotland, surely in Anstruther you can find accommodation to fulfil your wishes. This charming town has it all!Holiday rentals with amenities for the whole family
Whether you are travelling in groups large or small, in Anstruther there are options for everyone. Couples, large families, groups of friends and even pets are welcome here! Its peculiar rooms preserve the charm of the coast with its facades of picturesque colours and decorations, but all the facilities were recently renovated to provide the most extensive high-quality comforts. Rooms with capacity for 2, 4, 10 and up to 16 people, with a garden, easy access to the sea, spectacular views of the city centre and the beach. A paradise!
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The area and getting around
Anstruther is a charming fishing village in East Neuk located south of St Andrews, and is the largest of the East Neuk towns in Fife. For much of its history it was a fishing village, although today it also lives a lot from tourism and the truth is that it has many attractions to offer. A hidden gem that many tourists often overlook when visiting this town is the ancient port city of Cellardyke, located just half a mile east of Anstruther. Today it is beautifully preserved with its picturesque colourful houses that surround the wonderful unspoiled landscapes that this city offers. Five kilometres north of Anstruther, towards St Andrews, 30 meters underground and enclosed in 5 meters of reinforced concrete is one of the most impressive attractions in all of Fife, it is a secret bunker in Scotland that opened its doors to the public recently in 1994.Discover the local culture and history
This town has charming places to explore and is ideal for taking a pleasant walk through its cobbled streets and enjoying the infrastructure of the region and the charm of this fishing village. During the summer months, from April to September, you can take a boat trip from Anstruther to the Isle of May, to see the puffins, seals, thousands of seabirds and to observe an ancient monument and the famous lighthouse in the bay. On the other hand, walking 50 minutes north along the Anstruther coast you will reach the astonishing Caves of Caiplie, which are recognized to have been a place of worship for Christina during the 9th century. Another must-see is a 10-minute drive from Anstruther, and is the medieval Kellie Castle and Gardens, where the talented Lorimer family have lived since the 19th century.
Travellers and activities
Anstruther is a perfect destination for the whole family to enjoy a pleasant trip. It has endless activities to do in a group, especially with the little ones. There is no room for little ones to get bored! In the middle of this little fishing village is Pittenweem beach. A pleasant port, perfect to spend an afternoon with the little ones of the family. Its waters are shallow, although they are generally cold. Here you can have a picnic by the sea while watching the fishing boats go by. Little explorers can also explore the rock pools at Kingsbarns Beach and discover the starfish and crabs that live there. Another perfect activity to do with the whole family is horseback riding. Scholland Equestrian in Kilconquhar is a highly professional riding centre with certified instructors accompanying you on the trails on horseback. There are tours adapted to all levels, from 5-year-old beginners to advanced. You can take private lessons or venture on a trip along the shore of the beach. Kilconquhar Castle Estate has a magnificent infrastructure and a very interesting history to discoverAnstruther for sport lovers
Those who are encouraged by more demanding activities, Anstruther will also find plenty to do. In East Neuk Outdoors you can practice various water sports such as kayaking, raft building, open canoeing, and other activities on land such as archery, bouldering, bush craft and fire making and climbing and abseiling. At Anstruther you can also practice three of the most traditional sports in Scotland such as curling, bowling and ice skating. In the Forfar Ice Rink you can receive training both for those who are new to these practices and for those who already have more experience. It is an extremely pleasant environment for the whole family to enjoy these sports. On Friday nights, its two ice rinks are complemented by disco-style lighting and fun music, and sometimes they even have theme nights.
Did you know that in 1650 Pittenweem had 30 breweries and was the fourteenth richest city in the UK?
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This museum tells the social and regional history of Scottish fishing from its beginnings to the present, including the new ultramodern mass fishing technologies, although they also seek to raise awareness and warn about its harmful consequences for the ecosystem. The museum offers a guided tour where you can explore the various theme parks, such as the exhibition of the historic ships that belong to the National Historic Fleet such as the Reaper, the Research and the Lively Hope; as well as the Zulu Gallery, where the emblematic traditional Zulu-class fishing helmet from the 19th century is located, which is partially restored.2. Have fun at Craigtoun Country Park
The Scottish countryside of Craigtoun Country Park is guaranteed to have hours of fun for visitors. It is a park with a Scottish traditionalist essence where you can explore its beautiful and extensive acres, cross the lake by boat, go to the adventure park, jump on the trampolines and bouncy castles, take a ride on a tractor or in a pedal boat and see one of Scotland's oldest miniature railways. There are many things to do!3. Meet the wildlife on the Isle of May [/ strong]
On the east coast of Scotland, at the entrance to the Firth of Forth is the Isle of May National Nature Reserve. It is a small nature reserve whose history dates back thousands of years, home to an immense variety of wild fauna and flora. It is famous for its variety of birds, seals, and reefs. During summer the cliffs of the Isle of May are home to hundreds of seabirds while in autumn, the largest number of the Atlantic grey seals breed in the whole of eastern Britain. Perfect to wear in any season!strong] 4. Stroll through the majestic Kellie Castle & Garden
Kellie Castle and Garden has plenty to keep visitors entertained. Its construction dates from the 14th century, and today it features luxurious interiors, impressive plaster ceilings in the library, furniture and sculptures designed by Robert Lorimer, and of course, extensive woodlands and walled arts and crafts gardens that feature acres of promenades. Through the forest, old roses, organic fruits and vegetables, a bird's hiding place and lush nature that decorates the entire area.5. Connect with nature at Dreel Meadow
Dreel Meadow is par excellence a habitat for a wide variety of invertebrates around Dreel Burn. It is a nice little place that is home to a wide variety of wild fauna and flora. During autumn, bands of finches travel to this area, attracted by the seeds produced by the many plants in the region. It is the perfect place to contemplate these birds in their natural habitat and enjoy nature at its best.
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Anstruther
What was the average price of holiday rentals in Anstruther last year?
Anstruther is one of the cheapest cities in the United Kingdom! The cost for a holiday rental here amounts to roughly £154 per night.
When can you get the best deals on holiday rentals in Anstruther?
If you seek to get the most out of your money, the cheapest months to visit Anstruther are May (£135 per night for accommodation, on average), January (£139), and March (£141).
When does the price of holiday rentals in Anstruther go up the most?
When it comes to looking for a holiday rental in Anstruther, the most expensive months are, in descending order, August, July and September with average prices per night of £178, £174, and £166, respectively.
Are there usually many holiday rentals available in Anstruther?
If you decide to discover Anstruther, we suggest organising your holiday ahead of time because it tends to be very high in demand, with an annual average occupation of 82% in the previous year.
What are the best months for a last-minute getaway?
In the previous year, the months with more free accommodation in Anstruther were April, January, and March with average availabilities of 46%, 38% and 36%, respectively. However, even during the time when the availability is the highest, the average is 40%. Due to this, it is better to always book a little in advance to be sure to find the rental of your dreams.
How many lettings are available in Anstruther?
In Anstruther we offer you a comprehensive choice of approximately 120 properties, with options of all kinds, thanks to our 6 local and international partners.