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Highlights in Crail
- Picturesque fishing town
- Medieval buildings
- Coastal destination
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Crail
If you are searching for the perfect holiday rental away from the bustle of city life, then you will be pleased with the variety of rentals near the beach and the city centre that you can find in Crail. Whether you want to stay at a rental with the most beautiful ocean views or nearer to the shops and town centre, at Holidu, you will find the perfect place for you to have the best place to stay during your holidays.Holiday rentals for all tastes and sizes
Travelling on your own, with friends or family, Crail offers a fine selection of rentals to choose from. Most of these lettings have a charming rustic exterior that offers a nostalgic feel while providing all the amenities to ensure the most relaxing and comfortable stay. Wake up to a beautiful view and enjoy the sun with a drink in the garden. Moreover, some of these rentals are pet-friendly, so nobody has to stay behind during the holidays! Sounds good? Why wait any longer?
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The area and getting around
Crail is a historic fishing village located in the East Neuk of Fife in Scotland. Crail harbour is one of the most famous and photographed harbours in the country and is one of the biggest attractions for tourists. There, you will find nice local shops to browse, find something nice to eat or simply stroll around the small harbour to enjoy the astonishing view the ocean always offers. You can also enjoy the ocean directly by spending a day at Roome Bay, located at the bottom of some low cliffs right at the east of Crail.A picturesque town in the middle of the Fife Coastal Route
Crail is located in the middle of Fife Coastal Path, which goes from Kincardine to Newburgh. This means that it is very close to other small villages that you can also explore, such as the fishing villages of Elie and St Monans. It is also close to major cities such as St Andrews, the birthplace of golf and a site of great historical and architectural interest, and Edinburgh, the country's capital.
Travellers and activities
Being a coastal town it is no surprise that it is the ideal destination for water lovers, however, Crail has some elements that make it exceptional. As well as the charming harbour, Crail boasts Roome Bay, a lovely quiet rock and sandy beach where you can relax and enjoy the sun and scenery. There is also a natural tidal pool where you can have a relaxing swim, as well as enjoy sports such as paddle surfing and kayaking.Crail for history lovers
One of Crail's most impressive attractions is its historical value. This is certainly a paradise for history and architecture lovers, as most of the buildings in the village date from the 12th century onwards, one of the most popular being the 12th century parish church. However, one of the best places to immerse yourself in history and culture is Crail Museum and Heritage Centre, which is run by volunteers and has a massive collection of artefacts and lots of information about the town's ancient buildings.
„Crail is home to the seventh-oldest golfing society in the world, the Crail Golfing Society, which was formed in 1786.“
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If you want to know more about this picturesque town, the Crail Museum and Heritage Centre is the place to go. This interesting museum teaches you everything you need to know about Crail, from its past life as a royal burgh, its sea-faring tradition, its golf culture, and its importance as a trading port. One of the benefits of this museum is that it's totally free, but if you want to help keep the place going, you can buy some souvenirs at their lovely gift shop.2. Interact with fantastic animals in The Scottish Countryman
Just a mile from Crail, you will find this exciting place. At The Scottish Countryman you will have the opportunity to take part in three incredible and intrepid sports: fly-fishing, archery and falconry, which are suitable for people of all ages. Meet beautiful and impressive birds such as hawks and owls, discover your fishing skills, and feel like Robin Hood for a day on the archery fields.3. Discover Crail Pottery
This charming family business was founded in 1965 and is located in the historic centre of Crail. Here you will find a large collection of porcelain, terracotta, glossy earthenware and raku objects, which are created, baked, and painted on the premises. The small company has a very pleasant and homely aura, so you will feel very much at home admiring all these creations, and don't hesitate to buy and take one home with you.4. Take a stroll around Crail Harbour
As a coastal town that has become a popular tourist spot, its charming harbour is a must-see. Stroll along its stone streets, admire the colourful boats parked there, watch the ocean, enjoy the soothing sea breeze, and make the most of this spot to take some spectacular photos.5. Discover the Holy Trinity Roman Catholic Church
This church was established in 1859 as a Presbyterian church, and today retains much of its original structure. It is built mostly of sandstone, has a rather old and gloomy appearance, and is surrounded by a garden with leafy trees. The interior is quite bright by comparison, with a rather quiet and peaceful aura. Take a short, but pleasant tour of this charming church, and continue to discover the history of this Scottish town.
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Crail
How much do the holiday rentals in Crail cost on average?
COVID-19 has severely impacted the travel industry. Based on our 2020 data, Crail has an annual average price of £129.07 per night.
When can you get the best deals on holiday rentals in Crail?
According to our most recent historical data, the months that are the cheapest in Crail are January, February, and March, with average prices of £102.96, £109.71 and £112.36, respectively.
In which months is it more expensive to rent a holiday letting in Crail?
When it comes to renting a holiday letting in Crail, the highest prices are found in the month of August (with an average of £193.17 per night), followed by July (£142.76), and September (£141.67).
Are there usually many holiday lettings available in Crail?
It's worthwhile if you book your stay in plenty of time when visiting Crail, as only 25% of our accommodations are usually available throughout the year.
Which months offer the highest availability?
April, January, and March are, in order of highest to lowest, the months offering the largest number of properties free, with respective average availability figures of 42.25%, 42% and 38.25%.
Which months is it more difficult to find available rentals?
According to data from 2020, the months when it is most difficult to find accommodation in Crail are, in order, September (with 4% of available rentals), August (4.6%), and July (6.25%).
How many holiday rentals are there in Crail?
Our inventory features approximately 50 properties from 5 partners.