Popular Lettings in Fife region
Highlights in Fife region
- Beautiful coastal walk
- World-leading golf courses
- Ancient Aberdour Castle
- Deep Sea World for families
Most popular in Fife region
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Fife
Often referred to as 'Scotland in miniature', Fife is alive with history, culture and natural beauty, and tourists are only recently discovering what the region has to offer. There are a wonderful range of lettings for tourists throughout the region. Stay in one of the urban centres, such as the vibrant, bustling hub of colour that is St. Andrews, or find a holiday rental in a quaint Scottish village, such as Crail, which boasts one of the UK's most photographed harbours.Holiday rentals of all types in Fife
Fife offers myriad accommodation options that cover all bases. Choose from a semi-detached Victorian rental with garden or duplex letting with views in a historic town, a traditional terraced building in popular seaside village, a convenient and high-spec new build in a housing estate, or an old-world traditional stone property in the countryside.
Holidays in Fife
The area and getting around
Fife is situated on the east coast of Scotland, facing the wild North Sea. There are four main towns in the region – Dunfermline, Glenrothes, St. Andrews and Kirkcaldy. They all make for great destinations in themselves as well as a base to discover the region. Choose the Fife destination that most suits you – Dunfermline & West Fife is an area rich in history and heritage. East Neuk of Fife is a delight to visit with its quaint, picturesque fishing towns. The Heartlands of Fife is an area of stark contrasts, from the Lomond Hills with the highest summit in Fife down to the coastline which has charming harbours and immaculate beaches.A coastline to marvel at
A visit to Fife isn't complete without at least a glimpse of the sea. With stunning beaches, enchanting villages, a hiking path that follows the entire coastline and ravishing views out across the water, the coast is truly the gem in Fife's highly-decorated crown.
Travellers and activities
The Home of Golf, Fife is one of the most sought-after golfing destinations in the world. From the world-renowned Old Course at St Andrews, to the rolling fairways of Ladybank, the region is spoiled with over 50 wonderful golfing experiences. Aberdour Golf Club comes particularly highly-rated – it offers fantastic sea views and is an enjoyable and testing round for golfers of all abilities.Fife for hikers
There are so many beautiful things to see and do in the Kingdom of Fife, and what better way to discover them than on foot. The number one attraction for hikers is the Fife Coastal Path. It runs over 183 km though the widely varied landscapes of the region, linking some of Scotland's most picturesque former fishing villages and the city of St Andrews with its classical university. You will walk by miles of untouched, golden beaches, attractive forests and nature reserves, with history unfolding itself at every turn, from the winding gear of the former coal yards to the atmospheric ruins of mediaeval castles.
The oldest tennis court in Britain is to be found at Falkland Palace in the heart of Fife – it dates back to 1539!
Top 5 travel tips in Fife
This well-preserved mediaeval castle was built in the 1100s and went on to serve generations of three noble families. Explore the terraced gardens, dovecote, walled garden and the local St.Fillan's church. Head for the corner of the orchard for a great angle for photos.2. Stroll Craigtoun Country Park
A great day out for the family! The park features sprawling gardens and a number of attractions; sit on the vintage tractor, take a ride on the miniature railway, explore the Dutch Village and rent a rowing boats available for hire along the adjoining lake.3. Take the kids to Deep Sea World
This popular aquarium features a number of themed zones, each displaying different aspects of aquatic life. The highlight is the UK's longest underwater tunnel and one of the best shark collections in Europe!4. Learn about the region’s great golfing history
The British Golf Museum in St. Andrews explores over 500 years of British golfing history, right in the heart of golfing country. The fascinating collections explore the evolution of the sport from its humble beginnings to the global sport it is today with cutting edge displays, hands on activities and stunning expositions.5. Check out the wonderful St. Andrews
St Andrew’s is one of Scotland’s hidden gems and a must-see for visitors to Fife. It is home to one of the oldest universities in the world and several important historical landmarks such as St Andrew’s Cathedral and St Andrew’s Castle. For drinks, try out the outstanding selection of beers and ales at St Andrew’s Brewing Company. Hungry? Don’t miss the Adamson for fine dining in a beautiful historic setting.