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Stunning views of the Firth of Forth feature at this 4-star, family-run hotel. The room we got is huge, much bigger than expected. The breakfast was also excellent. All in all, the hotel more than exceeded our expectations, and for a very decent price.
Set on the beachfront in Anstruther and boasting a bar, The Royal Hotel has free WiFi throughout the property. All guest rooms in the hotel are fitted with a kettle. We felt very comfortable as soon as we arrived the staff were really attentive and kind.
Just a few steps from Anstruther’s harbor and marina, with views of the Firth of Forth, The Waterfront offers 4-star accommodations with breakfast included and free Wi-Fi. The staff was so friendly and lovely ! Love the room and the king size bed :) The location is also all you may want when you’re a seaside lover The restaurant is really good too we had dinner and breakfast there ... you must taste the salmon ;) Thanks for all folks , it was so short but perfect
Set in Cellardyke, B&B at 37 features sea views. The property has a garden and a terrace, as well as a shared lounge with a flat-screen TV. Free WiFi is provided. The location was stunning; overlooking the ocean in Anstruther and quick walk to the nearby harbor. The best thing was the host; so informative, welcoming, and really fun to talk to her and her husband. I also liked that it was intimate; only one other couple staying there when my husband and I visited.
Set in Anstruther, 2297 feet from Billow Ness Beach, The Spindrift Guest House offers accommodations with a bar, free private parking, a shared lounge and a garden. Very nice friendly home from home. I wish I’d remembered to sign the guest book!! :-(
Murray Library Hostel is located on the beachfront in Anstruther, a few steps from Billow Ness Beach. The room was more than a standard double and had a delightful view of the harbor. There were blackout curtains to ensure a good night’s sleep. They even provided binoculars for a better view. Since it was a former library, our room came with a selection of books. It is a hostel, so toilets and showers were across the hall. They were spotlessly clean and we had our own designated toilet and shower facility for our room. There is a small sink in your room. There is a lovely large and sunny common room downstairs. There is access to a kettle and refrigerator. They provide each room with their own set of dishes and tea, coffee making supplies.
The Dreel Loft is located in Anstruther, 197 feet from Billow Ness Beach, in an area where hiking can be enjoyed. Featuring river and sea views, this apartment also provides guests with free WiFi. Perfect location in a beautifully decorated and furnished home... Would highly recommend *****
We were there at the end of a record-breaking weekend for heat and sunshine. We had a reservation at a local restaurant, which had to close at short notice due to Covid. We were welcomed at the Boat House, which itself was short staffed and running short of food after such a high-demand weekend - but they fed us well and made us comfortable! Lovely wander along the harbour and pier to the old lighthouse - very peaceful at the end of a day.
Best chippy. Really friendly people. Lovely harbour and can go on boat trips. Not too expensive. Recommend the trip to Isle of May. Absolutely beautiful and lots of seabirds to see as well as seals Sometimes parking a bit tight but such a lovely wee town
A lovely coastal fishing town. Has great beaches, lovely walks and some great restaurants. It has upmarket restaurant like The Cellar down to some great fish & chip shops. Our favourite is the Wee Chippy. Some great coastal walks. Tip - walk one way and get the bus back!
I loved Anstruther. It is a quaint seaside town with enough things to do for a weekend. The people were so welcoming and helpful. There are a variety of restaurants and outdoor seating along the harbor promenade. Try the artisan bakery next to the hostel. It is delicious and very inexpensive. We went swimming in the protected beach area. The water was clean and calm because it was walled off from the North Sea. Definitely make arrangements to take the boat tour to the Isle of May that is definitely a great time. Everyone loved it. The May Princess was full up until August, but I was able to book the day before for the faster boat. That was really exciting. You WILL get wet, but they provide you with rain gear. Be sure to have a secure bag for your electronics. It is in walking distance to Crail and St. Monan’s and driving distance to St. Andrew’s. We found St. Andrews to be stuffy and expensive. I would definitely stay in Anstruther and drive into St. Andrews for the day.
Fish and chips .. FANTASTIC Great coastal walking/outdoor swimming. Good choice of places to eat … (you may wish to book … it can be busy) I’d recommend The Bank Bar and The Boatyard .. tasty food, helpful, friendly staff.
Lovely old fashioned seaside town. Have been visiting it many times over the years. Always come home feeling refreshed. Nice walks,harbour,beach,and shops. It is very handy for other villages in the area and castles. Good selection of eating places, friendly people.
The staff was so friendly and lovely ! Love the room and the king size bed :) The location is also all you may want when you’re a seaside lover The restaurant is really good too we had dinner and breakfast there ... you must taste the salmon ;) Thanks for all folks , it was so short but perfect
The room we got is huge, much bigger than expected. The breakfast was also excellent. All in all, the hotel more than exceeded our expectations, and for a very decent price.
Perfect location in a beautifully decorated and furnished home... Would highly recommend *****
Very nice friendly home from home. I wish I’d remembered to sign the guest book!! :-(
Loved the house and the cabin at the back and the outdoor area.