Enjoy a slower pace of life in this cosy and stylish cottage in historic Culross near Dunfermline.
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 2 nights
Tucked away down a cobbled back street in the pretty Scottish town of Culross, steeped in history and home to galleries, cafes and restaurants, The Cottage makes the perfect retreat for those wishing to enjoy all this lovely area offers. Dating back to the 1600s, this pretty, traditional homestead has been lovingly renovated and transformed into a modern, stylish property which has retained its charm and character.
The owners have brought together the best of British and Scandinavian style. The living room is home to a sleek Ercol-style sofa, while a large comfy armchair invites guests to sink in and warm toes by the cosy fireplace. Large windows with deep sills allow natural light to pour into the room during the daytime while statement lighting creates a warm ambience after dark.
Guests will love getting cosy after long days exploring and enjoying delicious suppers together in the lovely kitchen and dining area. The kitchen is farmhouse modern with all the conveniences visitors might need for creating memory-making meals. A pendant light is suspended above the wooden dining table which has Scandinavian design chairs, making it a great spot to socialise with a glass of wine, play cards, or plan the day ahead.
When bed time beckons, there are two kingsized bedrooms to chose from. The larger of the two has a delightful en-suite bathroom and a separate bathroom services the other bedroom. Beds are dressed in crisp linens and cosy duvets with warm greys contrasting with bright whites, while soft furnishings and lamps add a splash of colour. Draw straws for the West-facing room which boasts views of magnificent sunsets. Alternatively, head out to the west-facing terrace to enjoy afternoon sun or a morning coffee.
There is plenty to keep visitors busy in Culross including the Ochre-coloured palace. Its tiny rooms, connecting passageways and painted ceilings make for a fascinating visit. The palace organic garden shop is a great place to purchase homegrown seasonal herbs, fruit and vegetables but for guests looking to eat out there are plenty of good options too. Enjoy afternoon tea and scones at Bessie Bar Cafe or head to The Red Lion for some great pub food and some Scottish hospitality. Guests may also wish to hop in the car and make a short trip to the vibrant capital city of Edinburgh with its array of fantastic pubs, eateries, and marvellous historic sites
Edinburgh Airport - 22miles
£200 per night for up to 4 Guests
£250 per night for more than 4 Guests
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