About this listing
A charming listed 1800 stone-built traditional house in the centre of the coastal village of Crail. The house comprises: 4 Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, powder room, dining kitchen , sitting room, dining room and a beautiful secluded garden.
Our home is located in the heart of Crail, steps away from shops and pubs and the historic harbour. If you are a golfer, the Old Course, Kingsbarns and other golf courses, including The Duke’s, are all within a short drive (5-15min). There are numerous award winning beaches within walking distance or a short drive away (10-15min) also.
The accomodation is on 3 floors and comprises: 2 spacious double bedrooms with kingsize beds which share a bathroom with jacuzzi bath. One of the double bedroom could also be set up as a twin bedroom. 2 further single bedrooms share the second bathroom. A dining room, sitting room, a dining kitchen overlooking the secluded garden, and a powder room on the ground floor. There is also an attic room which can be used as office or potentially as another single/double bedroom.
Guests will have access to the walled garden where you can relax, and enjoy beautiful sunny days
Interaction with guests
We won't be there while you are ! Our lovely contact person will be in touch to make sure everything is smooth for you.
Other things to note
Crail is on the route of the scenic Fife coastal path. You can get onto the coastal path from our home by crossing the road and walk along a few hundreds meters.
No smoking and no pets
Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a 50% refund. Cancel within 7 days of your trip and the reservation is non-refundable.
Hi my name is Nicoletta, I am a marine biologist and a yoga teacher. I grew up in Milan and then left Italy after graduating to follow my different posts in the marine biology world. I now live in Scotland with my husband and 2 children who all love Stromboli as much as I do!
I have been going to Stromboli to spend long summer holidays since I was a little girl when there was no electricity and only very few connections to/from the mainland, and therefore very few tourists. The Island has changed a lot from those days with the arrival of electricity in the late seventies, and the jetty for the ferry to dock. Stromboli’s beauty has not changed, though, and neither has the incredible sense of peace and freedom that it gives you when you are there. Everybody knows everyone else and children can enjoy a freedom that is rare to find anywhere else.
I am very fond of this small Island and of our home there and I hope that you will fall in love with the place too!