Fife

Take a trip and dis­cover what Fife has to of­fer

Scottish Field - - AUTUMN BREAKS -

ANSTRUTHER FISH BAR Anstruther

Tel: 01333 310518 anstruther­fish­bar.co.uk

With numer­ous top awards to their credit, since 2003 the Smith fam­ily en­sure they source only the finest sus­tain­able Scot­tish seafood. Pur­chased daily from the quay­side, all hand-fil­leted and cooked to or­der. No visit to Fife is com­plete with­out sam­pling an award-winning fish sup­per at the fa­mous Anstruther Fish Bar.

FIFE COT­TAGES Through­out Fife Tel: 01334 208330 fife­cot­tages.co.uk

Where bet­ter to visit for your ul­ti­mate golf­ing hol­i­day than the golf­ing par­adise that is North East Fife? Where bet­ter to stay than in one of these fab­u­lous prop­er­ties – from lux­ury two bed apart­ments to be­spoke six bed houses – at Fife Cot­tages there will be some­thing for you.

RUFFLETS

St An­drews Tel: 01334 472594 rufflets.co.uk

On the out­skirts of his­toric St An­drews and only min­utes from the many beaches and golf cour­ses. With its idyl­lic, tran­quil gar­dens, it of­fers the per­fect base for that Au­tumn short break, with ac­com­mo­da­tion op­tions for all the fam­ily (and dogs), as well as fab­u­lous din­ing in Sea­sons Restau­rant.

THE BRI­TISH GOLF MU­SEUM St An­drews

Tel: 01334 460046 british­golf­mu­seum.co.uk

Visit the 5-star mu­seum to see the fa­mous paint­ing of The Golfers by Charles Lees and our ex­hi­bi­tion cel­e­brat­ing 100 years of the Girls Am­a­teur game. The café at the mu­seum of­fers panoramic views of the Old Course and the fa­mous West Sands beach, and a sea­sonal menu with lo­cally sourced pro­duce.

THE WEE RESTAU­RANT North Queens­ferry

Tel: 01383 616263 the­weer­estau­rant.co.uk

The Wee Res­tarant opened in 2006. Own­ers Vikki & Craig Wood’s ethos is to serve sim­ple good food and fine wines in a re­laxed at­mos­phere. Nes­tled un­der the Forth Rail Bridge in the pic­turesque vil­lage of North Queens­ferry, they serve the best sea­sonal pro­duce from Scot­land’s boun­ti­ful larder.

CASH­MERE AT LOCHLEVEN Kin­ross

Tel: 01577 867570 cash­mereat­lochleven.com

Cash­mere at Lochleven – where you will find beau­ti­ful cash­mere knitwear and ac­ces­sories as well as branded cloth­ing, gifts and a cof­fee shop. With new stock ar­riv­ing daily, be sure to look out for new men’s, women’s and chil­dren’s col­lec­tions and stock up for the colder au­tum­nal days to come.

THE INN AT KINGS­BARNS Kings­barns

Tel: 01334 880778 thein­natk­ings­barns.co.uk

The Inn at Kings­barns is lo­cated be­tween the beau­ti­ful fish­ing vil­lages of Anstruther, Pit­ten­weem, Crail and Scot­land’s oldest univer­sity town, St An­drews. Within walk­ing dis­tance of the Inn is our Blue badge beach, Kings­barns Dis­tillery, Ambo House and Kings­barns Golf Course. The sur­round­ing coun­try­side is per­fect for walk­ers and cy­clists.

ABBEYFORD LEISURE ELIE HOL­I­DAY PARK Elie

Tel: 01333 330 283 Email: [email protected] abbeyford.com

Nes­tled be­hind a wide ex­panse of dunes and a sweep­ing sandy beach, multi-award-winning Elie Hol­i­day Park is a true hid­den gem. Lo­cated within easy reach of Fife’s best golf cour­ses re­lax in your very own Cast­away (beach or for­est) hol­i­day home and en­joy fab­u­lous food and drink at the on-park bar, restau­rant and café.

THE FIFE PIL­GRIM WAY

Fife fife­coa­s­tand­coun­tryside­trust.co.uk

The 64-mile Fife Pil­grim Way route opened to the pub­lic on the 5th July, fol­low­ing ex­ten­sive de­vel­op­ment and up­grad­ing over the last five years. The trail is the first new long-dis­tance route to open in the King­dom since the Fife Coastal Path in 2002.

The route be­gins at ei­ther Cul­ross or North Queens­ferry, cross­ing through the heart of Fife to St An­drews tak­ing in a host of Scot­tish trea­sures in­clud­ing medieval land­marks, pic­turesque vil­lages and stun­ning in­land views of the Perthshire, Forth and Tay Es­tu­ar­ies and the Lomond Hills. The trail fol­lows one of the routes taken by count­less pil­grims to Scot­land’s sa­cred city, St An­drews – one of the most renowned pil­grim des­ti­na­tions in Medieval Eu­rope for over 400 years.

For lovers of the great out­doors no visit to ‘Fife – the Out­door King­dom’ is com­plete with­out a visit to one of the many sites man­aged by Fife Coast and Coun­try­side Trust. The en­vi­ron­men­tal char­ity is re­spon­si­ble for the man­age­ment of sites in­clud­ing the fa­mous Fife Coastal Path, 14 award-winning beaches, 3 lo­cal na­ture re­serves and the Lomond Hills Re­gional Park.

To find out more about the Fife Pil­grim Way visit the web­site above.

FAIR­MONT ST AN­DREWS St An­drews

Tel: 01334 837000 stan­drews­bay.com

Set on 520 acres of beau­ti­ful Scot­tish coun­try­side, Fair­mont St An­drews en­com­passes the finest in lo­cal cul­ture with lux­ury and el­e­gance.

Two links-level golf cour­ses, a tran­quil spa and fit­ness suite, di­verse din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence op­tions, and ac­tiv­i­ties for the whole fam­ily make it the pre­mier des­ti­na­tion for your sum­mer hol­i­day.

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