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House on the Harbour

This exceptional and beautifully renovated 160 year old harbour-side house provides a spacious and comfortable living space. Two large lounges, with a dining room opening onto a sheltered private patio and small sunny garden. Two king-sized bedrooms, a comfortable twin bedroom and bed settee provide flexible accommodation. If you need even more space we have the apartment upstairs (Penthouse on the Harbour) for rent too. (5% discount if you book both properties).

Sleeps 6 comfortably - can accommodate 8 maximum with use of sofabed (which is chargeable). Parking. Garden. WiFi
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House on the Harbour

House on the Harbour

Fife
6
Sleeps
2
Bathrooms
3
Bedrooms
No Pets

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Pittenweem is the only working harbour in the East Neuk of Fife and is located on the Fife Coastal path and boasts scenic views over the Firth of Forth. Pack up any worries you have and relax in this peaceful retreat where you can enjoy the sea air. House on the Harbour is a beautifully refurbished fisherman’s house within yards of the only working harbour in the East Neuk of Fife. Watch the boats bringing in their haul of prawns and lobsters, observe the fishermen repairing their nets and experience that special south-facing sparkle of the sun on the waters – all from the comforts of the lounge. Alternatively, sit out the back in the sunny terraced garden with a cup of tea and cast a glance over the Firth of Forth to the Bass Rock.

House on the Harbour opens into a comfortable and spacious sitting room with a feature glass panelled staircase leading to the upstairs living space where the sitting room, kitchen, dining room and patio flow from one to the other. The modern kitchen is well equipped, and the dining room comfortably seats 8 people. The French doors in the dining room lead onto the patio – perfect for outside entertaining with its large table. The upstairs sitting room features a beautiful exposed stone wall and stunning fireplace, and is flooded with light from the three windows.


Two large bedrooms have super kingsize zip-and-link beds, which together with the twin bedroom provide spacious and flexible sleeping accommodation for 6 people. The master kingsize is upstairs, with another kingsize and twin on the ground floor. The double bed settee in the downstairs sitting room provides additional options for another 2 people maximum (please note use of the sofabed incurs an additional fee). The downstairs bathroom has a bath and power shower, and the upstairs has a luxurious walk in shower room

Original art features throughout the house, with paintings by David Henderson, and a specially commissioned glass panel of Pittenweem life by Kenny Drew.

The double garage provides off-road parking and plenty of space for golf clubs, bicycles, kayaks etc.

*Please note that this area/property is better suited to having the use of a car.

Accessibility

Access to the downstairs of the house is through the front door with 14 stairs to upstairs. The back door and French windows provide access to the upstairs of the house via a sloping lane.
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Key Facilities

Family FriendlyParking - Free on-siteInternet / WiFiGardenGardenCoastalUrban

Key Essentials

Family Friendly Parking - Free on-site Internet / WiFi Garden Coastal Urban

Inside

Television Coffee machine Blender Food processor Mixer / Whisk Weighing scales Washing machine Tumble Dryer Dishwasher Cooker / Hob Oven Fridge / Freezer Hairdryer Iron & ironing board Travel Cot High Chair Sports equipment storage Bike storage Drying rail

Outside

Garden Furniture Garden - private

Tech

DVD player

Accessibility

Ground Floor Bath / Shower Room Ground Floor Bedroom

Nearby

Golf Kayaking / Paddlesports Museum / Gallery Pub / Restaurant Shops

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Location

Area: Pittenweem has the only working harbour in the East Neuk of Fife. House on the Harbour is steeped in fishing history, and even now you can buy fish and seafood on your doorstep. Watch the seals in the harbour with an ice cream. Take a short walk along the beach and you may be lucky enough to see dolphins and porpoise – or even a whale. Or enjoy a boat trip to the Isle of May (National Nature Reserve) – or even North Berwick across the water in East Lothian.

House on the Harbour is right on the Fife Coastal Path, and it’s a gentle 40 minute walk to Anstruther to the east, or St Monans to the west. The annual Pittenweem Arts Festival (August) has drawn a community of artists and craftspeople to this historic village, with galleries and open studies. The sleepy high street has welcoming cafes, and there are two village pubs. Anstruther, Elie and St Monans also provide a wide range of restaurants, pubs and cafes.

For golfers, Fife is the home of golf, with Anstruther course five minutes away, and another 45 courses a short drive – including the famous Old Course at St Andrews.
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