The Nethergate is an unusual period building set in a quiet conservation area. Originally an old manse, it has been renovated to a high standard, but retains characterful elements and is deceptively spacious.
The property is on two levels, and laid out in an L-shape. On the lower level, there is a modern fitted kitchen with iroko worktops and modern appliances (including dishwasher and washing machine). There's a large family bathroom, a large, bright and spacious lounge and a separate dining room. On the upper level there are two bedrooms - one with a double and one setup as a twin with a pull out third single bed - and a modern toilet and shower room.
The property also has full central heating, wifi broadband, private parking for two cars including electric car charging facilities, and a small garden with table and chairs.
Character meets Luxury...
The house, built sometime around 1750, is B-listed and has lots of quirky features, such as deeply inset windows and thick stone walls. Despite its age, we've worked hard to make the house cosy and warm, with full gas central heating and modern insulation, so you won't be shivering.
Not only is the property conveniently located for the beach (which is less than a minute's walk), it's also a short walk from the train station, with central Edinburgh only 30 minutes away. If you prefer to drive, the property is the ideal hub for day-trips to St. Andrews, Perth, Dunfermline or further afield.
We've tried to make your stay as enjoyable as we possibly can, including luxury bedding, well equipped kitchen with modern fridge freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, microwave and Nespresso machine. We also have fast, reliable wifi, Freesat TV and DVD plus a good selection of toys for the kids.
A friendly welcome...
We do our best to make our guests welcome, so you'll find a complimentary basket of essentials on your arrival, and we're happy to listen to any special requests you might have. We're also located nearby, should you need to get hold of us for any reason.
We are proud to be pet friendly (but please let us know if you want to bring anything unusual or if you have a puppy, as we might need to do a bit more preparation for your arrival.
Happy To Help...
We're always happy to give you details of what's on or nearby to Kinghorn, suggest exciting day trips, places to eat, things to do with the kids. Just ask and we'll see what we can do!
|Address: 32 Nethergate Kinghorn, Fife|
|Zip/Postal Code: KYS9SY|
|Latitude/Longitude: 56.05 / -3.23333|
|Nearest airport||Edinburgh||20 miles|
|Nearest beach||Kinghorn Harbour Beach||100 meters|
|Nearest restaurant||The Ship Inn||200 meters|
|Nearest train station||Kinghorn Station||200 meters|
The historic former Royal Burgh of Kinghorn lies on the Fife coast, just across the River Forth from Edinburgh.
A small village, Kinghorn has two beautiful sandy beaches, and great transport links by car or rail. Handy for Edinburgh or day trips to Dunfermline, Perth, St. Andrews and beyond, or rambles along the beach or the Fife Coastal Path, it's an ideal base for a varied and exciting break.
Edinburgh with its famous castle and many other attractions is a must-see. In August you have the world famous Edinburgh Festival, Fringe and Military Tattoo.
St. Andrews, the home of golf, is great for golfers, as is Gleneagles. However, Kinghorn has a great golf course and over 40 fine courses are close by.
For the kids, there is a good variety of activities and days out within a short drive; get in touch and we will be happy to give some suggestions.
|-||Nightly rate||Weekly rate||Monthly rate||Min. Stay||Change-over|
|Rate summary||£60 - £100||£450 - £700||-||7 Nights||-|
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