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Hamnavoe Cottage, Lucklawhill, nr St. Andrews, Fife

Lucklawhill (near St. Andrews), Fife

Located on a hilltop in the peaceful hamlet of Lucklawhill, not far from the village of Balmullo and just 7 miles from the popular town of St. Andrews, the gorgeous Hamnavoe Cottage in Fife is the perfect place for a rural Scottish getaway, offering unspoilt views without sacrificing easy access to some of Scotland's best cities and towns.

4 Guests,

1 Double,

2 Singles,

1 Bath

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Important information

Quality linen and towels are provided.

Ample parking is provided.

Amenities

Child Friendly

Parking

Close to the Beach

Golf

2 Bedrooms

Sleeps 4

WiFi Internet

Our happy customers

Chris (TripAdvisor)

Lovely peaceful holiday in beautiful well equipped cottage. Countryside and coastline delightful. Would most definitely recommend.

Keith (TripAdvisor)

The layout and the furnishing in every room show that a great deal of thought and care have gone into this beautiful cottage. I would thoroughly recommend this exceptional cottage to everyone.

James (TripAdvisor)

We had a lovely, comfortable stay at the cottage. It is the perfect place to unwind with beautiful views over the bay from the cottage, nice walks on the doorstep and St Andrews a short distance away.

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Our happy customers

Chris (TripAdvisor)

Lovely peaceful holiday in beautiful well equipped cottage. Countryside and coastline delightful. Would most definitely recommend.

Keith (TripAdvisor)

The layout and the furnishing in every room show that a great deal of thought and care have gone into this beautiful cottage. I would thoroughly recommend this exceptional cottage to everyone.

James (TripAdvisor)

We had a lovely, comfortable stay at the cottage. It is the perfect place to unwind with beautiful views over the bay from the cottage, nice walks on the doorstep and St Andrews a short distance away.

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Golf

Known as the "Home of Golf", the town of St Andrews is a must-visit for anyone who enjoys the game. Not only does it play host to the Royal and Ancient Golf Club, the oldest golf club in the world, but there are a whole range of courses in the area that any enthusiast won't want to miss.

St Andrews Cathedral

The ruins of this 12th century Roman Catholic cathedral still make for an imposing sight, looming over its seafront surroundings. With a rich history and striking architecture, it's certainly worth paying a visit - don't miss the chance to climb the 33m tall St Rule's Tower for some incredible views of the area, too.

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