Discover a world of events and things to do in Fife.

Theatre

Film

Nature

Comedy

Culture & Heritage

Family

Arts & Crafts

Food and Drink

Music

Sports

Talks and Lectures

View All


Ladywell House and Steading cottage, Falkland, Fife

Fabulous large country house on the edge of the village of Falkland. The house sits in an acre of walled garden and is surrounded by hundreds of acres of farmland.

At the rear of the house is The Steading cottage, a3 bedroomed cottage sleeping 6. Available together with the house to sleep 20, or separately.

address

Ladywell House
Falkland
Falkland
KY15 7DE

contact details

Tel: 01337858414
Web: www.ladywellhousefife.co.uk
contact us by
Average price per night

£1200 - £2500 Per week

star rating
business image
  • about
  • rooms
  • facilities
  • directions
  • enquiries
About

 With 5 public rooms, 6 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms, the home is suitable for up to 12 adults and 2 kids. Within 30 minutes of Perth, St Andrews and  Dundee, and 40 minutes from Edinburgh, it is conveniently located for all of central Scotland. There re 50 golf-courses within 30 miles.

The house is large and spacious. There is a large kitchen/diner, a bright and warm dining conservatory, a huge Drawing Room with open fire, a dining room to seat 12, and a tv room with flatscreen freeview tv. On the first floor are 4 bedrooms with 4 bathrooms, 3 en-suite. On the second floor there are 2 bedrooms and a bathroom.

Rooms
Ladywell House and Steading cottage, Falkland, Fife - Ladywell House - Large Georgian home

Ladywell House - Large Georgian home

The bedrooms are all individual, with Shand Kydd, the master being a large double with King bed, and a large en-suite with walk in shower and roll-top bath.

Palace is a twin room with stunning views and twin beds. It has an en-suite shower room with shower, wc and whb.

Diana is the room decorated for Diana, and is south facing with a yellow theme. It has a king bed and ensuite shower, wc and whb.

Lomond is a large and bright twin room, also south-facing, and has a family bathroom with roll-top bath, wc and whb next to it.

Wills and Harry, the rooms used by the Princes when they stayed with their grandmother, are on the second floor. Both are large and airy, and share a family bathroom with bath, wc and whb.

All rooms are beautifully furnished with antiques or contemporary furnishings, Sealy Posturepedic beds, electric blankets and down duvets and pillows.

Facilities
  • Refrigerator
  • Private car park
  • Private bath and/or shower for some bedrooms
  • Pets Welcome
  • Outdoor area
  • Open fire
  • No Smoking
  • Mobility problems
  • Microwave
  • Lounge
  • Linen
  • Laundry facilities on site
  • Historic building
  • Golf course (nearby)
  • Garden
  • Games room
  • Freezer
  • Family rooms available
  • Ensuite bath and/or shower for some bedrooms
  • DVD player
  • Drying facilities
  • Domestic help
  • Cyclists welcome
  • Credit cards
  • Cots available
  • Childrens area
  • Broadband
  • Bath available
  • Babysitting
  • Short Breaks available
  • Shower
  • Television
  • Towels provide on request - free or for hire
  • TV Lounge
  • Twin/double rooms available
  • Washing machine
  • WiFi
Directions

17099 

Enquiries
  • send

Things to do in Falkland

A selection of things to do in and around Falkland

Pillars of Hercules

Pillars of Hercules

Growing organically since 1983, Pillars of Hercules is a popular vegetarian cafe and farm shop. If you're in the Falkland area it's well worth a visit.

Centre for Stewardship in Falkland

Centre for Stewardship in Falkland

Falkland Estate Trust is a landowner that looks after Falkland Estate with two in-hand farms, a historic designed landscape, historic buildings and the Centre for Stewardship that runs activities and events.

A Bonnie Wee Cake

A Bonnie Wee Cake

Delicious individually designed cakes made to order for any occasion - birthday, wedding, christening, anniversary or 'just because'.

Local Food Works

Local Food Works

Local Food Works is a Climate Challenge Fund project encouraging people to enjoy and buy delicious, locally produced food from our community.

Lomond Hills Regional Park

Lomond Hills Regional Park

The Lomond Hills are Fife's most prominent landmarks and the centre of over 25 square miles of moorland, lochs and farmland.  West Lomond is Fife's highest point at 1713 ft, so worth the climb for the stunning views!

Falkland Palace & Garden

Falkland Palace & Garden

Why not experience a day in the life of the Stuart monarchs at Falkland Palace and a favourite place of Mary, Queen of Scots.

close
Sign up for latest offers and news