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The Boathouse

The Boathouse

Luxury Accomodation The apartment is available for short breaks and longer holidays. Sleeps 6/7 in 3 bedrooms. Harbour-side, conservation area location with spectacular views across the yachts and fishing boats. This is an exceptional location for a holiday.

location Anstruther
Tel: 01333 310 539
Web: http://at-the-shore.co.uk/
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The Boathouse on the shore at Anstruther is a gastro pub serving fabulous food, wonderful wines and classic beers alongside great teas, coffees and cakes. We also offer luxury accommodation in a stunning location.

Luxury Accomodation The apartment is available for short breaks and longer holidays. Sleeps 6/7 in 3 bedrooms. Harbour-side, conservation area location with spectacular views across the yachts and fishing boats. This is an exceptional location for a holiday.

Our Food Philosophy: Fresh, Local, Prepared in our Kitchen. Our aim is to offer great food that has been locally sourced and freshly prepared in the kitchen. We don't buy frozen chips or sauces - these are prepared from scratch by our chefs. Our fish, meat and vegetables are all from local suppliers and our fish is from local waters wherever possible. Our Wine Philosophy: Consistent, affordable, good quality We take great care to ensure that we keep good stocks of our main house reds and whites, ensuring that a consistent range of wine is always available. We also endeavour to provide a varying selection of interesting, good-value visiting wine Our Beer Phlos...Phlosho.... Philosophy: Variety, Quality, Authenticity Well, yes we do have a beer phloshofy. Based on a great affection for great beers. We aim to offer a wide variety of international bottled beers; a consistent set of good quality keg beers; and a changing range of classic casks.

In our cask selection we give a good place to local and regional craft ales. AND DON'T FORGET CIDERS!! We have a range of apple, pear and other fruit ciders. Blackthorn on draft and bottles of Magners, Mixed Fruit, Strawberry, Pear .... come in and enjoy. 

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Rooms

We are pleased to offer a choice of three rooms at The Boathouse.  
 

  • Harbour View Suite:  Luxury accommodation with a large bedroom, en-suite facilities with contemporary bath.  The separate comfortable sitting room has exceptional views over the harbour.

 

  • Craw's Nest Deluxe Double: Enjoy great harbour views and en-suite facilities with shower.  A bright and spacious room.

 

  • The Robert Louis Stevenson Suite:  This studio room offers flexible double and single bed accommodation for 2 or 3 people or for a family of up to 4.  In addition to the studio room and large shower room/toilet, those in this room have the use of a comfortable sitting room to the front of the property with views across the harbour.
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We are pleased to offer a choice of three rooms at The Boathouse.  
 

  • Harbour View Suite:  Luxury accommodation with a large bedroom, en-suite facilities with contemporary bath.  The separate comfortable sitting room has exceptional views over the harbour.

 

  • Craw's Nest Deluxe Double: Enjoy great harbour views and en-suite facilities with shower.  A bright and spacious room.

 

  • The Robert Louis Stevenson Suite:  This studio room offers flexible double and single bed accommodation for 2 or 3 people or for a family of up to 4.  In addition to the studio room and large shower room/toilet, those in this room have the use of a comfortable sitting room to the front of the property with views across the harbour.
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Things to do in Anstruther

A selection of things to do in and around Anstruther

Scottish Fisheries Museum

Scottish Fisheries Museum

Situated in a wonderful set of historic buildings on the harbour of Anstruther, this nationally important collection documents Scotland's fishing heritage.

Dreel Meadow

Dreel Meadow

A small site, but a nice burn side stroll and/or wildlife spotting site. Dreel Meadow is principally a wet grassland habitat bordering Dreel Burn.

The Cellar

The Cellar

For more than 40 years, The Cellar has been a leading restaurant in the East Neuk. It re-opened its doors in April 2014 under the ownership of chef Billy Boyter and his family.

St Andrews Farmhouse Cheese Company

St Andrews Farmhouse Cheese Company

Visitors can watch cheese being made from the Viewing Gallery, and enjoy coffee, home-baking, and freshly prepared meals in the Coffee shop overlooking the Firth of Forth.

Ship Tavern

Ship Tavern

Public house on the harbour front of Anstruther, serving real ale, wines, spirits and home cooking.  

Anstruther Fish Bar & Restaurant

Anstruther Fish Bar & Restaurant

Award-winning fish and chips and fresh local seafood have always been synonymous with Anstruther – and the ‘famous’ Anstruther Fish Bar.

Anstruther Pleasure Cruises

Anstruther Pleasure Cruises

The May Princess sails from Anstruther to the beautiful Isle of May almost every day from 1st April to 30th September. Licensed by the Maritime Coastguard Agency to carry 100 passengers, she has been operating on this run for the last fifteen years. 

Isle of May National Nature Reserve

Isle of May National Nature Reserve

The Isle of May National Nature Reserve (NNR) lies on the east coast of Scotland, in the entrance of the Firth of Forth. For its small size it has a tremendous variety of wildlife and is renowned for its rich bird life, seals and reefs.

Anstruther Billowness Beach

Anstruther Billowness Beach

Billowness is the ideal destination for nature enthusiasts, walkers or those who just want to relax.

Anstruther Golf Course

Anstruther Golf Course

Anstruther Golf Club was founded in 1890 and has seen many changes over the years. The initial layout comprised 7 holes with trenches through the middle of the course and poles scattered over the greens to stop gliders landing during the war. In more peaceful times the course was extended to an exce...

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