From big-name brands to unique cottages and luxury hotels you’ll find something to suit you in Fife. And wherever you stay, you’ll be sure of a warm welcome. Here we showcase some pretty cool luxury places to stay.
Dundonald Guest House
Nestled in the cobbled causeways in the historic town of Culross, The Dundonald Guesthouse & Cottage has been welcoming guests for 170 years providing luxury and relaxation.
The circa 1850 Coach House Inn offers visitors the slow paced village life of Culross, steeped in history and immersed within galleries, an abbey, castles, a palace, cafes and a local pub.
A family style guesthouse with adjoining cottage where refined interiors and warm hospitality combine to create a beautifully calm and welcoming haven for you to enjoy. The fully restored, elegant three-storey townhouse, presents itself in all its glory. Adorned with period features, the guesthouse offers two king suites with wonderful views over the village rooftops and across the River Forth to the rolling Pentland hills in the distance. A home away from home, the guesthouse has been designed with comfort at its core.
Ainster House, Anstruther
Nestled in the idyllic, historic fishing town of Anstruther, in the heart of the East Neuk, Ainster House is a design-led luxury four bedroom self-catering holiday. Think bleached oak, polished plaster and limestone tiles, complimented with a colour palette inspired by the views and wilderness, the pared-back simplicity of Ainster House creates the perfect backdrop for visitors to enjoy Fife’s stunning coastline in all seasons. Two outdoor terraces provide stunning views over the nearby beach, Dreel river and the harbour.
Bracken Treehouse (near Cupar)
Perched in the treetops, Bracken is a wee sanctuary tucked away neatly inside Airdit Woods, near Cupar. A couplie's retreat, it sleeps two in a comfy bed beneath a stargazing window. The treehouse has been built to allow as much natural light in as possible and despite being in the middle of the forest, it has all modern conveniences. The coolest feature though is the outside bath where you can almost touch the branches whilst you bathe.
The Snug at Logie Farm, Near Newburgh
Situated on one of the most scenic routes in Fife, The Snug at Logie Farm comprises two award-winning, luxury “Armadilla” Snugs (micro lodges) complete with hot tubs, fire pits and breathtaking views of the River Tay. The Snug is nestled privately on the meadow grass hillside at Logie Farm and offers an enchanting five-star stay.
Guests can expect a unique “get away from it all” experience on the land known locally as “the Gold Coast of Fife”. With an elevated view of the tidal changes in the River Tay by day and dancing northern lights by night, this hilltop rural retreat provides the ultimate staycation break. Each Snug sleeps two people (and an infant on request) and has its own private decking with hot tub, private parking, firepit/ bbq, wifi and many other luxurious and innovative features.
Lindores Lodges, Near Newburgh
If you want to excape the stresses of life and enjoy an ultimae luxury break in the country, look no further than Lindores Lodges, near Newburgh in the North of Fife. Set on a farm, there are four lodges to choose from, sleeping from 2 up to 8 people. All the lodges have been tastefully decorated offering stunning and contemporary interiors, but with quirky country twists. And to top it all, the views are breathtaking.
Andrean Links, St Andrews
Andrean Links offers two luxurious self-catering properties in St Andrews with a third opening in April 2023.
Andrean House offers luxury exclusive use accommodation in a fully renovated luxurious three-storey townhouse, located 250 yards from the Old Course 1st tee and 5 minutes walk from all the shops, bars and restaurants of St Andrews.
The Arran invites you to sit back and relax during your visit to St Andrews. Whether you stay in one of the luxurious rooms or suites you can be sure to experience extra comfort and that special touch during your visit.