Treat yourself to B&B in style – more of a ‘homestay’ – in a welcoming historic family home near St Andrews.
Lose yourself in a glorious Victorian four poster bed. You’ll be spoilt for choice – each room is spectacularly different, with bathrooms to match!
The Blue Room and Yellow Room are on the first floor of the main house. The Clock Tower is situated in the tower of the Gardener’s Wing. Below this is the Garden and the Orchard Apartment.
Enjoy a wonderful freshly cooked breakfast of local produce and home-made preserves at the largest dining table in Fife.
The family guest rooms are on the first floor in the main part of the house off the magnificent staircase.
The Blue Room with its lovely four poster bed, magnificent furnishings and large luxurious private bathroom (bath and shower) looks over the lawn and woodland at the back corner of the house and enjoys the morning sun as it faces east. Bath robes are provided.
The Yellow Room, overlooking the parkland, has a delightful four poster bed with elegant period furniture. The unique feature of this room is the roll top bath situated within the room itself.
The Clock Tower, located above our Garden and Orchard Apartment, has a lovely Victorian tester bed and a large luxurious en-suite bathroom with a bath and a shower.
Home to the Greig family (Cambo’s Head Gardeners, father and son) from 1912 to 2000, the Gardeners Wing now provides two delightful suites, each sleeping two. The Garden Suite consists of a double bedded room with ensuite shower room and the Orchard Suite is designed for two people and consists of a twin bedded room with ensuite shower room and a sitting room with galley kitchen.
There is also a sitting room on the ground floor for guests’ use.
Breakfast is taken in the dining room on the first floor.
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