The Rings sets a new standard in holiday accommodation for people with disabilities and their families. Holiday caravans and wilderness camping with comforts also available.
contact detailsTel: 01334828243
Commended for Innovation in the Saltire architectural awards.
"The Rings sets a new standard in holiday accommodation for people with disabilities and their families. (The clients pioneering spirit and tenacity achieved planning consent in a rural setting and provided flexibility of letting options for families and groups.) The development is innovative, well designed and ahead of its time"
We offer self catering accommodation for up to 16 guests in very flexible accommodation either as a whole or in self contained apartments.
Holiday caravans and wilderness camping with comforts also available.
Cupar 4 miles,
St Andrews 20min
Dundee 30 min
Directions will be sent on confirmation of a booking, when we know what direction guests are coming from.
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