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Charlestown Cottage



12 North Row



KY11 3EL






Lying on the north shore of the Firth of Forth, the popular coastal conservation villages of Charlestown and Limekilns provide visitors with incredible history and captivating outdoors experiences.

Perfectly located to give you easy access to The Fife Coastal Path, for 117 miles, the route offers an unrivalled walking experience. fifecoastandcountrysidetrust.co.uk Your cottage lies in the heart of the planned (1756) model village of Charlestown, 60 feet above the harbour. The village cottages were arranged in rows and were built primarily for the workers of Lord Elgin. The community benefitted from a school, granary, blacksmith village hall, laundry bakery, dairy, inn, sawmill and village green. There was also an extensive rail network used for passengers and goods, a brickworks and an iron foundry. A brief introduction to the history and heritage of Lord Elgin broomhallhouse.com Walk, bike or just amble this enchanted area from your doorstep, straight onto the many coastal and inland pathways, which include the Charlestown Harbour, disused Elgin railway and the Broomhall Estate. There are many options for routes of different lengths where you can evidence the history and marvel the quaint ambience. Stop for a snack, coffee or hearty meal at one of the 5 popular pub/cafe/restaurants, all a short distance from the cottage. Travelling only a little further afield and for those charmed by our Scots TV dramas, you can easily visit our Outlander film settings at Culross, Blackness Castle, Midhope Castle, Hopetoun House, Linlithgow Palace, Aberdour Castle and Falkland village - some of these locations can be seen from the shore!! static.visitscotland.com/pdf/outlander-film-locations.pdf Let's not forget the ancient Scottish Royal Burgh of Dunfermline. Lying a couple of miles north of Charlestown, you will find the medieval Benedictine Dunfermline Abbey, where Robert the Bruce is buried alongside many other notable Scots. Rooms Immaculate listed 1 bedroom cottage (sleeps 2 - King) All ground level accommodation. Living area with fireplace, full kitchen and superb bedroom with high quality linens. Full bathroom with shower and beautiful garden grounds with outdoor seating. An eclectic update retaining the original feel of a conservation harbour village home. Amenities We built our 'fine details' reputation in Edinburgh and the amenities at Charlestown is equally impressive and are as follows:- BT TV plus BT Superfast Broadband Hive Heating Washing Machine - Dryer - Dishwasher - Microwave - Toaster - Tassimo - Hair Dryer - Iron/ing Board - All linens/Towels - Garden dining table - Parking This cottage is fully compliant with holiday let legislation and provides gas, electrical and fire/heat/carbon monoxide alarm safety certifications.


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