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Holmlea is a cosy, sandstone cottage c. 1840, nestled in a quiet, pretty little road in the friendly village of Freuchie. With light, spacious, high-ceilinged rooms, Holmlea has an arty, vintage style, and is a welcoming, comfortable and relaxing space. There is free parking in the road opposite the cottage, and a large, free car park (25m away). Most of our guests tell us they feel instantly at home on arrival, and many don't want to leave!
There is a spacious bedroom with a comfortable king-size bed and plenty of storage, and there is also a comfortable king-size sofa bed in the living room. There is a fully equipped kitchen, and the bathroom has a bath and a good shower. There is a small dining table for two, plus lap trays. There is no private garden, but enough space to sit outside at the back and side of the cottage. There is good WI-FI and a smart TV and suitable work spaces. There is an attractive Jotul wood burning stove and full CH throughout. We are pet-friendly, and while not enabled for younger children, older children are welcome. The property is self-contained and private for guests. It is all on one floor, although there is one step up at the front and two steps up at the back. The entrance is well lit.
Freuchie is a very friendly community, and there are handy shops, bars and a restaurant within five minutes walk, as well as the petrol station and large shop with a Costa and Subway just outside the village. There are also pop up fish and frites vans and wood-fired pizzas some evenings a few yards away. It is a beautiful area, with sandy beaches, pretty harbours, historic buildings to visit and country and hillside walks - you will see the Lomond Hills from the end of the road, which is accessible by foot or car and has panoramic views of Fife. St Andrews is 30 minutes drive away, and Edinburgh city centre just an hour away. We have fantastic reviews on Airbnb, and you can book there or on the VRBO platform, or direct to our e-mail address, or via our pages on Facebook and Instagram.
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