It is a pleasure to have you as our guests. We will do our best to make your stay an enjoyable and relaxing one, in the beautiful town of Ansruther.
address7 Shore Street
contact detailsTel: 01333 311 123
The Murray Library Hostel welcomes the visitors to Anstruther, at the heart of Fife’s East Neuk region, the perfect starting point to discover the fishing villages and a breathtaking coastal scenery. The library has now been successfully converted into a cosy top notch backpacker hostel with comfortable beds, a fully equipped kitchen and large communal areas to share your tales of adventures halfway along the brilliantly varied coastal path.
Your haven of quiet.
Spacious, light and stylish.
Cosy dorms, 4 to 6 beds.
Anstruther and the Murray Library Hostel are located in the Kingdom of Fife about an hour and half drive from Edinburgh and only 10 minutes from St Andrews. Remember, you can always call us should you get lost and need some more directions 01333 311 123
By public Transport
There are direct bus connections from Edinburgh
You can also alternatively aim for a change in St Andrews. To plan your trip, check travelinescotland for up to date travel information.
You can also reach Anstruther from North Berwick with seafari which can actually save you some time and give you a taste of adventure.
You would basically follow the A90, then A92 and A915 following the road sign to Anstruther/East Neuk.
By public Transport
There are 2 bus services X60 (about 20 minutes ride) and 95 (about 40 minutes ride)
Driving south on the B9131, 18 minutes drive.
Situated in a wonderful set of historic buildings on the harbour of Anstruther, this nationally important collection documents Scotland's fishing heritage. To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the museum and Year of Coast and Waters 2020, the Sea Change Exhibition is now available o...
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