Award-winning St Monans Holiday Park is situated on the outskirts of the ancient fishing village of St Monans and is the ideal base for enjoying a walking holiday and exploring the beautiful East Neuk.
Why not stay in the Signature holiday home with sea views and decking, available for short breaks and longer stays?
The Fife Coastal Path passes to the front of the holiday park and affords superb views across the Firth of Forth towards Bass Rock and the East Lothian coastline. The beautiful Isle of May National Nature Reserve is a dominant feature on the horizon and is teeming with wildlife. This must-see island is a spectacular boat trip away from the bustling seaside town of neighbouring Anstruther.
addressSt Monans Park
contact detailsTel: 01333 730 778
St Monans has welcomed the rich and famous and is home to an impressive 1st century church which recently provided the backdrop to the filming of The Railway Man starring Academy award-winners Colin Firth and Nicole Kidman. It's well worth a visit as is St Monans' recently restored windmill which was used to pump the salt water into saltpans for drying.
The Signature holiday home St Monans Holiday Park boasts stunning sea views and decking. It has two bedrooms, sleeps up to six and overlooks the Fife Coastal Path providing the perfect base for a care-free self-catering break.
The well-equipped kitchen is open plan to the spacious living area and comes complete with a dining table, gas fire and flatscreen Freeview TV. The master bedroom has an ensuite wc and there is a separate shower room with wc. The twin bedroom is ideal for children or guests and, if you have extended family or friends, the lounge seating converts to a double fold-out bed. The Signature has the added luxury of double glazing and gas central heating - perfect for spring or autumn holidays.
Linen, duvets, duvet covers and pillows are all provided (except for cots). For a small charge, you can hire double and single towel packs to save on your packing.
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The Welly Boot Garden was started by Win Brown, a local teacher and amateur gardener who decided to put her grandchildren’s outgrown wellington boots to good use, and brighten up the slipway at the same time. Old boots came from her students, too, as well as others looking to cl...
Enjoy a short walk from either St Monans (0.75 miles) or Pittenweem (1.5 miles) along the Fife Coastal Path to visit this late eighteenth century windmill and nearby saltpans. The restored windmill is the last remaining windmill in Fife with great views across the Firth of Forth. Pack a ...